Government Policy Government Policy


Check out my Blog in Smart Property Investor Magazine It is an unbiased commentary on NRAS as a strategy.

fantasy and fiction

The below article in my opinion is such nonsense I think it unnecessarily wasted good paper. Melbourne has over 26000 off the plan apartments coming online in the next 12 months. Vacancy rates in Docklands is 22% and Southbank is 12% then I see this nonsense in this article.

interest rates


I read this article which provides some encouraging news for investors. The Reserve Bank of Australia has confirmed the official cash rate is likely to remain at 2.5 per cent “for some time” .

Sorting the Spruikers from the Specialists


My Blog in the Smart Property Investment Publication talks about Property Advice “A more recent phenomenon is that organisations are presenting seminars promoting themselves as being

invest or retire with nothing


A Government works like a business, but unlike a good business, it is running insolvently in Australia and many other countries. It has revenue and expenses but its expenses are greater than its revenue, and it is getting worse. A surplus is when there is more revenue than expenses, a def

property spruikers may be aided by changes in Qld law

dummy-image Real estate agents in Queensland will no longer be required to disclose their commission to buyers or stick to a maximum commission limit under new

Property Observer sunshine coast, hotspot or not


Property observer Property advice I read this article from Matusik in the property observer, I do beg the question how one hospital can really change the face of the area, it is absurd really to think it will. Yet every developer is spruiking it as well. developers tend to over s

busting the myth of property bubble


“all sorts of evidence that makes nonsense of the idea that real estate markets are grinding to a halt, in Sydney and elsewhere. There is, for example, the evidence that sales volumes in the March quarter were the highest for any March quarter in the past five years (http://www.propertyobserver