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Terry Ryder's 20 reasons the country's property boom isn't over

Here are the 20 reasons Terry Ryder doesn't believe Australia is in the grips of a housing bubble. by Jessie Richardson
 

Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Record breaking housing construction can't keep up with demand: BIS Shrapnel

The housing shortage is a much-lamented problem and BIS Shrapnel’s latest Building in Australia 2014-2029 report suggests that we may continue to feel its effects for some years. by Jennifer Duke
 

Aussie design website Canva scores $3.6 million in funding

Graphic design startup Canva has raised an additional $3.6 million from new and existing investors which will help support the company’s rapid growth. by Kye White
 

Monday, 21 July 2014

Mitigating the effect of land tax on your property assets and cash flow

Many property investors see land tax as an unavoidable evil, hard to get around and often simply the ‘price of doing business’ in this area. by Danielle Canterford
 

Friday, 18 July 2014

Mid-year state-by-state property markets roundup

2014 has certainly has been an interesting year for those interested in real estate. by Michael Yardney
 

SMSF trustees warned not to take financial advice from real estate agents

Trustees of self-managed super funds are being warned about the legal implications of accepting advice from real estate agents when investing their funds in property. by Kirsten Robb
 

Australian startup allows users to verify their online purchases and potential suitors

A Queensland startup is aiming to fight fraud by checking items in person before people purchase them – even going as far as to take the guesswork out of online dating. by Broede Carmody
 

How to use depreciation to assist your cash flow: BMT

No doubt as property investors you’re currently preparing your tax return now that the financial year has come to a close. by Jennifer Duke
 

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

No property bubble, but RBA pinpoints the possible future wisdom in renting

Reserve Bank of Australia research has suggested that house prices would have to continue to rise at the same rate as over the last six decades for property owners to be as well off financially as renters. by Jonathan Chancellor
 
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