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We’ve had beautiful sunny weather the last few weeks but the cold conditions will be on their way soon enough. It’s quite common for Sydneysiders to put their search on hold during the cooler months of the year – but is this really the best strategy?
Where to retire is a big question for the baby boomer generation but if you’re in a financially sound position you don’t necessarily have to choose just one location.
House hunters who rely on data reports are likely to get burnt. These reports generally note land size, sale price, number of bedrooms, bathrooms and parking spaces.
With variable interest rates sitting at near all time lows, fixed rates even lower, rents steadily rising, vacancy rates consistently below 2% across the board and in many parts of the inner ring below 1%, the immediate impact of the GFC in the rear view mirror, employment strong and a pretty pre
Sydney and Melbourne are primed for the biggest auction weekend so far this year with more than 2000 properties ready to go under the hammer.
A big mistake that many home buyers make is procrastinating when they’ve found a property that ticks most if not all their needs. They labour too long in making a decision and miss the property that they've been waiting months, sometimes years, to find.
If you’re embarking on a renovation project have you taken the time to work out your risk profile?
Confused? Let me explain. Each property type has a varying level of risk and potential rewards which you as a buyer should be aware of.
It's devastating to see the results of the floods in Queensland and NSW. Particularly for those about to go through the painful process of cleaning up or rebuilding their property, some who are doing it for the second time in two years.
You should never pay a premium for an investment property but if you’re buying a home that you’re going to live in for the next ten to twenty years and it’s a nine or more out of 10 for you then it’s ok to add a little extra to try to secure the property. But there’s a word of warning about fina
We often have people contact us for our thoughts on the latest "hot spots", sometimes just before they jump in with both feet.
First off let me say that there's nothing unusual about wanting to make a profit or achieve above market average growth.
Patrick Bright’s Blog
Thoughts, findings and tips regarding the property market.