Property


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The Chinese influence in the housing market

31 August 2014 |

chinaAnecdotal reports are increasing that the Chinese are aggressively buying into Australia's property market, which will only intensify what are already great distortions.


China's heavy investment into the Australian property market

03 August 2014 |

ChinaThe Chinese are investing billions into Australia's residential and commercial property markets. An analyst explains why.


Negative gearing increases prices of housing

24 July 2014 |

GearingNegative gearing is distorting house prices, according to a ratings agency. There are also risks in borrowing to buy houses in an SMSF.


Is the RBA right about property?

22 July 2014 |

PropertyThe Reserve Bank is becoming concerned about the property market. Are they correct? And what happens if interest rates rise?


The big city property bias

21 July 2014 |

CityAustralia's economy is heavily skewed to the big cities. But how much of this is dangerously self reinforcing?


Why SMSFs are diving into property

25 June 2014 |

PropertyA survey of SMSFs is showing that mortgage brokers and internet sites are the main sources of information for DIY investors in property.


The pitfalls of buying overseas property

17 June 2014 |

OS HouseIn theory, the collapse of property prices in the US or Europe represents a great buying opportunity for DIY super funds. But that is only the start of the story.


Australian housing heads for the stratosphere

12 June 2014 |

AstroThe IMF ranks Australia third in the world for expensive housing. It is a caution for SMSF investors thinking of including housing in their portfolios.


The global property tidal wave

28 April 2014 |

property tsunamiHigh property prices and low affordability are becoming a global phenomenon. It is another example of the globalisation of investment markets. Super investors should take that into account when making decisions.


An innovative property option

26 March 2014 |

Arthur NaoumidisDomacom is providing DIY super investors with a way to invest in specific properties, yet also diversify. It is an unusual option that may provide a way to achieve improved diversification.


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