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Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in City Renters haggle Landlords hit by glut of apartments PUBLISHED: 10 hours 39 MINUTES AGO | UPDATE: 0 hour 5 MINUTES AGO Michael Bleby Falling rental yields point to price pressure Robert Harley | Rental boom days are over Jason Plevras paid $600,000 for a two-bedroom apartment in Melbourne’s Southbank last May. The off-plan unit was one of 237 in the 15-storey Sunday Apartments on ­Coventry Street that went on the market around the same time.  The real estate agent assured him he would have no trouble finding a tenant, Plevras says. “I remember when I was signing the contract to buy, I made clear that I was worried we won’t be able to rent it,” the 33 year old says.  “They said ‘renting will never be a problem. You’ll always have tenants’.” He waited three months before ­advertising the unit. His starting price was $600 a week, but that went down to...
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  • kddeed
    kddeed says #
    We were sucked in with all their crap with our investment property in Qld. Great area, great rents, the promise of increased prope
  • NABbed Nanna
    NABbed Nanna says #
    I absolutely feel sorry for these investors, but this has been coming for a long time and was eminently predictable in the long te
  • Aries
    Aries says #
    This is disastrous for property investors, no doubt most of them were lied to about how property and rents always go up. Careful c
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