Christmas Wishes 2018

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Seasons Greetings!

Wishing you and your loved ones happy holidays, a season full of joy and cheer 😊 

If we do not speak with you before now and the new year, we would like to wish you a very Merry and Safe Christmas and all the very best for the New Year 2019.

We will be closing the office on the 21st December 2018 for a much-needed break and we will be back all recharged from the 7th January 2019.

Note that we will still be available for tenants for any emergency situations that require assistance.  We would like to thank all our clients for a fantastic 2018

May your heart be filled with laughter

Your soul with joy

And your home with love

this holiday season.

Merry Christmas from Carlos and Linda 姬琳达珍 Debello (LREA) & Our LJ Gilland Real Estate Team

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Christmas Greeting from LJ Gilland Real Estate 2018

Dear Valued Customers and Friends of LJ Gilland Real Estate

Seasons Greetings!

Wishing you and your loved ones happy holidays, a season full of joy and cheer 😊

If we do not speak with you before now and the new year, we would like to wish you a very Merry and Safe Christmas and all the very best for the New Year 2019.

We will be closing the office on the 21st December 2018 for a much-needed break and we will be back all recharged from the 7th January 2019.

Note that we will still be available for tenants for any emergency situations that require assistance. We would like to thank all our clients for a fantastic 2017

May your heart be filled with laughter

Your soul with joy

And your home with love

this holiday season.

Merry Christmas from Carlos and Linda 姬琳达珍 Debello (LREA) & Our LJ Gilland Real Estate Team

Over the festive time, if you need anything from us, Carlos will be available on his mobile 0413 560 808.

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LJ Gilland Real Estate Pty Ltd

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Aust Oct housing finance up: investor finance +0.6%mom…but follows many mths of falls & could be just noise.

Owner occupier +3.5%mom by value..but after -5% in Sept.

Could be a +ve sign (..banks are catching up with the backlog?) but dangerous to read too much into one month

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North Lakes appeared as one of the most searched suburbs by overseas home buyers of QLD properties such as coming from New Zealand, US, & the UK, according to realestate.com.au report

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Twelve-month data from July 2017 reveal that overseas property searches in Queensland have New Zealand as the top property hunters. Brisbane City emerged as the most searched suburb with 13,951 searches followed by Broadbeach with 9,898.

REA Group said that overseas home buyers would often check Brisbane properties first then widen their search to nearby suburbs. Such is the case of one overseas buyer who found their dream home in Aspley which he said is a place with great weather and affordable properties.

The top ten most searched suburbs are Brisbane City, Surfers Paradise, Noosa Heads, Broadbeach, Mooloolaba, Burleigh Heads, Southport, North Lakes, Caloundra, and Hope Island. Whilst UK and USA follow New Zealand, where most overseas property searchers originate.

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As a property investor, if you can pick an area going through gentrification, one that’s shifting from dreary to in demand, you can benefit from…

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One of the significant changes in the way we live in Australia over the last few decades is the gentrification of our inner suburbs.

When I was young, housing in the inner suburbs was cheap and home to the working class and migrants being full of single fronted terraces, pubs and factories.

Also read: Here’s how much property prices need to drop for you to get on the ladder

But within a few decades, the process of gentrification saw these ugly duckling suburbs transformed into graceful swans as higher income households displaced blue-collar workers; changing the character of these neighbourhoods and resulting in a significant increase in local property values.

What caused this gentrification?

One of the main factors behind this revitalisation was the exodus of manufacturing to the suburbs driven in part by cheaper transport and better roads.

At the same time many migrant workers departed to the suburbs to live in detached houses with front and back yards.

Also read: Is Australia facing a sub-prime housing crash

Interestingly at much the same time our society started to experience higher education levels which necessitated more people being closer to campuses, that were usually in or near the CBD.

Similarly, the diversity of serviced based jobs located in the CBD, the increasing number of women in the workforce, declining household sizes and lifestyle all made living in those smaller properties near the city more attractive to a larger cohort of potential buyers.

Of course, it should come as no surprise that this increasing demand led to house prices in the inner-ring rising much faster than in the outer suburbs.

Identifying gentrification

Gentrification is a change in the fortunes of a suburb as it is discovered by a higher income demographic which slowly pushes out the lower income residents.

These new, more affluent residents invest time and money improving their new neighbourhood, pushing up prices and rents.

As these changes take place the area loses its stigma and more individuals on higher wages move in, putting further upward pressure on values.

Also read: House price falls are accelerating in Melbourne and Sydney

Looking back, one of the significant transformations of our inner suburbs was that household incomes grew significantly as residents were better educated and had higher-paying jobs.

Two incomes in a household instead of one meant that people had more money to spend on housing – and spend it they did!

Therefore, one of the keys to identifying a gentrifying location, one where property values will increase above average, is to find suburbs where incomes are growing, increasing people’s ability to afford and pay higher prices for property.

Digging into the Census data shows that while wage growth has been slow over the last few years, there are some suburbs where wages have grown 40-50% more than the State’s average.

You’re likely to find these suburbs are home to a number of other identifying features of gentrification such as top-end cafes or restaurants as well as higher-end stores where the wealthier population can spend their money, because that’s what they generally do.

The secret to identifying gentrification, therefore, involves researching locations where a number of economic factors are changing at the same time.

To make things clear…just because a suburb has cheap properties doesn’t mean it’s destined to become the next growth area.

Some suburbs are inexpensive for a reason and won’t improve because of various socio- economic factors.

There might be too much industry in the area, a lot of social / public housing or possibly a crime, gang or drug problem. Or maybe they are outlying suburbs with poor infrastructure, facilities or public transport.

Also read: The REAL reason we’re seeing a property slowdown

On the other hand, the type of suburb to look for is one that is relatively cheap today but has the potential for future capital growth. Some of the major drivers of capital growth are:

  • Proximity to the city or the water.
  • Adjoining a more expensive neighbourhood so it can benefit from the ripple effect.
  • Desirable amenities such as good public transport, a large shopping centre, or within the catchment of a highly prized public school.
  • Older attractive houses with character features, that are ready to be renovated.
  • Areas where governments are investing in local infrastructure or beautification programs.

So what do you look for in a suburb?

Some of the steps you can take to find a suburb that is improving is to go for a drive and a walk.

You’ll “know it when you see it” because you’ll find evidence that people with money are moving in.

  • They will be spending large amounts of money renovating or extending their homes.
  • There will be white (the new black) SUV’s parked in the driveways rather than old Toyota Camry’s or Holden Commodores.
  • The nature of the shops is changing. The gyms are offering Pilates; the cafés sell cold press coffee, and the deli’s serve goat’s cheese pizza.

As a property investor, if you can pick an area going through gentrification, one that’s shifting from dreary to in demand, you can benefit from its accelerated growth.

And the good news is that you don’t have to get your timing perfect – the gentrification process lasts a number of decades.

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A new report has revealed the number of Australian homes generating a resale profit has declined, with national resale gains the lowest they’ve been since October 2013.

A new report has revealed the number of Australian homes generating a resale profit has declined, with national resale gains the lowest they’ve been since October 2013.

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Property market ‘falling off a cliff’ – news.com.au

For those property investors who watched 60 Minutes on Channel 9 last night:

1) Often the media only shows one side of the story to create more drama

2) Being a property investor is a bit like being an entrepreneur – there will be some ups and downs – it will make you stronger 对于那些昨晚在9频道上看了60分钟的房地产投资者: 1) 媒体通常只展示了故事的一面, 以创造更多的戏剧 2) 作为房地产投资者是有点像Property market ‘falling off a cliff’ – news.com.au

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