Beat the 2020 property price rise

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The property train is leaving the station. If you want to get on board – RUN, don’t walk!

After recently experiencing the largest property downturn in 40 years, the Australian residential market is moving again. In fact, experts are predicting a 5.4 per cent increase in national housing prices in 2020.

In the last four months alone, property has moved 2.9 per cent, with Sydney and Melbourne leading the charge. The movement is being spurred by lower rates and the loosening of lending regulations, which leads to increased confidence among buyers.

Our local region was one of the few in the country that wasn’t overly affected by the recent downturn, so we can only assume we will continue to thrive in a heightened market.

Jump on board before the train departs and leaves you stranded at the station. Contact us today.

We have had excellent service and communication with our property manager who always seems to go the extra mile in ensuring that both landlord and tenant are satisfied and the property is in good order.

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