76% of property owners believe that property prices will increase further in the next 12 months

A recent national survey conducted by Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA ) has concluded that 76% of property investors believe property prices in their state or territory will be worth more than they currently are in 12 months’ time. This signifies a huge spike in investor confidence in the property market. The outlook for …

76% of property owners believe that property prices will increase further in the next 12 months Read More »

Don’t Sell Yourself Short When It Comes to Selling Property

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll undoubtedly be aware that the Australian property market is booming. Whether you’re a long-standing lover of Aussie real estate or have just recently got caught up in the frenzy, you would have heard the term “property cycles”. There is no doubt the market moves in cycles, and …

Don’t Sell Yourself Short When It Comes to Selling Property Read More »

Understanding the relationship between Rental Yields and Vacancy Rates?

As all NIA clients have experienced in our research, we place a high importance on the cash flow of each property. As part of our due diligence, we dissect the expected rental performance analysing expected rental demand and rental return for each property. Just recently I was asked “how do vacancy rates effect rental yields? …

Understanding the relationship between Rental Yields and Vacancy Rates? Read More »

Economic Activity Continues to Rise As $2billion Added To Australian Loan Books

Data released by the reserve bank shows that almost $2billion has been added to loan books across Australia. This data released for the month of July signified a surge in economic activity within the housing credit market with a whopping $1.97billion dollars lent to purchase Australian property. This was led by the owner occupier market …

Economic Activity Continues to Rise As $2billion Added To Australian Loan Books Read More »

Are we running out of land?

Vacant land supply is currently at record lows. A severe shortage of available land has affected most of the Australian metro and regional hubs. This is land shortage is no more evident than in South East Queensland. New research predicts that Brisbane is fast running out of land and only has 2.9 years of land …

Are we running out of land? Read More »

Australian’s love affair with investing in Residential Property proven to be far more contagious than Covid-19.

Regulators have not yet started to roll out a vaccine for Australia’s other pandemic – the highly infectious love of Australian property which has caused the most dynamic and fastest growing market in over two decades. The NIA team have done the numbers and in fact have proven that Australian’s love affair with residential property …

Australian’s love affair with investing in Residential Property proven to be far more contagious than Covid-19. Read More »