Tag Archives: Barry Switzer

Planning for a Property Subdivision via ljgrealestate.com with warm regards

Ms S was venturing into the world of a property development and bought a 1,300 square metre block of land in suburban Melbourne. She was expecting to demolish the old house on the block, subdivide the property and build four … Continue reading

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Why negative gearing and CGT discount must stay: REIA/PCA

A report jointly commissioned by the Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) and the Property Council of Australia (PCA) reveals the positive impact negative gearing and capital gains discounts have on the property market. The REIA says the report – … Continue reading

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Government, experts differ on Queensland’s outlook

Queensland has continued its rise as an investment destination, with recent figures from the Australian Bureau Statistics revealing the level of finance committed to the construction of new dwellings in the state is at its highest level in years. The … Continue reading

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Article of interest re Land Supply; Growth; Brisbane Vacancy Rates

Queensland discussion regarding theoverdue for a growth spurt as at 22-5-15 A quick glance at the numbers makes for exciting reading for Queensland investors. Since 2009, dwelling values in Brisbane have only risen by 7.7%, compared to the massive 59.1% … Continue reading

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Post Budget Calm by Craig James – Switzer Broker

In Australia, economic data or events will be in short supply in the coming week with minutes of the last Reserve Bank Board meeting and consumer sentiment data vying for attention. In the US, the minutes of the last central … Continue reading

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Post Budget Calm by Craig James – Switzer Broker

In Australia, economic data or events will be in short supply in the coming week with minutes of the last Reserve Bank Board meeting and consumer sentiment data vying for attention. In the US, the minutes of the last central … Continue reading

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Budget lowdown – the winners, the losers by Craig James

Did the Government get it right? The short-term goal of the Federal Budget is to build confidence. Last year confidence was badly knocked around by the rhetoric of “Budget emergency” and “End of the age of entitlement”. A government should … Continue reading

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