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Monthly Archive for February, 2012

            With over 400,000 Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF) holding billions of dollars in super, there is plenty of opportunity for Trustees of SMSFs to invest a portion of their funds in well located property. When the concept of a SMSF was first developed the opportunity to borrow money to purchase […]

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As a brighter real estate market has emerged in 2012 we are seeing more investors returning to real estate as an investment. Over the long term, property has been a great investment and many investors are becoming more cautious about their money in the share market. Whether you are already a property Investor or are […]

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Interest Rates in perspective.

Every time there is a move by the Reserve Bank (or no move) to adjust interest rates there is a “circus of comment” in the media from both sides of politics criticising Banks for either not passing on the full reduction or for delaying their decision. We all want to pay as little as possible […]

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One of the most common questions from home buyers is – “how will the Sandhurst market perform into the future ?” Sandhurst is now into its 11th year and has become a much more established and well known residential destination. With any new project, it takes time for many home buyers to feel confident that […]

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RBA Leaves Rates on Hold

The Reserve Bank of Australia board has kept interest rates on hold, leaving the official cash rate at 4.25 percent. The shock move comes as many parts of the economy continue to struggle with the side effects of the mining boom. Data published yesterday showed retail trade contracted 0.1 percent in December, traditionally the sector’s […]

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