Rental returns tipped to rise
2010 looms as top year for Investors
Research by property analysts Australian Property Monitors predicts that 2010 will be a good year for investors, with the average weekly rent in Brisbane likely to hit $400 a week by the end of they year (see link to article below).
This is good news for anyone who owns an investment property.
In Queensland, APM figures show that the median weekly asking rent for houses in Brisbane rose 2.9 percent last year to $360 a week.
The story was even more positive for units, which went up almost 8 percent to $340 a week.
With Queensland’s population continuing to increase by about 2,000 people each week – and with most settling in south-east Queensland – the prospects for investment returns are looking good.
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Currently, prorentals.com.au properties are securing rental returns averaging $420 a week, compared with the average Brisbane asking price of $360 (see article above).
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February the month for romance
A quick Internet search sheds some light on this popular day, revealing that:
– Valentine could have been a priest in Rome during the third century who continued to marry couples despite a decree by Emperor Claudius II that outlawed marriage for young men. When Valentine’s defiance was discovered, Claudius ordered that he be put to death.
– Valentine may have sent the first “valentine” greeting himself. While in prison, it is believed that Valentine fell in love with a young girl who visited him during his confinement. Before his death, it is alleged that he wrote her a letter, which he signed “From your Valentine”.
– In 496AD, Pope Gelasius set aside February 14 to honor St Valentine.
– Gradually, February 14 became the date for exchanging love messages and St Valentine became the patron saint of lovers.
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