Saturday, May 14th, 2011

The many conflicting messages in the media have left many home owners and property investors wondering where our property markets are heading.

To help Australians understand what’s going to happen to the value of their home sand investment properties Michael Yardney one of Australia’s leading property experts in wealth creation through investment property explains what’s ahead in his latest video market update.

You can view it here:

Watch as Michael Yardney, CEO of Metropole Property Investment Strategists delves into his memory to see what we can learn from previous cycles.

“There has been increasing concern about economic problems overseas plus reports of further interest rate rises on the horizon. No wonder so many investors are wondering what comes next? The problem is that many of these investors have not owned properties throughout a complete property cycle and don’t understand that the current lull is just part of the normal property cycle” says Yardney.

He explains this in much more detail in his current market update blog here:

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Metropole Property Strategists

Metropole Property Strategists helps Australians become financially free through independent, unbiased property advice.

We help beginning investors buy their first property, experienced investors add to their portfolio and sophisticated investors "manufacture" capital growth by becoming property developers.

Over the years the Multi Award Winning Team at Metropole have bought, sold, financed, developed, advised, negotiated for and project managed hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars worth of property transactions to create substantial wealth for their clients. And we can do the same for you.

We help our clients create financial independence by building lasting wealth through growing a high-performing property portfolio.
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