David McMillan

March 2, 2016
Negative gearing policy

Labor’s negative gearing policy will not achieve its intended goals

Labor has told us it wants to scrap negative gearing concessions on established real estate in order to ‘level the playing field for first home buyers […]
February 11, 2016
Queenslander Home

Brisbane remains top property investment destination

QUEENSLAND’S capital city continues to be Australia’s leading residential property investment location and while the other capital cities generally show lacklustre performance, all have pockets worthy […]
August 3, 2015
Expat investors

Dispelling the myth about expat property investment

With the falling Australian dollar, property investment back home has become an extremely attractive proposition for expats working overseas, with many desperate to take the plunge. […]
May 25, 2015

Growing youthfulness of serious property investors

Serious property investment is no longer the province of more mature investors in their mid-30s to late 40s, looking at other avenues to build their wealth. […]
February 18, 2015

Expert buying advice drives property investment success

Buyer agency is a new industry. Less than 1 per cent of property transactions across Australia are made using buyer agents like us. Which begs the […]
October 14, 2014

The Great Australian Property Crash

A common question people ask me is: Has property always been this expensive? It’s a question that is invariably followed by: Can property values keep rising […]
March 3, 2014

Beware the Bull and Bear

Harry Dent stated last month the Australian Property Market is going to crash – dropping some 50%. We have other property experts insisting some markets are […]
November 22, 2013
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Demographics 101: Age Profiles

If you want to understand property you need to get excited about demographics. I know some of you are thinking the subject is boring and it […]
November 7, 2013

The Monthly Noise on Stock Levels

In this edition of the Monthly Noise we are going to focus on Stock Levels. Why are stock levels so important? > Falling stock levels can lead to rising […]