Author: jaymee

Through all of the COVID confusion of the last 6 to 8 months, Sydney has been the market that does not seem to have stopped let alone slow down.  Auction numbers and success rates continue to improve on last year and buyer demand is high. ...

South Australia seems to be the ‘Teflon state’.  No matter what you through at it – nothing sticks.  You can take away major industry, lock it down, slow down construction but as Chris Waterman tells Cate Bakos there are always buyers.  But he says that COVID has scared off the...

Cate Bakos from Real Estate Buyers Agents Association (REBAA) catches up with one of her members from Melbourne, Lisa Parker, who lists the areas to watch when ‘things get back to normal’....

Melbourne withdrawals slow Canberra records top clearance Sydney accounts for 60% 0f activity The combined capital city preliminary auction clearance rate improved this week as volumes rose. There were 1,134 homes taken to auction, up from the 1,084 auctions held last week. Of the 878 results collected so far, 72.4%...

Claiming the most back from your investment property is key to your success and long-term investment strategy. However, it is just as important to ensure that you are claiming everything correctly. One of the biggest mistake’s investors make when boosting their property’s cash flow is confusing expenses and capital improvements. This...

Queensland would have to be one of the hottest markets in Australia right now if ‘hot’ is measured by the number of properties that attract multiple offers.  This was meant to be Queensland’s year and despite COVID that might still hold....

The headlines relating to economic conditions are almost always negative because media choose to report the glass-half-empty version.  Commentary is far too generic. Every town and city always experience different conditions....