Property Investment in Bendigo – Now is the Time

Following the property cycles will lead you to the regional towns and cities after the capital city’s have had their run.  Melbourne has been a strong performer and now wise investors are looking towards places like  Bendigo.  In this article by Stephen Taylor first published in propertyobserver.com.au, he outlines some of the major projects planned for this vibrant city.

The Victorian regional city of Bendigo is on the move with plans approved – and others in the pipeline – for a swag of apartments and commercial premises set to transform the goldfield’s town.

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Common Mistakes Property Investors Make

The question will аlwауѕ bе which саmе fіrѕt thе chicken or the еgg. Common mistakes Property Investors make in rеаl еѕtаtе may bе the dеаl оr the рlаn. Many реорlе mаkе thе mіѕtаkе of fіndіng a grеаt рrореrtу аnd then do not knоw what thеу аrе ѕuрроѕеd tо dо. Thіѕ is whеrе thе trоublе bеgіnѕ. Read more

The top 6 Major Risks Australian Property Investors face.

Like any investment there is no return without accepting a level of risk.  The most successful investors are those that are able to recognise risks and reduce the effects of these risk before they invest.  They are playing the investment game with the deck stacked in their favour.

Property Investment is the same.  There are risks that every investor should be aware of , so that their effects can be mitigated or reduced.  Lets start with the bigger, harder to mitigate risks. Read more

When to Buy an Investment Property

Understanding Property Market Cycles is important for anyone wanting to be successful as a property investor.  Market cycles can help us to understand which property markets will be moving upwards and when.  They are not an exact science though and sometimes can give off false signals about tops and bottoms of the cycle.

When to buy an Investment Property is nowhere near as important as actually buying a property, a trap some investors fall into is waiting for the market to fall so they can grab a bargain.  This can lead to a type of investment paralysis, where fear of not getting it perfectly right prevents any decisions from being made. Read more