Finding positively geared properties is a lot easier than many property marketers and buyer agents will have you believe.
In Australia there are some great resources and tools to help you find positively geared properties online.
These online resources can help you:
- Identify positively geared properties online
- Narrow your focus
- Speed up your search
- Make smarter investment decisions
- Save you time and money
This post will show you exactly where you should start your search for positively geared and cashflow positive property online.
How to find positively geared properties online:
Realestate.com is Australia’s No. 1 property site, attracting an average of 18.6 million visitors each month.
Realestate.com gives investors access to some great data and free reports, which can be used to make smarter investment decisions.
1. Suburb profile and market data
2. Investment insights
Realestate.com also provides investors with a range of property reports for a small fee.
1. Estimated value report
2. Detailed property report
3. Sales history report
4. Street sales report
5. Suburb sales report
6. Investor postcode report
On the House
onthehouse.com.au covers the Australian real estate market with a combination of property listings, sold property information, sold property reports, and analytical tools. By bringing together these essential offerings on the one site, browsers have a unique opportunity to stay on top of the market when searching, buying, selling or just watching property throughout Australia.
On the House also gives investors access to some great data and free reports, which can be used to make smarter investment decisions
On the House provides investors with a range of property reports:
These reports are all available at http://www.onthehouse.com.au/reports/
1. Property sales report
2. Street sales report
3. Suburb sales history
4. Postcode history report
5. For sale market report
6. Local area report
7. Comparative market analysis report
Herron Todd White (HTW) Month in Review Report
HTW provided a free resource called the Month in Review Report.
This report provides a detailed analysis of the residential housing market in Australia and profiles each state and major regional area in detail.
This report is an exceptional resource and will enable you to get a sense of how Australia’s residential housing market is currently performing.
Residex provides a whole suit of information to users in the housing and finance industries. Residex is the leading supplier of automated valuation models to the banking industry, provides residential property price estimations and trend data to the government and private enterprise and property forecasting to institutions and personal investors.
Residex is a great place to start your property research.
Residex gives investors access to some great data and free reports, which can be used to make smarter investment decisions.
1. State market report
- The state market report is a quarterly report that is available for each state / territory across Australia. It contains over 100 pages of statistics and dives into the suburb level for each state.
2. Predictions report
- The predictions report will enable you to identify suburbs ear marketed for potential capital gains.
3. The best rent report
- The best rent report is perfect if you are looking for a positively geared or best possible cash flow investment property without compromising capital growth opportunities in the long term.
4. Renovators report
- The renovators report helps you identify suburbs with the best renovation potential.
- Residex calculate the top 100 suburbs with renovation potential, and restrict the results to those most likely to produce the best future capital growth and rental returns.
Residex also provides investors with a number of additional high quality property reports. These are all available at http://www.residex.com.au/
Property Investment Magazines
There are a range of high quality property investment magazines in Australia including:
1. Australian Property Investor (API)
API aims to provide investors with the tools to make an informed decision.
In addition to property investment articles and market commentary, API also delivers property statistics from respected sources such as Australian Property Monitors, RP Data and SQM Research.
2. Your Investment Property Magazine
Your Investment Property carries the most comprehensive data section of any Australian property magazine, with extensive data on every suburb in Australia.
RP Data is Australia’s leading provider of property information, analytics and services to business and government services in Australia and New Zealand.
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