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Choosing Australia As Your Next Investment Destination

Todays Date: December 10, 2018

Whether you are studying, working, travelling or deciding to settle in Australia, it is an attractive destination, with gorgeous beaches, geographical formations, tropical rainforests and minimal diverse population.

The affordable property prices and lovely warm climate has attracted people, from all around the world, to invest in the Australian Property Market. Cheaper housing and a huge cut in interest rates in 2008, not only helped existing homeowners meet their mortgage repayments but saw foreign investors investing in both commercial and residential real estate.

Every year, more and more people visit Australia and the country is now proud of one of the strongest economies in the world. A safe investment arena, like its neighbouring countries of New Zealand and Canada, Australia has seen a dramatic increase in the tourism industry over the last 20 years or so, and people from all over the world visit the country all year round.

Major cities such as Canberra, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney see the highest property prices, however, as you move out, suburb by suburb, prices decrease and a good investment can still be found. Tourism is on the increase, so investing in property associated with the tourism industry will not only reward you with a rental income but also see a handsome return on your investment only after a few years.

Purchasing real estate for foreigner’s is fairly simple, however, permission from the FIRB (Foreign Investment Review Board) must first be received and this can take up to six to eight weeks.

Over the last twenty years or so years there has been a substantial rise in buyers investing in more rural properties, which have much lower price tags, but are relatively near a public commute gateway. This kind of property is also becoming more popular with tourists. A sizeable deposit will be needed if you are looking at investing in major cities. As in most other countries, real estate in key areas like this also come with a much higher price tag.

The demand for property associated with the tourism industry is also high as more and more people visit the country every year for either, holidays, backpacking or living permanently. Wise investors can not only earn a nice rental income from the property but a good return on their investment over the years.

Real Estate prices, throughout Australia, have remained stable, even throughout the global economic crisis, and experienced investors are making the most from cheaper property prices in the neighbouring suburbs. Thanks to tight Government lending rules, repossessions have been kept to a minimum, making Australia a good investment destination for many an investor.

Throughout Australia there are many good investment opportunities available and whether you are investing in commercial property, residential, rural or a rental apartment a good return on your investment can still be made.

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