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Australian Real Estate Trends

Housing affordability creates a number of trends, one of which in the case of Australian real estate is that lot sizes have been decreasing over the last decade. Unsurprisingly, the most expensive state in the country – New South Wales – has the smallest average lot size at just 662 square metres. Tasmania has the largest at 1171 square metres. Simon Turner, Marquette Turner Luxury Homes

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Where Should You Buy in Sydney?

It’s the question asked in good and bad times – where should you buy to make the most of your investment? I promised last week that I’d reveal my best picks in Sydney and I will do my best to make it easy for you to choose a great home, whatever your budget. There are many ways to determine the right property for you and also gain the most in terms of growth or yield, but where do you start?

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Does Property Have You Confused?

I have read all sorts of conflicting articles in the press over the last couple of weeks which must confuse people to no end. Both of the major Sydney Sunday newspapers ran vastly different property headlines begging the question, does anyone know what they are talking about?

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Michael Marquette’s “View from the Bridge”: HOT TIP – Buy, Buy, Buy! (with podcast)

monogram-mini-white Respected “money man” Paul Clitheroe, wrote in the Sunday Telegraph that he believes now is the right time to buy. He cited prices dropping by around $60,000 in good Sydney suburbs, rental increases of up to 17.8%, vacancy rates at 1.2%, the first home owner grant and low interest rates.

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