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NSW: The next hotspots in Sydney for the property investors revealed

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With the rise of technology, property data seems more overwhelming than ever before, which ultimately presents a challenge for investors in every stage of their journey. How can they maximize resources and ultimately benefit from them over the long term?
CoreLogic Australia’s head of Australian research Eliza Owen said that property research involves more than crunching numbers. In fact, a critical part of studying the property landscape is looking at economic fundamentals such as employment, gross domestic product and the performance of various industries.
Ultimately, this information forms foundations for how the property market could move over a period of time, according to her.
Due to the many different factors to consider, data could understandably be confusing for most.
However, Ms Owen said that, in order to make smart decisions and maximise the use of data points, property investors simply must learn to contextualise data within an individual area over a long period of time.

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