Police Bank Property Tips

Keeping you up to date with the property market

and giving you tips on how to improve your home

Where should you look to invest in Sydney

Sydney is one of the most popular places for people to buy property – and are we surprised? The city saw fantastic results in property growth last year, and it’s still holding its ground as a top contender for one of the best investment cities in the country. After all, CoreLogic RP Data has reported […]

Information is current at date of publication: 9:08am Monday, April 4, 2016

How to choose a property to retire to

Retirement is a reward for all the hard work you have done in your life so far, and what better gift to yourself could there be than ensuring you spend your last home loan wisely? When people are young, they want to be close to the city and the action; when they have a family […]

Information is current at date of publication: 9:40am Wednesday, March 23, 2016

How to cater to the new generation of renters

A good tenant is something that every landlord wants. Someone who pays on time, doesn’t take liberties with the property and is in general an easy person to get along with. However, sometimes it can feel like these sorts of people can be few and far in between. So if you’re having trouble finding a […]

Information is current at date of publication: 10:10am Tuesday, March 22, 2016

How does March’s cash rate decision affect different industries?

Any Police Bank Member who is keeping an eye on interest rates, whether to take out a home loan or swipe a credit card, could learn a thing or two from watching the cash rate. This is a figure set by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) each month, which will influence monetary movements and […]

Information is current at date of publication: 1:44pm Thursday, March 3, 2016

How will changes to negative gearing affect NSW?

For people who are thinking about investing in property, there are potential changes approaching in the horizon. These revolve around planned changes to the rules of negative gearing in Australia, and could dramatically affect the real estate landscape in this country. For those unfamiliar to property investment, a negatively geared home is one with a […]

Information is current at date of publication: 1:35pm Tuesday, March 1, 2016