…But before you get to location, you may want to start on a larger scale.
When people think of property research, they often think of neighbourhoods.
…And why not?
It’s exciting to check out the neighbourhood.
You may have personal preferences of what suburbs you like and where you’d like to go on a holiday.
Unfortunately, none of those factors really tell you if an investment is suitable, though.
Instead, you want to look at macroeconomic drivers like the state and the region’s performance.
It may not sound as exciting as a sightseeing trip to the nice suburbs.
But these macroeconomic drivers affect the microeconomic investment drivers.
And both of those affects the individual property you may be considering.