Thanks Ashish for your kind words. Yes surely we will be in touch with this forum as well as you in case we need any help.
Hi BudThanks Ashish..!
What is the evaluation criteria, especially in the current scenario to gauge areas which has bucked rental downfall? Most inner suburbs in Sydney has seen a steep fall in excess of 20% in rentals. This makes investment properties unattractive, especially with property rates declining non-proportionately to rental prices.
In other words, If I were to invest now on a investment property, should one wait, since more downfall is predicted post October? This prediction is based on rumours again as agents are offering crazy discounts and rent free period to lure renters into breaking their existing lease. Yes, I understand it is a long term game, but any money saved now, will be a big gain overall.
Domain, realestate suburb section, i also see realestate commercial website, abs statistics website, etcetera.Any pointers on where such a data can be sought?You also combine other stats like days on market, compare previous trends to see where a suburb falls in its cycle and it could be different to a state cycle in general.
Appreciate your overall response..!