Interest in the Australian property market has significantly increased from Hong Kong and UK.
A sudden rush of well-off immigrants could drive Sydney and Melbourne housing prices to even more unaffordable levels.
The fraying relations between Beijing and Canberra are likely to worsen the Australian real estate market that relies on Chinese money for its recent vigour.
A fundamental shift in Hong Kong’s economy is starting to take place.
Hong Kong private home prices in February posted the biggest monthly decline since November 2018, falling 2.1% as the coronavirus spread across the financial ce…
See this weeks SMATS FX market report for the USD, AUD, NZD, EUR and GBP.
A Q&A with Steve Douglas, who started his own company, SMATS Group. Over the past 16 years, Mr Douglas has expanded his global reach to specialise in expatriate…
Australian Property Investor Magazine
Australia appears to be heading in the right direction out of the COVID crisis, but there remains more questions than answers for commercial property investors.
Amid the mixed signals in the Melbourne property market are warning signs and hints that the worst is over.
Homebuyers are prioritising lot size over near-city locations and the size of new houses is growing at its fastest rate in more than a decade, with the COVID-inspired shift of buying preferences expected to be a lasting phenomenon.
Hobart continues to lead the nation for profit-making home sales, with profitability across markets tipped to rise in the coming months as low mortgage rates, improving economic conditions and rising consumer sentiment combine to result in an increase in happy vendors.
A lack of housing stock for sale has become a national theme as property markets position themselves for a vaccination-led post-COVID recovery on steroids.
Cedar Woods CEO Nathan Blackburne tells us he is expecting a resurgence of investors in 2021, and also reveals the markets where the ASX-listed developer is banking on the biggest growth.
2020 has proven to be full of uncertainty due to the global pandemic, plummeting economic markets, closed boarders and increased political tensions. Many expatriates have been caught in the crosshairs and face uncertain futures.
This seminar is essential for anyone faced with the…
Join Steve Douglas as he examines the federal budget and what it means for the Australian economy moving forward.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg presented his Budget to Parliament on Tuesday the 6th October 2020. In submitting this budget, we gain a full insight into the real financ…
Your Repatriation Tax Questions Answered.
Join Steve Douglas, Executive Chair and Julie Kelley, Global Sales & Marketing Manager as they answer your Australian repatriation tax questions.
Book your 20 minute tax consult today or send us your questions via email to smats@smats…