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An investment property in Australia offers consistent financial security like no other asset class.
Over the last 25 years, the property market in Australia has grown consistently at an average rate of 6.8% year upon year. This is incredible for a number of reasons. It means that regardless of the economic circumstances, the boom and bust cycles, the Australian property market has experienced consistent growth over a 25 year period.
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The most simple deduction you can make from this 25 year track record is this:
The property market in Australia doubles itself every 7-10 years without any intervention from your side. The market does all the heavy lifting for you – it happens on its own as part of the natural economic cycle within the Australian Property Market.
The key driver behind this phenomenal growth has been Australia’s monetary policies and supporting stimulus packages that have made it easier for people to buy investment properties in Australia.
Australian home owners have been able to enjoy low interest rates due to several rate cuts from the Reserve Bank. This is a great opportunity for property investors to get into the market.
Property investing is not easy. In fact, if you ask around, you’ll find more people that have lost money investing in property than those that have become millionaires through smart property investments. Don’t be discouraged though.
Successful property investing isn’t some kind of rocket science or riddled with secrets that you can’t easily decipher. If you take the time and make the effort to learn how to invest in the property market then you too can achieve success as a property investor in Australia.
If you’re considering buying your first home then you still should make the effort to understand the property market so that you make a well informed decision about when to buy, where to buy and how to buy your first home so that it becomes a real appreciating asset as opposed to a liability for you in future.
Real Estate investing requires an understanding of the market conditions for the specific city or suburb you wish to invest in. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of noise in the market about Real Estate and it is not easy to get a clear view of which way the market is heading.
Some say its going up while others debate that its heading for a crash. Knowing how to separate the facts from all the noise, is an important aspect of being successful as a real estate investor in Australia.
Smart property investors across Australia rely on fact-based, objective market data to research an area and make informed decisions about property investing.
For instance, a suburb showing significant capital growth in the last 12 months is no longer the right candidate for buying a rental investment property. It is so because if the suburb has already experienced phenomenal growth, chances are that you’ve already missed the boat. If you decide to buy in that suburb now, you will most likely end up paying too much for something that is clearly over-priced due to the “fear of missing out (FOMO)” effect.
Sophisticated real estate investors look for specific housing market data to identify suburbs that are on the verge of experiencing massive growth so you get in at the bottom of the cycle – just when its about to head north.
Sometimes it is better for you to rent instead of trying to bust your back buying a property in a suburb that is clearly overpriced. A consistent skill successful Real Estate Investors have is an objective approach to property investing. They never get emotional about property investing and always follow their exit strategy – which is largely driven by numbers not emotions.
Across Australia, there’s a real lack of visibility into housing market data, which is why Property Magnets introduced its own housing market data analysis tool. This tool makes it easier for real estate investors to understand market data and make better property investing decisions.
There are a number of different ways you can go about investing in property. As with anything, the very first step is for you to define your goals. What are you trying to achieve?
Answering these questions upfront gives you a good opportunity to take stock of your own goals and aspirations as a property investor.
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