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That are available they’re gonna meet your requirements and from there you probably get a short list of properties that are suitable for you to purchase and that’s where you really not need to start Nutting out the numbers on those individual properties how long have they been held for so how long have they been owned how long have they been on the market for what sort of negotiation might be able to apply in these in these properties what I’m looking to buy what sort of rental market conditions am I looking at so the vacancy rates going to be low enough to ensure.
I’m attracting a tenant all the time there’s a lot of that information and you can look at the suburb level trends but once again there’s no esposo replacement for actually doing the numbers on an individual property the trends are always going to give you some guidance but the numbers on the individual property are really what investors should be making the decisions on so investors will be sitting going oh this is really good would I buy property so as head of research do you actually provide your sentiments.
That company sentiments on the best buying locations you go do you go that far do you say these are the best suburbs and these type of assets that you should be looking at we do me–don’t obviously there’s there’s a fine line between analyzing the market and providing advice so yeah so we’re not in the advice business but absolutely if I look around sydney property valuations Australia at the moment and really broad level I’d be saying well southeast Queensland looking like a pretty good marketplace to me a relatively affordable very strong migration population growth rental yields tend to be but – not too bad but well particularly in relativity to Sydney and Melbourne.
We’re still seeing some stability and prices there we’re not seeing prices falling sure they’re not shooting the lights out either they’re rising roughly in line with inflation but if you look at all the elements in southeast Queensland that looks pretty good to me Adelaide looking very stable Perth and Darwin still going down the price has become very affordable those markets particularly in Darwin rental yields have shot through the roof as well so I think investors will start to look at some of those markets that are looking looking like quite good buying opportunities.
Now some of the lifestyle markets around the country think of areas like the Gold Coast or Sunshine Coast coffs harbour buyer and those sort of markets seem to be defying this downturn as well we’re seeing a lot of demand coming into the lifestyle market probably fuelled by a lot of cashed up homeowners coming out of Sydney and Melbourne who can now once again get back into their sea change that they might have had to cancel back in and also some of the regional areas