Capital growth is actually super easy to find when you understand which leading indicators to monitor.
As an investor I’m constantly searching for the most under valued capital city in Australia.
Once I’ve identified which city is undervalued (tip – right it’s Brisbane), I then look for the most undervalued part of the city (tip – right now its South and West Brisbane, as well as the beaches on the Northern and Southern sides of the city), and then the suburbs which have had strong long term gains, but average performance over the last ten years.
Once I have the city, part of the city and suburb nailed, I look to DSR, vacancy rates, average household incomes, days on market and the percentage of owner-occupiers, along with another 50 to 60 indicators to find an investment property with the potential for medium and longer-term capital gains.
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