Archive for the ‘Manage’ Category

Questions & Answers Round 5: Australian Federal Election Negative Gearing Explained

With the 2019 Federal Election approaching this weekend, negative gearing has become a key campaign issue as each of the major parties offer significantly different policies should they win the election. In this video agent Stevan Vuk-Luboya explains what each policy means to Australians and their assets. Here we’ve outlined each major party’s election policies regarding negative gearing and the associated tax concessions. We’ve also taken a deeper look at what’s driving the debate, some key data to be aware of, what’s happening currently in the property market and the potential impact the changes could have on investors. What changes do the major parties... View article »
Posted in Buy, Manage, News, Sell on 16th May, 2019

Property price decline ahead of ALP negative gearing policy implementation

The NSW government is predicting a small reduction in house prices ahead of any implementation of the ALP's negative gearing policy, should Bill Shoten win office this month.It also expects a decrease in stamp duty revenue of $194 million over three years to NSW Treasury if the ALP is elected and successfully implements its controversial policy ending negative gearing. NSW Treasury modelling claims that transfer duty would decrease by 0.8 to 1.3 per cent in the three years to 2022-23 if Mr Shorten’s policy to stop negative gearing and increase capital gains tax for the purchase of existing properties, goes ahead... View article »
Posted in Buy, latest news, Manage, News, Rent, Sell on 9th May, 2019

Questions & Answers Round 4

This week agent Stevan Vuk-Luboya is talking about investors. You asked, we answered! 1. "What are your legal rights as an investor?" 2. What actions should you take if you planing on selling your investment property which is currently tenanted?" [caption id="attachment_1655" align="alignnone" width="700"] If you have a question and would like Stevan to answer it, please submit to info@propertynest.com.au or simply via Online form[/caption] View article »
Posted in Buy, latest news, Manage, News, Rent, Sell on 8th May, 2019

Questions & Answers Round 2

Property Nest has launched Questions & Answers last week, and today we are sharing Round 2. In this video, Agent Stevan Vuk-Luboya answer to these questions: 1. How do you compare last downturn in 2011-2012 with the current property downturn? 2. What buyers are looking for in current market? 3. What advise could you give to property investors? 4. What are the challengers for motivated sellers? If you have a question and would like Stevan to answer it, please submit to info@propertynest.com.au or simply via Online form here:  View article »
Posted in Buy, latest news, Manage, News, Rent, Sell on 17th April, 2019

What the Growth of Western Sydney Teaches Us About Investing Into Property

Throughout 2018, Australia’s population hit a milestone of 25 million, years ahead of the expectations of the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Strong levels of overseas migration and a robust health system saw our nation’s population grow faster than the majority of the OECD. Since 2000, our countries population has added the equivalent to the whole population of Queensland and this growth is still apparent today, with the ABS estimating Australia adds a new residents every 83 seconds. Possibly the biggest success story over this period in terms of property, was the growth of the Western Sydney market. A region that was... View article »
Posted in Buy, latest news, Manage, News, Rent, Sell on 16th April, 2019

Questions & Answers Round 1

Less than a week and a half ago, Property Nest has launched Questions & Answers. All questions received from Instagram, Facebook and E-mail will be feature in our Wednesday videos. Stay tuned! In this video, Agent Stevan Vuk-Luboya answer to audience questions: 1. Is it a good time to buy off the plan? 2. Would you auction your property in this market? 3. What is the most important factor achieving good sale price? View article »
Posted in Buy, latest news, Manage, News, Sell on 11th April, 2019

How Labor’s proposed tax reforms are effecting property investors

Investors should try to seal their property purchases before January 1 to lock in existing negative gearing tax breaks and capital gains tax discount rather than buy "riskier" newly-built property under Labor's proposed tax reforms, say financial advisers. Jonathan Philpot, a partner at accountants HLB Mann Judd, said investors "still had time" to acquire negatively-geared existing property if they wanted to build their wealth that way. "But they have to get their acts into gear now because it's a tougher process with the banks to get loans approved," he said. Mr Philpot discouraged investors from holding off and investing in riskier newly-built property... View article »
Posted in Buy, Manage, News, Rent, Sell on 2nd April, 2019

Ask Agent Stevan A Question About Real Estate

Posted in Buy, Manage, News, Rent, Sell on 28th March, 2019

Qualities of great Property Manager

When it comes to property managers, there are certain qualities you just can’t do without. Attention to detail With so much paperwork and important dates that need to be met regularly, attention to detail and organisation are critical skills your property manager simply has to have. Within the properties themselves, a property manager’s ability to pick up on the features and little details that will appeal to certain tenants will help to deliver happier tenants who’ll want to remain in the property longer, providing a more stable rental income to landlords. Passion If you rent long enough you might ran into a property manager who... View article »
Posted in Manage, News, Rent on 7th February, 2019

Sydney and Melbourne among the most expensive cities to live in 2019

The 15th Annual Dermographia International Housing Affordability Survey has revealed the most expensive cities to live in around the world. The study looked at 309 housing markets in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, the UK, and the US. It uses the “mean multiple” approach – the median house price divided by the median household income. The survey shows that the most “severely unaffordable major housing markets” are currently in Australia, New Zealand, and China. Sidney and Melbourne are among the top most expensive cities to live in 2019. 10 Most expensive cities to live in around the world in 2019, ranked my... View article »
Posted in Buy, Manage, News on 25th January, 2019