If you can’t afford an investment property in the capital cities, look to regional and rural Australia.
New investors are always asking how much they need to buy a property.
With many more people renting than ever before there has never been so much attention focused on the sector.
It was when he discovered his landlady had been going through his bins that renter Steve Williams started thinking he might have made a mistake moving into an apartment block owned by the couple in the penthouse.
Across Queensland there are more than 45,000 bodies corporate managing over 400,000 apartments and townhouses. That means about 20 per cent of people have some connection to a body corporate but many owners and tenants still don’t understand their rights and responsibilities and too many believe in myths.
“I wish I hadn’t,” says one Sydneysider.
How does our very own “Game of Homes” play out in the rental market?
There are options for low-cost investment properties in Melbourne but is there more to them than meets the eye?
Those in the market and looking to grow their wealth may look to turn their home into an investment. Is it worth it?
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