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Terry Ryder's Tuesday Wrap 25th February 2020

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Release Date: 02/27/2020

Terry Ryder on #gotmoney property update show art Terry Ryder on #gotmoney property update

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Terry Ryder joins Elizabeth Jackson from Joy FM to talk about the big disconnect between the mainstream media “doom and gloom” narrative about real estate and what’s really happening for the 2/3rds of the population, who live outside the major capital cities. According to Terry, outside the big cities, where there are strong markets and low vacancy rates, its just about the best time ever for new home buyers or renters. They take a data trip around the capital cities to see where the recovery is happening fastest (spoiler alert it's Hobart and Perth) and try to gauge when Sydney and...

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Exodus to Affordable Lifestyle: National Top 10 show art Exodus to Affordable Lifestyle: National Top 10

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The strongest trend to impact Australian real estate in the 21st Century is currently sweeping the nation. The Exodus to Affordable Lifestyle is creating growth in regional cities and towns which is putting Sydney and Melbourne in the shade.

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How Timely Advice Can Save You A Small Fortune show art How Timely Advice Can Save You A Small Fortune

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Legal advice at the right time is essential for investors It's important for investors to build their team before they build their property portfolio. One of the critical members of any investor's team is a lawyer who specializes in real estate. Investors must seek expert input before signing contracts and before deciding on essential questions, including the right structure to buy the property. Too many seek to cut expenses by avoiding this essential advice and end up costing themselves thousands of dollars. This webinar, hosted by Terry Ryder with special guest Tom Wood of FC Lawyers will...

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Good News Bulletin 13 October 2020 show art Good News Bulletin 13 October 2020

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Three important pieces of research were published today by SQM Research, which is one of Australia’s most useful sources of data on real estate markets across the nation. The figures depicted the latest situation with house prices, vacancy rates and rents – and they all add to the generally positive scenario for housing markets in Australia. And the three sets of figures also show that Sydney and Melbourne are the exceptions to the rule. The data on vacancies shows that the national average vacancy rate in September was 2%, unchanged from August. But looking at the detail, five of our...

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Ryder Report October 2020 show art Ryder Report October 2020

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The new October 2020 edition of The Ryder Report has been framed at a particularly exciting time for real estate markets across Australia.   As I was writing this report, the data on property price performance during September was published.   The CoreLogic figures showed that six of the eight capital cities produced price growth in September and the SQM Research figures indicated that seven of the eight cities delivered some level of price growth.   And most of the regional market jurisdictions also had growth.   According to SQM Research, the national average performance...

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Good News Bulletin 07 October 2020 show art Good News Bulletin 07 October 2020

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Australia is on the cusp of a national real estate boom - in this broadcast, I explain why

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Good News Bulletin 29 September 2020 show art Good News Bulletin 29 September 2020

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How long does it take a typical young couple to save a deposit to buy a first home in the current environment?   The answer is: Less than a year in most of our capital cities and less than 18 months in Sydney.   But you wouldn’t know it if you’ve tuned into the headlines over the past week, in the wake of another piece of bogus “research” generated by a publicity-seeker.   Media treatment of this “report” would have us believe it takes over six years for the typical young couple to save a deposit.   How did we arrive at this disconnect between reality and media...

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Top 5 NSW Regional Hotspots - September 2020 Edition show art Top 5 NSW Regional Hotspots - September 2020 Edition

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The trend I call the Exodus to Affordable Lifestyle is the strongest impacting real estate right across Australia – and many parts of Regional NSW are well situated to benefit from it. Regional centres in NSW are also well-placed to thrive from other core factors that are impacting real estate markets: • first-home buyers are the most active cohort in the market, • locations with the pandemic well under control are doing well with their local economies and real estate markets, and • locations with low vacancies are seeing upward pressure on rents and sales prices. Many locations across...

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Good News Bulletin 22 September 2020 show art Good News Bulletin 22 September 2020

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Some of the economists who six months ago predicted big falls in property prices are now changing their positions. Firstly, because the collapse in property prices that they forecast hasn’t happened - and secondly because the forward indicators suggest there is growth ahead. Westpac was one of those who suggested back in March that we would see a significant decline in prices but is now predicting a very moderate decrease from peak to trough. And it’s also now forecasting big price increases in our major cities in the next few years. For example, Brisbane house prices are expected to rise...

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Top 5 Adelaide Hotspots Sept 2020 show art Top 5 Adelaide Hotspots Sept 2020

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Adelaide has been one of the strongest capital city markets throughout the pandemic period. While average house values have edged downwards in Sydney and Melbourne, Adelaide has had a series of growth months since February 2020. In the six months covering March to August, Adelaide had four months in which house prices grew and one in which there was no change. Only one of the pandemic months produced a slight decrease in Adelaide house prices. And only Canberra among the capital cities has done better than that. Partly this is because Adelaide has contained the virus better than most cities....

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