Elite Australian soldiers sold property investments by Hugh Ochremienko that went sour - Herald Sun

Herald Sun

Elite Australian soldiers sold property investments by Hugh Ochremienko that went sour
Herald Sun
But former Royal Australian Navy diver Hugh Ochremienko, now a Gold Coast-based property spruiker, denied his clients had lost money. He told the Herald Sun a citywide decline in prices and general delays in receiving government subsidies were offset ...
Hugh Ochremienko, who got Aussie war heroes to invest in property developments that went sourCourier Mail

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$51 billion budget bonus in Greens plan to curb negative gearing - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

$51 billion budget bonus in Greens plan to curb negative gearing
The Sydney Morning Herald
The third leg of the plan would limit existing negative gearers to one property. Only 583,000 out of Australia's 1.5 million property investors invest in two or more investment properties. The deductions available for second or more properties would ...

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Infrastructure key to balanced property investment - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Infrastructure key to balanced property investment
The Sydney Morning Herald
According to Peter Studley, of Dexus, investors in office and industrial property are experiencing strong investment returns. On average Australian wholesale property funds returned 12 per cent in the past financial year. "Over the financial year 2017 ...

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From 13-year-old boy to savvy property investor: meet Akira Ellis - dailytelegraph.com.au

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From 13-year-old boy to savvy property investor: meet Akira Ellis
dailytelegraph.com.au
A 13-year-old Gosford boy has become one of the youngest property investors in Australia. Akira Ellis was the inaugural winner of the Young Renovator's Scholarship Program established by Renovating For Profit founder Cherie Barber. The program teaches ...


JLL lists the next wave of Chinese developers in Australia - Your Investment Property

JLL lists the next wave of Chinese developers in Australia
Your Investment Property
At least 10 Chinese investors and developers who have yet to make their mark on Australian property are preparing to make their foray despite a recent slowdown in corporate activity, driven by the PRC's upcoming National Congress and stricter foreign ...


Chinese investment in Australian property could fall as much as $16b in 2017 - Domain News

Domain News

Chinese investment in Australian property could fall as much as $16b in 2017
Domain News
Chinese buyers have turned off the Australian investment property market, with 43 per cent of Chinese agents surveyed by Investorist saying they would stop selling Australian property to their clients. In 2016, Chinese investment reached a high of $31 ...
China to spend $104bn on property this yearAustralian Broker

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Greenland pens deal with Provectus Care to build aged care facilities in China - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Greenland pens deal with Provectus Care to build aged care facilities in China
The Australian Financial Review
More projects may be in the pipeline with the Yunnan government setting up a healthcare property trust, covering hospitals and rehabilitation and aged care. Sunshine Australia is in talks with the government investment trust about a possible partnership.


Cooling Australian property market would be good for Domain and REA: Citi - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review

Cooling Australian property market would be good for Domain and REA: Citi
The Australian Financial Review
Australia's property market is facing a cooling period, but Citi reckons Fairfax Media's Domain and New Corporation majority-owned REA Group will benefit from increased listings. The US-based investment bank upgraded both Fairfax, publisher of The ...

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Christmas comes in July for real estate investors — here's why - dailytelegraph.com.au

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Christmas comes in July for real estate investors — here's why
dailytelegraph.com.au
Christmas comes in July (or August) for property investors because many have a big tax refund heading their way soon, or at least some big tax deductions to offset their other income. The latest Australian Taxation Office data shows that property ...

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How to bring balance to investment portfolios - The Australian

The Australian

How to bring balance to investment portfolios
The Australian
They showed that a majority of investors have only a single portfolio and are heavily exposed to Australian equities and investment property, irrespective of whether they define themselves as being conservative or aggressive in terms of their risk ...


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