Sydney property boom “officially over”. What next for property investors around Australia?
The Sydney property boom is officially over according to these “experts”.
I agree but…
Many are saying this means the Australian property boom are over.
I think they are crying “wolf”.
Remember, the old story of the boy who cried wolf? He was a bored shepherd who thought it would be fun to run into the village crying “wolf” so that everyone would come, and he’d get some attention.
Of course, there was no wolf! (And when the wolves did come, nobody believed him anyway)
Right now, many experts are crying that the Australian property boom is over and are getting lots of attention.
Of course, they are wrong.
Yes, Sydney property price growth is essentially zero right now, but the Sydney property market is by no means a barometer for the rest of the country.
There are still many markets growing sharply.
In fact, there are even some suburbs in Sydney expected to grow sharply.
(Remember, when you invest, you don’t invest in a city but rather, you invest in a particular suburb)
However, there is no doubt that the market has changed from a few months ago, and you need to apply different strategies.
That’s what I cover in this week’s video.
Here’s a snapshot of what you’ll discover…
*** The critical data points that predict growth areas with pinpoint accuracy. (See what these data points are, and how to profit from them right now.)
*** Worried the property market might crash? What the government is doing to ensure that never happens
*** When it’s ok to believe the media headlines (as long as you do this)
Look, you don’t want to be the one who believed the people who “cry wolf” and end up missing out on opportunities to achieve your financial goals faster.
That’s why you need to watch this week’s video.
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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.
May 11, 2022
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