How to Spot Oversupplied and Undersupplied Markets?

Jeremy Sheppard

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May 1, 2017

Buying in an oversupplied market can be a very costly mistake. If you're lucky, it could mean zero capital growth to your portfolio but if you're not, you are potentially looking at negative capital growth. This often happens in suburbs where there is a short term demand spike but there are times when it happens to suburbs surrounding the capital cities as well. Finding the indicators are the trick to this and in this article on Your Invesment Property Magazine, Jeremy Sheppard goes into great details on what early indicators that you can look for. 

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