There is good news for your Victoria property investment following the announcement this week that Melbourne has once again been deemed the World’s Most Liveable City in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) latest Global Liveability Report. This is the second consecutive time the city has taken out the title, which makes buying a Victoria investment property a very attractive prospect.
The report assessed 140 cities across five different categories including stability; healthcare; culture and environment; education; and infrastructure and each city was awarded an overall rating between 1 and 100 where 1 is intolerable and 100 is ideal. Melbourne scored 97.5% and lost only minor points for climate, culture and petty crime. It seems like the perfect time to get involved in Victoria property investment.
Other Australia investment properties will also benefit from this list. Melbourne was ranked in first place ahead of Vienna (Austria) in second and Vancouver (Canada) in third place. Adelaide pushed ahead of Sydney this year in 5th place moving Sydney back to 7th whilst Perth also performed strongly in 9th position. At the other end of the scale, Dhaka in Bangladesh was identified as the least liveable city of the 140 surveyed. Buying an investment property in Australia seems like a great idea give how well the major cities performed.
The strong performance of Australia’s major capital cities is favourable for investors, particularly in Melbourne, as it attracts people from interstate and overseas seeking accommodation plus the opportunity to enjoy the lifestyle benefits on offer for Australians. This in turn increases demand for rental accommodation, decreasing any financial risk for property owners and strengthening the long term potential for an investment property to earn you consistent returns. It is time to start considering buying an investment property in Australia.
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