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My new book Property Finance Made Simple has taken off, and one of the parts of the earlier chapters is on affordability and tightening of lending in Australia.
I wanted to take the opportunity to share with you an article that came across my desk this week on a unique perspective into the impact of the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA) changes on the property market. Written by John Moore
This is an article published this week from Kate Jones.
Kate contacted me to contribute to the article. Happy reading
Getting notice to vacate can come as a nasty surprise for tenants, but it doesn’t have to be all bad news.
The equities market is more volatile than property. So given this, where do you put your money, some put it in a bank, and it does very little for them to work for them, or, one could put it into property. Education and tourism are strong due to the lower dollar, coal is healthy as […]
“A new Great Australian Dream would look more like a row of terraces than a McMansion” The great Australian dream of owning a house on a quarter-acre block, while unrealistic for many first homeowners lends itself to investors wanting multiple properties with the goal of comfortable retirement income. NSW Planning Minister Rob Stokes said at an Urban Development Institute […]
Importance of Property Investing I wrote in my book that I fail to see how the government will afford to support people in retirement in the future and the feeling of entitlement many have for the pension will forcibly be tempered with the reality that it just won’t happen. People really need to take a […]
My new book is launched a few weeks ago and is available now. It will be in stores in February.
Justice prevails for landlord, sometimes tenants can do things that are inappropriate and unacceptable and down right greedy. http://www.yourinvestmentpropertymag.com.au/news/supreme-court-sides-with-landlord-in-airbnb-dispute-217621.aspx
Negative Gearing and Capital Gains Tax (CGT) discount Is negative gearing and the CGT discount the problem? It is fair to say that many firms and commentators and polarized on this issue. Everyone has an opinion, many come from a position of the ill-informed. There are so many considerations here it is remiss of anyone […]
Nationally, the problem that needs to be solved is inequity, so more people can have a dignified life, rather than working until the age of 80 then preparing to die. We have all heard and begun to believe that there may not be a pension in 20 years time. I believe there will be, but […]