Start at the end

Posted on Nov 27, 2019 by Fiona Morris
Playing the long game; it’s a phrase many people have heard and probably used when talking about education, career, business and especially wealth. The idea behind it may be no sexier or more exciting than saying you have a long term strategy that you follow consistently. But it’s certainly a...

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An insightful interview with property investment guru, John Lindeman

Posted on Nov 27, 2019 by Christopher Melotti
John devised a data-driven methodology to predict suburb property prices John Linderman is a highly respected and experienced Australian property investment veteran whose effective approach to real estate has proven successful over many years. The TUDI platform was inspired by John and uses techniques which are aligned with John’s methods, combined with the...

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Backed By Data

Posted on Nov 14, 2019 by Fiona Morris
Forecasting by the TUDI platform is based on analysing data and then visualising the insights into 5 Indicators in the TUDI HotSpot™. The most important of these indicators is ‘Buyer Demand’, and an important first step for TUDI was to validate the correlation between the Buyer Demand indicator and Median...

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Is spring really the best time to buy and sell property?

Posted on Nov 14, 2019 by Christopher Melotti
Spring is in the air It's spring! The sun is shining and everything is in full bloom. It's the perfect season for real estate – or is it? Most Australians assume that buying and selling property is at its peak in spring. The busy real estate market is usually due to this closely...

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It’s time to stop thinking of One Sydney property market

Posted on Oct 30, 2019 by Christopher Melotti
There’s only one Sydney, but it has a lot of property markets. When it comes to buying and selling real estate, many people look to Sydney. It's hardly surprising! Over the last few decades, the Sydney property market has seen some incredible growth overall and impressive rental returns, all of which has...

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Is the tale wagging the dog when it comes to property investment?

Posted on Oct 23, 2019 by Christopher Melotti
This is a gratuitous cute puppy photo Australians have been investing in residential real estate for decades. And over this time many old wives’ tales about property investing have developed that still exist today. However, factors such as technology and market shifts change the landscape and that's when we need to realise...

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Growth drivers for investment success

Posted on Oct 17, 2019 by Fiona Morris
Property investing is all about the research and thinking with your head while keeping your emotions out of the equation. Staying cool and making well-researched choices is the way to success. Property investment research, like the stock market, can be broken into two types; data analytics and fundamental research. When smart...

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Posted on Oct 17, 2019 by Katy Holliday
When building a real estate portfolio in the Australian property market, proper analysis and understanding of the market is vital. In the course of your research on your chosen location and ideal properties, one aspect that is vital is the Median Sale Price (by suburb).  There are two main reasons why...

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Opportunities for growth – Think differently

Posted on Oct 3, 2019 by Katy Holliday
Building a real estate portfolio in the Australian property market is often about thinking outside of the box, especially if you’re trying to get a foot on the ladder. It may seem like a safe move to aim for capital cities, but investing in regional localities is where you can...

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It’s good to buy, but it’s great to sell!

Posted on Oct 2, 2019 by Christopher Melotti
Buy and hold’ is an old adage that no longer delivers the best returns. When you're building a property portfolio, most people focus on buying and holding over the long term for capital growth. However, historical property data shows that most of the capital gain for a property is realised in...

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