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Simon

Simon

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Craigieburn V Tarneit

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Hello friends


Any thoughts on which will achieve better capital growth? And why? TIA

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Rents look to be moving nicely in Tarneit. 

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MD Emren MD Emren

According to my research, over a period of time they will be the same..Craigieburn is more established but Tarneit has a huge Indian community targeting it...

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Joshua Joshua

Tarneit seems slightly better than Craigieburn with growth prospects. But my personal belief is Truganina will be even better. 

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