Uncovering hot property markets, today. Hotspotting has always been about helping investors find the best location to buy based on quality research. The Hotspotting Podcast is a Real Estate Property Investment show and delivers this information and more! In each episode Terry Ryder from Hotspotting will bring you knowledge and interesting conversation on everything a property buyer wants and needs to know to make informed decisions. From unravelling the latest data, trends and market statistics, discussing areas of growth and the bigger issues influencing Australia’s property landscape. Whether you're a seasoned property investor or you're buying your first home, we’re here to build your knowledge. Knowledge gives you the power to make smarter investment choices.
About Terry Ryder
Terry Ryder is the founder of hotspotting.com.au.
For 32 years, Terry Ryder has been a specialist researcher/writer on residential property in Australia. In 2006 he created Hotspotting.com.au to help investors find the best places to buy. Terry’s reports and commentary are based quality data and information. His views are totally independent and free of vested interests or outside influences.
Why Invest In Brisbane?
All of a sudden, everyone wants to own a piece of Brisbane.
There are four key reasons why Brisbane is blipping so loudly on the radar screens of investors:-
The market is now rising strongly after a decade of only moderate growth
Brisbane real estate is half the price of Sydney
Queensland is seen as a safe haven
The 2032 Olympics is a game changer
So what does all this mean for real estate? And which locations should real estate consumers be targeting?
Affordability, rising sales, price growth - Adelaide has it all!
Adelaide is the big improver among the city markets in 2021 and continues to be the nation’s most under-rated capital city.
Two-thirds of suburbs across the Adelaide metropolitan area now have rising sales activity.
Adelaide’s median house price has increased 21% in the past 12 months.
The appeal of Adelaide includes its relative affordability.
Against this background, we have just published our new edition of Top 5 Adelaide Hotspots.
What to do with the money saved in lockdown – Now!
Australians in lockdown or operating under travel restrictions are saving lots of money.
Research data shows we’ve collectively saved $60 billion from not being able to travel overseas in the past 12 months.
Other research suggests Australians are putting that money into investments or renovations.
Hotspotting founder Terry Ryder was joined by award-winning mortgage broker Louise Lucas of The Property Investment Company to discuss how people can make their savings work best for them in real estate.
How Do We Predict Where Prices Will Rise?
The best way to chart what’s happening with individual property markets around Australia is to look at the sales activity.
Sales volumes data does inform the future. It tells us where prices are likely to rise, and where prices may stop rising, or possibly fall.
We marry sales volumes with information about vacancy rates and prices to produce one of our most popular reports, The Price Predictor Index.
Get a copy to be informed about individual markets right across Australia.
Affordability & Growth - Cheapies with Prospects
The key question for many investors and home buyers is: Where can you buy that still offers good value for money and has good prospects for future growth?
At Hotspotting we seek to answer those questions with the reports we call the Cheapies with Prospects.
The Cheapies Bundle comprises two reports which together offer 10 locations across Australia that offer both affordability and the basic credentials for capital growth.
So get yourself this Bundle today-www.hotspotting.com.au/product/cheapies-bundle/
How Can I Claim Depreciation When My House Has Grown 20% in Value?
If you have trouble getting your head around the concept of depreciation of houses and apartments, you are not alone.
It’s puzzling for many investors that the value of their building is depreciating in value, at a time when property values are rising so strongly right across Australia.
But, in simple terms, it’s the land content that appreciates in value – while the structure and the fixtures and fittings depreciate in value over time.
Property Bull Perspective and excellent local knowledge
A great source for the property bull perspective and the ‘upside’ case post Corvid-19
However, Terry does critique the media for not having an in-depth understanding of the complexity of the property market.
I find it slightly ironic that Terry places strong faith in Chinese stimulus and a subsequent resource boom when his is not a China or Resources expert.
There is no mention that Chinas massive debt is concerning the CCP and their explicit goal to become a consumer economy and significantly reduce its demand on iron ore and coal.
With regard to resources, oil has crashed, this may become a contagion for other natural resources.
Terry has an anchor bias that assumes a boom because that’s what happened in the GFC. He may be right, but not pointing out the downside risk from China is an oversight.
Despite this I enjoy the podcast, his excellent local knowledge and micro post code perspective is great 👍
Generally good content although would prefer longer episodes. Sound quality is terrible. It would be great if Terry would invest in a decent mic, they don’t cost that much these days. Would be 5 stars if the sound quality was as per the 2020 standards and not 90ies.
Really enjoy the conversation between Terry & Drew on a topic that can be like a minefield. Adding this podcast to the list!