There is no shortage of hotspot lists.
Too many Australians buy property armed with nothing more than poorly understood clichés. The challenge for property investors is to buy in an upwards cycle ahead of the pack, but it's not easy.
Property Observer's experts will guide your thinking and provide principles and tools to help you beat the investment herd. Experts include valuation firm WBP, Metropole Property Investment Strategists, and the latest research compiled by RP Data.
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Property Observer is Australia's number one property investment website for investors and savvy buyers, featuring property news, property information, market forecasts and expert commentary and analysis.
Every day, we provide authoritative coverage about the homes we live in and the investments we make.
We deliver to readers the best property news, advice and analysis from Australia's residential and commercial property markets.
Our industry leading experts deliver wisdom on winning ways in property and provide the fundamental knowledge you need to play the property game.
The site is published by Private Media, an internet publishing company that is owned by some of Australia's most experienced media practitioners including Eric Beecher, Marina Go, John Addis, and Chong Weng-Ho.
Property Observer was co-founded by Jonathan Chancellor
"I have been writing about property for more than 25 years, and I've learnt that getting passionate about property is easy. Getting it right is trickier. I intend for Property Observer to be property central, providing the essential news and analysis on the ins and outs of property. We will cover the capital cities, up and down the coast, and inland to the regional towns and the bush.
We will offer plenty of authoritative coverage about the homes we live in and the investments that top up our incomes.
Property Observer will showcase the best houses and apartments and all the big-name buyers and sellers. We will also keep a watchful eye on new developments, and the plush over-55 developments that seek out the growing band of empty nesters."
Jonathan Chancellor, Editor, Property Observer