A Comprehensive Guide to Property Investment in Australia

We cover the pros and cons of each Australian city, and help you understand the best investment for your unique situation.

Buying property continues to be a popular investment choice for many Australians. Given the strength of the property market over the years and the regular government and tax incentives for homeownership, it’s often considered one of the best ways to invest in Australia.

Investment properties are primarily bought for one purpose: to produce an income .  Unlike buying your own home, buying an investment property shouldn’t be an emotional decision suited to your lifestyle. Instead, your focus should be whether it’s going to build wealth for your future – and is it something that you can afford.

In this guide, we cover some of the pros and cons of property investing, as well as some general tips about the different ways to approach it.

Sydney Harbour
The nation’s largest capital city, with a leading economy powered by a range of industries, including finance, education, construction, technology and healthcare. Coupled with the Government’s multibillion dollar infrastructure program, Sydney is a must-have investment for anyone growing their investment portfolio.
Australia’s second largest city with the potential to outpace Sydney in the next decade, Melbourne continues to rank one of the world’s most liveable cities. A major tourist destination with world-leading amenities and infrastructure, it’s little wonder Melbourne is an important property location for an investment portfolio.
Australia’s third largest city and the envy of most – Brisbane is renowned for its great weather, laidback lifestyle and vibrant outdoors. Buying an investment property in Brisbane offers significant appeal, particularly for new investors as the values are almost half of Sydney and Melbourne, but with a strong infrastructure plan designed to accommodate its growing population.
Perth property market
The fourth largest city in Australia, with diversification into tourism and education, and mining now picking up, Perth’s economy is certainly looking up. Add to this the amazing climate, lifestyle and affordability and it’s certainly an opportunity for budding and established property investors alike.
With a population of only 1.2 million, Adelaide is certainly one of the smaller capital cities in Australia, but it’s also a leader in innovation with strong environmental credentials and ‘smart city’ infrastructure. Couple this with its great wine and festival culture, and affordable housing market, and it’s easy to see why it’s an attractive option for property investors.
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Gold Coast
Australia's largest non-capital city, the Gold Coast is a mecca for surf, sun and lifestyle seekers - hosting over 10.5 million visitors every year. Investment in the area is forecast to continue and accelerate over the next 10-15 years and as a co-host of the recently awarded 2032 Olympics, the future on the Gold Coast is looking extremely bright.
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