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Startling new research shows hundreds of thousands of rental properties have been stripped from rental markets around the nation with investors offloading properties in Victoria and Queensland in particular – the states leading the war on private landlords.
Rapidly rising interest rates have seen Aussie property investors forced to fork out tens of billions of dollars in extra mortgage repayments, new analysis has revealed.
The highest stamp duty in the country, a new land tax set to slug mum and dad investors, the threat of rent controls, and more than 100 tenancy reforms in two years has resulted in Victoria being named the worst State for renters in the nation.
The Victorian Government’s new investor land tax grab, announced in its State Budget today, will hurt aspirational and hardworking property owners the most, according to PIPA and PICA.
While Sydney and Melbourne regularly steal the property media headlines, it was our nation’s smaller capital cities that achieved the best median house price growth
Qualified Property Investment Adviser (QPIA) and longstanding expert property buyer and commentator, Veronica Morgan, has been elected to the Property Investment Professionals of Australia Board of Directors.
A survey of Property Investors Council of Australia (PICA) members has found many are struggling to keep up with their soaring mortgage repayments and are worried about what financially lies ahead for them with interest rates at the highest level in more than a decade.
Years of knee-jerk property policies and legislation created the current rental crisis.
At the 2023 PIPA Brisbane breakfast seminar, an expert panel outlined potential solutions to the critical rental undersupply, but also explained some of the reasons how the rental crisis was created.
An influx of new entrants into the property investment sector over recent years has flooded the market with inexperienced and untrained “faux” advisers, according to PIPA.
Research by a government-funded think-tank that supposedly proves rental reforms have no bearing on property investment activity is not only misguided but also grossly inaccurate of today’s rental market.
Nearly 30% of rental dwellings have been stripped from the Queensland market in two years as more than 160,000 investment properties were potentially sold to homebuyers, according to the 2022 Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) Annual Investor Sentiment Survey.
The push for a two-year rent freeze by the Queensland Greens fundamentally fails to understand average rental growth over the past decade and will increase homelessness as even more investors leave the market.
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