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Apartment For Lease 3/61 Prince Street Mosman this property has leased

Apartment For Lease 3/61 Prince Street Mosman this property has leased

By | June 5th, 2018

APARTMENT FOR LEASE 3/61 PRINCE STREET MOSMAN 3/61 Prince Street Mosman, NswApartment Rent - leasedThis beautifully renovated, ground floor, 3 bedroom apartment is situated in a small boutique block. It combines old world charm with modern interiors, natural light and an extremely versatile floor plan. The apartment offers a...

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Politicians are doing nothing to fix housing affordability

Politicians are doing nothing to fix housing affordability

By | June 2nd, 2017

For those predicting housing values to start dropping in the near future you should start rethinking that analysis. Of course, the newly created investment market is facing severe headwinds and yes, it would be fair to assume that there will be a correction should a large number default on their...

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Apartment For Sale 9/69 Bradleys Head Road Mosman this property has sold

Apartment For Sale 9/69 Bradleys Head Road Mosman this property has sold

By | May 29th, 2017

APARTMENT FOR SALE 9/69 BRADLEYS HEAD ROAD MOSMAN 9/69 Bradleys Head Road Mosman, NswApartment Buy - UndisclosedLocated in the highly sought after 'Cedars’ complex, this two-bedroom apartment offers a large open plan layout bathed in natural light. The living/dining space opens out to the covered balcony capturing views of the...

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House For Sale 15 Killarney Street Mosman this property has sold

House For Sale 15 Killarney Street Mosman this property has sold

By | May 24th, 2017

HOUSE FOR SALE 15 KILLARNEY STREET MOSMAN 15 Killarney Street Mosman, NswHouse Buy - $2,800,000Nestled in a premier no-through pocket and capturing leafy bay vistas and a perfect northerly aspect, this classic dual level home offers exciting Mosman buying. Wrapped in swathing decks, it boasts a fluid connection between its...

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Sydney property market remains a juggernaut

Sydney property market remains a juggernaut

By | May 4th, 2017

Will it, or won’t it? The question that has so many struggling for the last seven years and now itching to witness the demise of the strongest property run seen since the late 1980’s. Personally I can’t see this happening in Sydney anytime soon as the foundations are still rock...

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Love a Property Market with Hypotheticals

Love a Property Market with Hypotheticals

By | April 21st, 2017

Make no mistake our property markets have been running downwind for too long so it’s now tacking straight into some interesting headwinds albeit hypothetical at this juncture. That being said, the property run – particularly in Sydney and Melbourne needed some economic speed bumps to slow the momentum. As strange as...

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Addressing Australia’s Housing Affordability Crisis Should Not be Hard

Addressing Australia’s Housing Affordability Crisis Should Not be Hard

By | April 7th, 2017

So, hold on a second – just, why is it? Well that’s because the answers and outcomes are so convoluted where I have stated on many occasions in the past that the problems lie at the hands of governments at all levels. Now we simply have a blame game with...

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The big property shift is fast heading to a sell recommendation

The big property shift is fast heading to a sell recommendation

By | March 16th, 2017

It was only a matter of time before some property punters would cash in simply because property data is now pointing to a significant price correction. The latest Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) data has inflation adjusted wage growth sitting most uncomfortably around zero which spells disaster for households carrying...

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The three P’s of property are now, Political-Paralysis-Persuasion

The three P’s of property are now, Political-Paralysis-Persuasion

By | March 9th, 2017

Up until now it’s very clear that federal and state politicians do not want a debate on property markets as they well know that a major overhaul is what’s required – consumers would be much better off and government revenues would be significantly reduced. This would explain why the last...

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To fix Australia’s housing affordability listen to Ken Henry

To fix Australia’s housing affordability listen to Ken Henry

By | February 23rd, 2017

Like most people, Australians are past sick and tired of their elected politicians, simply because they do very little and collectively can’t solve problems – in fact, they now make them worse. Speaking at the 2017 Committee for Economic Development of Australia summit Henry was scathing. “Australia had become so...

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