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Getting back on track in 2019

With most of the capital city markets slowing through the latter of 2018, the tables have finally turned in 2019 to a buyer's market and now is the ripe time for investors to enter the market and get their portfolio back on track.

Sydney suburbs aerial
Some market segments are still recording gains as other parts of the city have cooled. Photo: Shutterstock

With most of the capital city markets slowing through the latter of 2018, the tables have finally turned in 2019 to a buyer’s market and now is the ripe time for investors to enter the market.

It is certainly a confusing time for investors. The media reports are providing conflicting messages about the possibility of a housing crash alongside speculation of interest rate rises. Many investors are weighing up whether they wait for prices to drop …