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todayFriday, 19 December 2014

What’s ahead for property in 2015?

Australia’s property markets enjoyed a positive 2014, but what does next year hold for investors? by Michael Yardney

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

AirTree Ventures barking up the right tree with Pawshake

In July AirTree Ventures, a fund founded by former tech executives Daniel Petre and Craig Blair, raised $60 million to help “plug the Series A crunch for Australian startups”. by Kye White

Hammer slams on a stronger property year than last: 2014 auction wrap

RP Data figures show more people have sold more homes at auction this year than in 2013. by Kirsten Robb

Monday, 15 December 2014

Seven questions to ask yourself about your property portfolio

Christmas is coming, our homes (and soon our bellies) are filled with egg nog and mince pies. But that’s no reason to forget about your property portfolio. by Jennifer Duke

Friday, 12 December 2014

Rich Dad author Robert Kiyosaki warns investors to avoid real estate – is he right?

Robert Kiyosaki has been wandering around the country telling anyone who’ll listen that the Australian property bubble is about to burst. by Michael Yardney

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Buying an investment property while renting: The pros and cons

What are the pros and cons of buying an investment property and renting before purchasing your first home? by Jessie Richardson

Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Hong Kong’s HotelQuickly moves swiftly into Australian market

After launching in March 2013, Hong Kong travel booking startup HotelQuickly now has over 600,000 users globally, and it’s got its sights set on Australia. by Kye White

Property clearance rate drop is “natural” as auction volumes surge, says expert

National auction clearance rates are struggling to find the same heights as earlier in the year, off the back of a huge weekend for the property market. by Kirsten Robb

Monday, 8 December 2014

Attempts to run businesses through SMSF set to fail: The five questions you need to ask

During his 40-plus years advising SMSFs, Martin Murden has had at least one request a year from fund trustees for advice about whether they can operate a small business through a self-managed fund. Here’s why he thinks it’s an incredibly bad idea. by Michael Laurence
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