Trump's Win means big money for Aussie property

Written by Frank Law

With Trump stepping into his new role of America’s 45th President of the United States, the stability and security of the Australian property market will create a surge of increased interest from international property investors, an expert predicts.

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Brisbane's "Chatswood" revealed

Written by Frank Law

With the indicative movement on the current property market showing a tendency for Sydney and Melbourne buyers to shift their spending habits towards Brisbane and its competitively priced property, Homestates R&D compares one of the most popular suburbs in NSW with a rivalling QLD district to identify key trends in housing data.

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Brisbane, a "Fundamentally Stable" market for real estate

Written by Frank Law

OpenCorp, one of Australia’s premier national property developers expressed their confidence in Brisbane’s viability for sustainability, according to analytics which confirmed the Brisbane market’s fundamental stability. OpenCorp’s Director, Allister Lewison referred to a recent publication from the CoreLogic-Moody’s Analytics Australian Home Value Index Forecast, which predicted that Brisbane’s apartment market will remain steady throughout and beyond 2017, with 1.1% and 1.3% growth anticipated in the upcoming years.

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