Sydney and Melbourne Property Prices Boomed After the Last Election. Could that Happen Again?

I’m hearing a few rumbles in the market place…

Experts saying that…

The lull and uncertainty in the Sydney and Melbourne property markets is due to “election uncertainty”

Apparently, these “experts” claim that it happens all the time… and in fact, now is the time to take advantage of a temporary lull before prices take off after the election.

They even use what happened after the previous Federal election in 2019 as evidence.

Remember what happened to property prices after the last election?

Well, apart from a temporary stutter during the worst of Covid, property prices rose in Sydney and Melbourne, after struggling before the election.

So is that what’s going to happen this time?

Check out my thoughts in this week’s video.

In particular you’ll discover…

*** The 3 key factors that affect the property market differently in 2022 (than they did in 2019). You need to understand what these are, or you could easily make some painful mistakes.

*** The big change to our economy that almost nobody else is talking about. Once you know what this is, it will change the way you look at investing in property (And give you a big advantage over others)

*** Why it’s never been better to be a “low risk” investor… and still make large gains

After you watch this video, my hope is you can then decide for yourself, what “advice” out there is valid… and invalid.

Check it out and leave me comment below


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Financial disclaimer: I am not your financial advisor and the opinions I share in this video are purely my opinions. This is not to be considered personal advice as it is general in nature.

Hi, my name is Niro Thambipillay and I’m the founder of Investment Rise. I think it’s important you feel comfortable and confident when making decisions about your financial future. Continue >>

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