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Top 10 property hotspots WA australia

Terry Ryder, of hotspotting.com.au, has released his annual list of WA's top "hotspots" - suburbs and towns where there is potential for good capital growth or better-than-average rental yields. While the locations are little changed from last year, the reasons for buying have.
Below top ten  “Property hotspots” list  has been compiled by Terry ryder of Hotspotting.com.au
Top 10 property hotspots (source: Terry Ryder)
Albany: Lifestyle features, government decisions, urban renewal
Broome: Lifestyle features, boom town, government decisions
Bunbury: Transport infrastructure, boom town, lifestyle features

Geraldton: Boom town, government decisions, transport infrastructure
Joondalup: Government decisions, lifestyle features, transport infrastructure
Karratha: Boom town, government decisions, lifestyle features

Merredin: Boom town, government decisions
Port Hedland: Boom town, government decisions

Rockingham: Ugly ducklings, government decisions, transport infrastructure, lifestyle features
Waroona: Boom town, transport infrastructure

Property Investment Books Australia
Property Investments and Their Financing


Your Investment Property - How To Choose It, Pay for It And Triple Your Returns in 3 Years By Someone Who Did It in 2


Australia Privatization Programs And Regulations Handbook (World Business, Investment and Government Library)


How You Could Build a $10 Million Property Portfolio in Just 10 Years


Insider Real Estate: The Insider's Guide To Selling Real EstateHome Truths: Property Ownership and Housing Wealth in AustraliaDoing Business And Investing in Australia (World Business, Investment and Government Library)Australia Business & Investment Opportunities Yearbook

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    ES appears to have mostly decoupled from the Euro, and the bond and US FX markets are just acting kind of weird. Flight to safety or flight to inflationary monetary practices?

    When the old school practices of safe haven are tried, and a Gila Monster is lurking therein --- perhaps then the real panic starts.


    ES did a nice backtest on the 100% channel of the PRS 133. Unfortunately unless you were trading late Thursday, uh, I was doing drywall....ouch. But was 50% in on a short futures, so that was nice.

    This is expiry, so Monday and Tuesday next week can definitely see some big moves. I will remain 50% short.

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