May 2022 Market Update

May was a big month for everyone in Australia, and while we try to remain politically neutral, a lot of promises were thrown around in the lead up to election day. It will be interesting to see how this new government tackles housing affordability and recent interest and cash rate rises.

But, enough of that, let’s talk about the state of the market and how it performed in May in Australia and New Zealand. It seems the honeymoon is over for most of Australia. We’ve just experienced our first decline since September 2020. This is BIG news and shows that now is the time to start BULLET PROOFING your business and up-skilling in preparation for this downturn. I go over everything in more detail in the video below.

Now, while I usually focus on the month that has just been, I wanted to take a little bit of time to talk about June. As you’re well aware, this is the End of Financial Year, and that means it is time to do a few things:

  1. Book a holiday!

The past 12-months have been huge and if you had all the right systems and strategies in place, it means you would have been busy. So now is the time to book in your next holiday and get some rest!

  1. Revisit your goals!

At Real Estate Brilliance, we are constantly revisiting our goals and we suggest that you do the same at least every SIX MONTHS. That means you should be looking over what you have achieved in the past six months and re-writing your goals for the beginning of the 2022/23 financial year. If you’re not too sure how to write your goals out properly or need a refresh, you can read my blog, How to Handle the Work/Life Balance. For more assistance, you can always GET IN TOUCH and I’d be more to than happy to see how I can help you out.

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