In a world filled with misinformation and biased narratives on social media and TV news, discerning the truth becomes imperative. The recent Middle East events serve as a stark example of how media outlets and influencers manipulate stories, leading to confusion and misguided convictions.

This tendency to cling to narratives extends beyond geopolitics; it infiltrates the real estate industry, a realm notorious for its share of crooks and misinformation. Much like the war stories, we often encounter exaggerated claims about property investment opportunities, creating a breeding ground for mistakes.

Media outlets, social influencers, AI software, and wealthy leaders propagate twisted tales, influencing Western audiences, including supposedly smart students from top US universities. It’s a marketing case, perpetuating a narrative that defends the weak without solid facts—a situation rife with lies and sheer stupidity which support terror and hate instead democracy which Israel represents.

Drawing parallels to the real estate industry, notorious for its share of crooks, people often fall victim to biased narratives due to ignorance or marketing brainwashing.

Brochures showcasing stunning views and fancy interiors, property consultants promising value growth, and strategists claiming wealth from property investments—all can mislead. The constant barrage of messages touting the “best time to invest” creates a forgetful market, benefiting marketers and property spruikers.

Posts about the next booming state or city flood our timelines, often centered around off-the-plan investments with long-term settlements, risking missing the market boom.

Tax and government strategies, seemingly designed to save or exempt us from taxes, often serve as a ploy to sell more properties. While real estate agencies within specific suburbs may offer a more focused approach for owner-occupiers, misinformation and false reports still pervade the industry.

Recalling a personal experience, I once considered a unit in an area hyped by the news. Despite promises of excellent rental yield and proximity to key locations, thorough research revealed an oversupply issue, high risk, and potential long-term stagnation. After 15 years, price didn’t move an inch, but the opposite, unit worth less and quite impossible to sell, unless you offer 40% discount.

In a market filled with misleading data and untrustworthy individuals, it becomes essential to focus on low-risk property investments. Simple guidelines include:

  • Assess property risk thoroughly.
  • Purchase properties in any market condition if they pose low risk.
  • Prioritise good socio-economic factors, education precincts, land components, in-demand areas with low supply, and
  • A new/renovated unit price 50% below second-hand house in the suburb.
  • Be cautious with new off-the-plan assets, especially with long-term settlements; focus on the second-hand market.

Using buyer’s agents and avoiding consultants, strategists, and off-the-plan sellers can shield investors from biased information. While research may seem extensive, the goal is clear—secure growth, cash flow, and confidence in your investment.

Aim for a good land product in a prime location, and even with additional parameters, adherence to these guidelines ensures a low-risk investment. If time constraints arise, seeking assistance can enhance your investment journey, but following these principles remains key.

We are here to assist, ensuring your path to investment success remains straightforward and well-guided.


  1. You have the option to educate yourself by reading our blog articles or join our social media channels for well-informed decisions.
  2. You can also opt to contact us for consultation session to brainstorm your plans and strategy, and how to search alone.
  3. Finally, you can choose to appoint us as your Buyer’s Advocate, guiding you through the entire process from research to purchase, ensuring your investment is both secure with income and profitable.