Property Investment: The Myths and the Best Choices

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Property Investment: The Myths and the Best Choices

While everyone loves talking about property in Australia, the reality is that few people are experts.
Here are some of the most common property investment myths that you might hear:


Myths


House or Unit or Apartment. Which is the best investment?

New home buyers are always faced with two major property questions: where to buy and what to buy? While there are advantages to both houses and units, it is important to understand why you might choose either type of dwelling as your next investment property.

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