News

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 75 - Prices Rise in Five Capital Cities
Posted on 8/01/2019 

Prices rose in five of the eight capital cities in 2018, according to the latest figures from CoreLogic.

Prices rise in five capital cities
Posted on 6/01/2019 

Hobart led price growth in capital city Australia in 2018, with prices up also in Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane and Darwin, according to CoreLogic.

Our 2018 Forecasts Hit The Mark
Posted on 1/01/2019 

Hotspotting founder Terry Ryder got it right when he made his 2018 forecasts a year ago in Money Magazine.

Affordability Up Across The Nation
Posted on 21/12/2018 

Housing affordability has improved in most parts of Australia, according to the latest quarterly report.

Banks Too Cautious, Say Regulators
Posted on 21/12/2018 

The nation's major regulators have advised the banks they have become too cautious in tightening their lending practices.

APRA Scraps Cap On Interest-only Loans
Posted on 19/12/2018 

The APRA cap on interest-only loans will be removed on 1 January, creating greater flexibiiity in the lending market.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 74 - Moderate Forecasts Are Being Ignored
Posted on 18/12/2018 

The biggest mistake a real estate consumer can make is to be a newspaper reader. Investment adviser and author Noel Whittaker says anyone who seeks success in real estate needs to stop reading mainstream media - and I agree.

OECD: Soft Landing Most Likely Outcome
Posted on 17/12/2018 

The latest OECD report says Australia's run of strong economic growth is likely to continue, with big city property markets headed to a "soft landing".

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 73 - Adelaide The Quiet Achiever
Posted on 11/12/2018 

The nation’s 2 biggest data sources have noted the quiet steady performance of the Adelaide market.

Hotspotting Podcast | Episode 72 - Why Brisbane Will Do Better
Posted on 4/12/2018 

Many commentators and forecasters are predicting stronger performance from Brisbane markets – and I tend to agree. To date Brisbane has not fulfilled the expectations some had for it, largely because the city lacked the fundamental drivers that pushed Sydney and Melbourne.