Investment Property Red Flags

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Investment Property Red Flags

While we all know that property prices have risen steadily in Australia for many decades, there is a big difference between the top-performing properties and those that have struggled.

While the suburb and area are important factors in property selection, many investors fail to identify some of the red flags that might weigh on a property’s potential for growth.

These are some of the most common red flags to look out for:


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