Thursday, August 18, 2022

Looking to invest in property? Here are 5 hot tips to keep in mind...

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Princeton adopts corporate governance by using the services of a custodian who holds investor funds, securities, external auditors, independent credit and compliance committees.

Top 6 trends you should be aware of when buying property in 2022

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Whether you’re looking to buy your first home, upsize your current home or buy an investment property, 2022 is set to be a volatile year for property buyers. Coming off the back of two years of pandemic uncertainty, the FOMO (fear of missing out) trend of 2020 and 2021 that saw prices soar has started to decline.
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Sell your property for more money: Tips on increasing your property value

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Improvements don’t have to be expensive, they just have to emphasise certain features of the property and minimise negative elements. It is all about delivering the right perception for the right market and this can be done through dressing a property.

Five Australian affordable rentvesting locations have been revealed

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According to new research from The Female Investor, it is still possible for first-time buyers or investors to purchase an affordable property in many parts of the Australian nation. Co-authors of The Female Investor – Creating Wealth, Security, and Freedom through property, Nicola McDougall and Kate Hill, found affordable rentvesting locations around the nation.

Are Australian property investors ignoring the real cost of real estate?

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Drawn to potential gains in a surging market, Australians continue to invest in real estate. But is there a better way to get in on the boom without costs and fees chipping at your yield? According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics' data, property represents 51% of house hold wealth in Australia. And it doesn’t look like that percentage is going to be going down anytime soon. In June, ABS figures revealed quarterly growth in household wealth of 5.8%.

Millennials locked out of the housing market by the older generations

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A newly released research from the University of South Australia has shown that the housing market is failing to concurrently cater for both older and younger generations. The research paper explores generational differences in property tenure in Australia and UniSA housing experts identified an inequitable distribution of housing among the old and young.

Essential drone shots for real estate photography & videography

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Drone photography is cementing itself as the standard for all-future real estate marketing. Thanks to the swiftly evolving technology in real estate drones (and the internet), potential buyers nowadays receive matchless tours of buildings from the comfort of their own homes and phones.

Expert strategies on how to buy the perfect property quickly before Easter

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Australia and New Zealand has stated that house price growth will slow over the next year to 6% after median house prices boomed 21.9% over the year to September. Lloyd Edge, Director of Aus Property Professionals and author of Positively Geared, believes that house prices won’t decrease unless APRA intervenes and tightens the availability of credit.

Real estate industry is falling behind other sectors in online advertising

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Businesses in Healthcare, Information Technology and Education have led the trend in online advertising in the last twelve months, according to new research by SavvySME. As part of the 2021 SavvySME B2B Jobs Report, which analyses the relationship small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have with B2B sellers, SMEs were asked, "Why have you lost interest in partnering with a potential B2B seller?"

Shangri-La’s #WithHeart campaign celebrates 50 years of growth in Asia

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In 1971, the first Shangri-La Hotel opened in Singapore, since then, Shangri-La's journey has constantly mirrored Asia’s rapid growth. As the brand marks its 50th anniversary, it celebrates its ties to the region with a new #WithHeart campaign by honoring the passion and values that have driven the brand’s evolution and the rise of Asia through the stories of those who have lived this transformation.