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A survey of 1,200 Aussie investors, 82% say yes!

That’s what PIPA (Property Investment Professionals of Australia) found in their latest Annual Investor Sentiment Survey.

What’s more, the proposed changes to negative gearing and CGT influenced  75% of investor votes in the Federal Election:

“It’s clear that many investors, regardless of their political leanings, were fed up with being told they were ‘greedy’ when the vast majority only own property and are just trying to improve their financial futures” – PIPA Chairman Peter Koulizos.

Additionally, the impact of restricted lending  has led 60% of the investors surveyed to get finance outside the major banks.

The survey covered other questions such as:

Do you believe now is a good time to invest in residential property? 
Will you consider non-major bank lenders for your next mortgage?
What state capital do you believe offers the best investment prospects?
Do you intend to buy in a different state from the one you live in?

Check out this video (less than 3 mins) to find out how investors feel about these topics and more:

Want to read the full report?

Download your copy (PIPA website).

If you have any questions or comments give us a yell – we’d love to hear them.

Nick Holden

Nick Holden

Nick Holden is the Founder of Simple Property Investment and an insured, qualified Property Investment Advisor under the ASPIRE Network industry body. He is a Licensed Real Estate Agent, holds a Diploma of Financial Services (Financial Planning) and Cert IV Financial Services (Finance and Mortgage Broking). As there is no 'one size fits all' with property investment, he is on a mission to help ordinary Australians create wealth for their futures with personalised strategies and advice.