MAXIMISING INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE IN RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY: A BRISBANE CASE STUDY
||MAXIMISING INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE IN RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY: A BRISBANE CASE STUDY
||17th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference in Milan, Italy
||One of the major fall outs from the Global Financial Crisis has been the decline in residential property construction, home lending and residential property prices. This has lead to an extent in a reduction in the number of small investors willing to commit funds to an investment market that is not seen to perform as well as other investment assets, particularly in relation to income return. With a decreasing supply of rental accommodation in the housing markets, less public housing being constructed by both State and Commonwealth Governments, there is the [potential for the residential property market to provide more substantial returns than previous years. This paper will analyse the current residential housing market in Brisbane, Australia to determine if there are sectors in this market that are outperforming the average income and total return for residential investment property and the variation in investemt performance across the various housing sub-markets.
||Residential property, investment performance, total returns, housing markets, house prices, property values, residential rents
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||Housing Economics (1)
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