Property investors who are looking for capital growth should not look at new housing estates.
New estates or ‘capital growth black zones” are generally
located on the outskirts of capital cities.
These estates tend to have a large supply of land that can
be developed and this leads to oversupply and insufficient demand- supply is
the enemy of capital growth.
According to SQM Research, one of the biggest signs of over-supply
is a vacancy rate of 10.5 per cent.
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Thursday, 6 February 2020