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Ultra Wealthy Keen To Buy In Australia
The number of ultra wealthy people in Australia is tipped to jump to 1,720 over the next five years and more of the world’s rich could soon be snapping up prestige Australian homes, a new report has found.
The number of people with net assets of $US50 million or more in Australia rose 9% last year to a total of 1,260, according to Knight Frank’s 2018 Wealth Report.
The figure is expected to jump 37% to 1,720 ultra wealthy people over the next five years.
Australia is the third most favoured country in the world for the ultra wealthy to move to, after Britain and the US, the research found.
And Australia was one of the top five countries where the world’s wealthiest plan to buy prestige homes this year, with particular interest from residents of Malaysia, Singapore, China, Hong Kong and the Philippines.
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The cash rate remains the same, at an all time low.
When do you think it will change?
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$Share Market Turmoil Sends Investors To Property$

Every time there is a share-market rout, the property market gathers
momentum as nervous investors seek alternate investments,
according to Property Observer editor Jonathan Chancellor.
“The wobbly Sydney property market might benefit from share
investors who don’t like the dynamic downturn that emerged on local
share markets coming out of the United States,” says Chancellor.
“Our shares went down around 3% in a day recently. It has taken about
eight months for Sydney prices to do that, according to CoreLogic,
with the median Sydney dwelling down around 3% to $884,000.
“At the end of the day property investors still have their bricks and mortar to drive past and admire.”
Chancellor notes that the Reserve Bank of Australia held rates again at its February meeting, although
lenders continue to make their own moves, both up and down.
“The central bank’s last move saw it go to 1.5% at the August 2016 meeting, so rates have been held steady
over three years and for 17 meetings. It is the longest run of steady rates ever.”
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Real Estate Investment Finance provides an opportunity to build your property portfolio
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When you feel like quitting, think about why you started. #Motivation.
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Looking to expand? Here's the key to buying a #secondhome. - http://goo.gl/207ftU

The Key to Buying a Second Home | Credit.com
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#Moneymatters. Check out these tips for #firsttime #homebuyers. - http://goo.gl/QuR2jI

Money Matters: Tips for first time home buyers
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Here's some questions you should ask yourself before #buying a #newhome. - http://goo.gl/YQylpz

4 questions to ask before purchasing a new home
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Don't stop until you're proud. #Motivation.
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#Successful people keep moving. #DontQuit.
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