Will Property Prices Rise or Fall In 2022? Track This Metric

Will property prices rise or fall in 2022? The key data point to watch

Almost every day, there seems to be a new headline in the media, reinforcing the belief that the property market is going to decline.

And I know many are starting to believe it.

But what if the headlines didn’t paint the whole picture?

What if they were just cherry picking “evidence” to support their stories?

And what if there was a key data point you could track that could help you see for yourself if the property market was going to rise or fall?

Well, the good news is there is.

But it’s counterintuitive. Most investors would never even stop to consider it.

But I know from my 20 years of property investing experience that once you start considering this key data metric…

You’ll stop worrying about opinions of others or what “people” say in the headlines.

You’ll be able to make property investing decisions with complete clarity and confidence.

Sound too good to be true?

You need to check out this week’s video.

In particular you’ll discover…

*** How to pick the suburbs with the best growth potential while avoiding the ones that are flatlining (Yes, some suburbs will rise in value from 2022, despite what you might hear elsewhere)

*** Is your opinion of the Australian property market based on what’s happening in your local area? Discover why that’s a bad idea… and what to do instead

*** Could you be basing your investing decisions on misinformation and “fake news”? Discover how to get the facts so you can make the right decision for your future

There is no doubt that 2022 is going to be a very different year to 2021.

And if you want to make the right property investing decisions, you need to know which data metrics to track.

That’s what I cover in 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.


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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