Month: November 2021

Will the return of international travel impact the Australian property market?

There is no doubt the current market surge is driven by a lack of supply. This undersupply is likely to further worsen as borders begin to open and the return of international travel. We believe this is set to maintain the robust property market throughout 2022 even into 2023. Expect a dramatic change in the …

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South East Queensland confirmed as hotspot for property investors

It’s the location on every property investor’s lips “South East Queensland”. Investors are snapping up QLD property in record numbers on the back of attractive yields, affordability, low vacancy rates and attractive market conditions. Queensland currently represents a great cash flow proposition for property investors. New research has confirmed what NIA has been saying for …

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