Subdividing land for a property investment can be a winner on all fronts, helping with housing supply, affordability and returning a healthy profit at the same time.
Melbourne’s best and worst property investment suburbs for 2023
The real estate downturn is providing an opportunity for those counter-cyclical investors who like to avoid buying when prices are booming.
The official cash rate continues to climb and comments from the Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe suggest that won’t change any time soon.
Higher interest rates are currently affecting property investors more so than owner-occupiers according to official numbers from the Australian Bureau of Statistic
Property investors from Melbourne have been having a good look at Tasmania over recent months, but it’s also a boom in demand from locals that are pushing their median house price sky-high.
A new study has found the suburbs of Tyabb, Belgrave and Tecoma are Melbourne’s best for property investors with over $100,000 for a deposit on a home worth up to $1 million.
Melbourne apartment investors are taking some big hits selling off dwellings they’ve been unable to fill with tenants since COVID hit.