In the last 5 years, New South Wales (specifically Sydney) has delivered on ‘near perfect’, if you are an investor. (If you are NRL State Origin supporter than this is the opposite case for you).Whilst the Sydney market is ‘in and out of the bubble’ talk of late, it is important to focus on the future. This is where Queensland has already turned the tide. With foreseeable smooth sailing to the Whitsundays!! There are so many great reasons why you should have an investment property in Queensland, if you haven't already. If you have, maybe it's time for another.
The Adelaide market, tends to increase at a steady pace, with consistent growth each year of around 2-4% (on average). Adelaide puts on a good show on why Adelaide isn't the poor uncle. Buying in Adelaide should be dependent on your property portfolio strategy. There is a very good chance it's won't be your first best option.
Is Perth worth a look in? A big thumbs down from me for investing in Perth. It’s a great place to visit and the people are super friendly and give you the time of day. But dropping your cash in Perth at this moment in time, I would recommend against this move. For My reasons to stay away keep reading.
Buying Property Investment Overseas is definitely worth the investigation. What's appealing about the US property market is generally, the low price points, starting at approximately $25,000. Very attractive to Australian investors. With pricing like this you think you can’t lose. Well, I will tell you can, and people do. More than ever, working with trusted experts, is essential.