If you have been thinking about making an investment in Carnegie real estate, chances are you are not alone.
Investor activity is expected to increase over the coming months according to a survey published in a January 1 article from Realestate.com.au.
More than half of the survey respondents indicated a desire to make a property investment in 2014, with 34 per cent revealing real estate was on their New Year's resolution list.
Real estate in Carnegie and other suburbs in Melbourne is likely to be popular, with 61 per cent of those surveyed preferring to invest in capital city property.
Additionally, 76.1 per cent of investors are exclusively seeking existing property rather than new builds or off-the-plan homes.
The survey also revealed more than 60 per cent of investors utilise a property manager to oversee their real estate assets.
It is important to do plenty of research and seek the right advice when investing in real estate, as capital gains and rental returns can rely heavily on future market activity.
If you would like more information on investing in Carnegie real estate, contact Matthew Hurlston at Ray White Carnegie today.