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Property News – Stay in the know.
With the property market changing so rapidly in recent years, it’s important to stay up to date with the latest investment property news.
These articles cover our predictions for certain locations, as well as analysis of government policy changes.
At Washington Brown, we analyse thousands of investment properties every year. This gives us a great opportunity to keep touch with markets all across Australia.
Keep an eye on these articles for our thoughts on over-priced or under-valued pockets around Australia.
Some of the most important investment property news to stay on top of, are any changes to how your property is treated by the ATO.
While the biggest recent change to depreciation law came into 2017, there is often discussion surrounding property policies. As experts in the industry, we analyse these proposed changes and aim to provide a concise explanation of how it might affect investors.
Investment Property News Articles:
THE BUILDING industry has been battling with the issue of rising costs for materials, labour and shipping for the past few years. The situation has put many businesses in financial peril is often referred to as a ‘perfect storm’ created by severe supply shortages coupled with strong demand. CoreLogic’s latest Cordell Construction Cost Index (CCCI) […]
WE’VE ALL heard the horror stories about severe defects in apartment buildings in recent years, which have had disastrous consequences. Some of the most well-known examples in Sydney have been Mascot Towers and the Opal Tower. In both cases, residents were forced to evacuate after major structural defects were identified, with ongoing issues – and […]
First home buyers seem to be a popular topic of discussion in Australia. They’re either getting a lot of government incentives and grants on the one hand. Or, they are finding it tough to get into the property market due to rising house prices on the other. Over the years, I’ve been invited to talk at […]
(UPDATE: – Read about the 2017 Budget changes to depreciation here). Dear Fellow Investors, I get it. I get what Bill Shorten and the Labor Party are trying to achieve by cutting negative gearing…but it stinks for 6 reasons. First, for those of you who might not know…Labor proposes to: Eliminate negative gearing to all […]