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CoreLogic has released their April property market review and it looks like it’s all growth for Melbourne. Melbourne’s property market has continued to produce high levels of capital gains for investors. As stated by CoreLogic, this strong growth is primarily related to high demand which has been driven predominantly by increases in the population since 2009. CoreLogic

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The State Government of Victoria has recently announced a range of new initiatives for first homebuyers. These changes come into effect 1 July 2017 and include the following: The removal of stamp duty for homes – both new and established – under $600,000;  Scaled stamp duty reductions for homes – both new and established –

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The monthly CoreLogic Hedonic Home Value Index reported a further rise in the value of capital city dwellings in February, with values rising 1.4% over the month. Melbourne has remained at the top of the capital gain tables over the past two cycles. Since the beginning of 2009,  the Melbourne housing market values are 87.7% higher. The

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Would you be surprised if I told you that making millions, or even being a ‘savvy saver’, has more to do with your attitude towards money than how much you make or spend? Those who become wealthy possess certain characteristics that influence their relationship with money. They are more frugal and less inclined to waste

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