With a slew of policy tweaks over the past decade, the property market in 2022 is almost unrecognisable to those who bought in 2012 or earlier. One common gripe we hear is that long-term plans, laid out over 10 or 15 years, have now been derailed by factors such as ABSD and TDSR. Whether you’re returning to the property market this year – or are just worried about having outdated advice – here are some recent ways that property investment has changed:
1. Buying shoebox units for rental is less attractive
2. Cash-flow positive properties are less of an expectation
3. No more OTP shenanigans and flipping
4. Cash Over Valuation (COV) is back
5. Buying just ahead of an en-bloc is now more hazardous
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0:00 – Intro
0:49 – Shoebox units for rental is less attractive
4:05 – Cash-flow positive properties are less of an expectation
5:34 – No more shenanigans and flipping
6:57 – Return of the COV
9:36 – Buying for en-bloc is hazardous
12:07 – Outro
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