Stimulus for the Chinese economy no longer benefits the Australian Economy. The steel/iron ore boom is over…and it isn’t coming back.
The mainstream way of investing in property is based on a lot of assumptions. For example, it assumes you have to buy the property. It assumes that you have to be the only owner.
With Australian house prices continuing to surge in Sydney and Melbourne, saving for a deposit today is out of reach for many first home buyers. That is why the number of people using family members or friends to guarantee their home loans is rising.
So if superannuation is your ‘Plan A’, forget about it. What about Plan B? For many people, that means relying on your home as an income source in retirement.
Most of the mainstream has gone into a fit at the thought of anyone using their superannuation savings to buy a house.
You only need a small amount of money to start profiting from real estate. Don't let the big end of town shut you out. It’s just another reason the real estate cycle can continue to run.
The media has been awash with the idea that first home buyers could get to use their superannuation funds in order to buy a home.
The Reserve Bank of Australia continues to reduce rates while showing ‘concern’ about rising Australian house prices and passing the buck to APRA.
Is ‘confidence’ the missing ingredient in getting Australia’s economy back on the road to recovery?
Most commentators focus on the global financial crisis as a crisis of debt. But first and foremost it was a land crisis, which few people study.