Core Logic’s Tim Lawless Shares Expert Property Investing Insights and Predictions on Hot Spots Most Likely to Thrive in the Economic Upswing.
Here’s what will be covered:
- Expert property market insights that have never been made public before
- Market indicators in the current economy…how they have changed
- Where the property market is headed for the rest of 2020 and beyond
- What investors need to know before buying or selling a property
- Cities where property prices are expected to rise…your ticket to profitable investments
While everyone can speculate on the current property market situation, you have an opportunity to put the speculation to rest by hearing from a reputed expert.
If you’re serious about getting ahead as a successful property investor, make sure you attend.
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About Tim Lawless
Tim Lawless is the founder of the CoreLogic Australian research division. He is recognised as one of Australia’s most experienced property market analysts and commentators.
As Group Research Director, Tim heads up a team of analysts across both Australia and New Zealand. He is responsible for reporting on property market conditions and the interplay with economic and demographic factors.
Tim has more than 15 years’ experience in similar roles and holds a Bachelor of Business degree, specialising in information management, from the Queensland University of Technology.
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