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The Australia Bureau of Statistics revealed that only 12 percent of new loans approved in Australia belong to first home buyers despite record low interest rates loans for real estate Australia, (News.com.au reported on 26 February 2014).
An industry analyst explained that property investors, specifically those using self- managed super funds for capital, were dominating first home buyers in terms of the number of new home loan approvals. read more
A study for NeedaProperty.com revealed that real estate located in streets with rude names such as Crotch Crescent and Turkey Cock Lane were found to be $156,350 cheaper than the average price of homes found in regularly named streets, (Sbs.com.au reported on 25 February 2014).
As we edge deeper into the new year, Australian creative real estate strategist, Rick Otton, has revealed that the 2014 housing market will continue to enjoy boom-like conditions. During a ‘Street Smart Secrets to Real Estate Wealth’ regular podcast, the property millionaire looked to the months ahead – to give property investors up-to-date tips to avoid missing out. read more
Interest in the Geelong property market continues to grow according to figures just released by RP Data. In announcing a no-charge one-day event for Melbourne, real estate investment educator, Rick Otton, has said that this is a natural flow on from the rising prices in nearby suburbs. read more
Seller Finance Strategies Can Help Increase a First Home Buyer’s Presence in the Real Estate Market, Reveals Rick Otton
The Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed that the number of first home buyers in Victoria increased 3.1 percent last December, (News.domain.com.au reported on 12 February 2014).
Drew Wilson, an analyst for the Melbourne real estate market, said that the volume of first home buyers would continue to increase throughout 2014 despite rising real estate prices, as more home loans are being granted. read more
The median weekly rental rate in Melbourne is $387.12 which equates to renters spending $912,500 over a 30 year period. For those who are planning to buy a $610,000 home would have to pay a total $1.34 million at 10 percent interest within the same period, (the Heraldsun.com.au reported on 12 February 2014).
Catherine Cashmere, a buyer’s advocate, states that at this level, Aussies would still be paying off their debts long after they had retired. read more