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How to read property market cycles

How to read property market cycles

by Ryan Crawford 0 comments
Ryan Crawford

There has been a lot of speculation in the media lately about property prices – particularly in the north-west of Western Australia.

 

This has led investors to ask a host of questions such as: how will house prices perform in the next five years? Is the mining boom over? Can real estate markets start the boom cycle again?

Crawford Property Group's group director Ryan Crawford explains why investors need to understand the property market 'clock' in these areas to buy in before the boom.

 

 

How to read property market cycles
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Ryan Crawford has been involved in the property investment industry for over 10 years, making the transition from investor to real estate professional. His agency, Crawford Property Group (CPG), was recently named the fastest growing real estate company in Australia by BRW’s Fast Starters Awards. CPG was also a finalist for Independent of the Year at the inaugural 2013 Australian Real Estate Awards. Social media has been a key element of CPG's business development strategy since the group launched in 2008. CPG's Facebook page recently hit 30,000 likes and has become one of its primary sources of new business.

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