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Timing is everything: Signs you should invest in a suburb

ByJames Brown

If you're mulling over the idea of purchasing investment real estate in Burpengary, ensuring you do your research is crucial to making a smart, profitable decision. One thing to keep in mind is whether or not your chosen suburb is in a period of growth or not.  

After all, if the area is starting to see a downturn in activity, it could be worth rethinking your investment strategy. On the other hand, if the market is beginning to see an upswing, building your portfolio in the region could be great for your future. 

What are some signs of a strong market?

One of the first things to look for is a growing auction clearance figure. As more people begin to move into the region, the potential for infrastructure investment and a strengthening economy sow the seeds for future development and population growth. 

Similarly, a falling vacancy rate implies more people are beginning to rent real estate in the suburb. As an investor, a higher demand for accommodation means more potential tenants are willing to move into your homes – and, in turn, pay you a regular rental income. 

These two figures are just a small glimpse at the various factors potential investors should consider. Get in touch with a local real estate agent in Burpengary to discuss these and other aspects of the market in more detail before making a property decision. 

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