IS NOW REALLY THE RIGHT TIME TO BUY PROPERTY IN AUSTRALIA?
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Real Estate Investing Offers You Five Huge Benefits That Other Forms Of Investing Do Not.
*Cash Flow. *Asset Appreciation. *Financial Leverage.
*Equity Build Up. *Special Tax Treatment.
But your success will depend on how well you estimate these items before you purchase a property, and how well you manage them after you purchase.
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Unlike other property companies marketing Australian projects in Hong Kong, we personally research the properties we recommend for you.
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Australia also has some of the world's most desirable yet affordable* real estate in the world.
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ALL Australia's major cities feature in the top 12 of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s list of the World's Most Liveable cities in 2021
Melbourne, took the 9th spot, dropping from second due to lock-downs - still a great result - after an incredible seven consecutive years at No. 1 until 2019.
Sydney took eleventh position.
Adelaide jumped to 3rd place, following its previous placing at number 10.
Perth jumped 8 places into position 6, while Brisbane came in at 10th place.
This underlines the high quality of life on offer in the country – an important driver of immigration, tourism and education.
These rankings impact property investment because home buyers believe that real estate in highly liveable cities is more likely to gain value over the medium and long terms.
Of note, not a single British or US city placed in the top 12.
(PS. The winner in 2021 was Auckland, New Zealand, followed by Osaka, Japan, (the only Asian city to feature) then Adelaide.
Melbourne is often considered to be favoured over Sydney in terms of lifestyle, culture, transport and real estate prices. It's foreign buyer stamp duty at 7% is also one point lower than the New South Wales equivalent.
Sydney, meanwhile, attracts buyers with its iconic landmarks such as the harbour, Harbour Bridge, Opera House and stunning beaches and coastline. The overseas interest in Brisbane and Perth is often driven by families with children who are planning to migrate, and investors wanting a lower entry price.
Does buying property in Australia help with migration?
See our FAQ on Australian property for this and the answers to other common investing questions.
THE 7 STEPS TO BUYING AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY
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