Read the room: Tone-deaf celebrity moments
With each year that passes, and with every new world crisis that befalls us, celebrities become more and more unrelatable. From their towering mansions and even bigger public platforms, they seem to be scarily removed from the reality of the rest of the world, a fact which only becomes more apparent with every new tone-deaf comment that makes the headlines. Whether it's about work ethic, feminism, the war, the pandemic, social issues, or their own behavior, many stars have been putting their feet in their mouths lately. A little research, planning, or a publicist could have helped any of them greatly! Most recently, billionaire Kylie Jenner stands accused of being a "climate criminal" in the court of public opinion. The beauty mogul frequently shares her lavish lifestyle on social media and her use of private jets is now being scrutinized. A site that tracks celebrities' private jets caught Jenner taking a 15-minute flight within California to travel around 40 miles, a journey that would have taken roughly 45 minutes by car. Jenner is now being called out for using her private jet like a car for convenience despite the major emissions and fuel usage. At a time when people are dying all over the world due to global-warming-related natural disasters, this blasé use of such a toxic, polluting form of transport has angered many. The outrage is heightened by Jenner's Instagram account, where she has posted photos bragging about her private jet use. One photo of Jenner and her boyfriend Travis Scott hugging on the tarmac between two jets was captioned “you wanna take mine or yours?” Click through the gallery to see which other celebrities failed to read the room in recent times.
A list of 'no-go zone' postcodes for property investors have been flagged in a new report.
A recent analysis by Positive Property highlighted areas across Australia where property values could be hit hard.
The market factors behind the forecasts include a potential oversupply of housing in these areas combined with decreasing buyer demand due to rising interest rates and and an uncertain economic landscape, © Provided by Daily Mail Those looking to invest in their dream home are being encouraged to avoid the 'no-go-zone' postcodes around Australia as housing prices fall amid rising interest rates (pictured, Lilyfield, NSW) © Provided by Daily Mail A recent report by Positive Property highlighted areas across Australia where there is a strong likelihood property values will be hit hard (pictured, Darling Point, Sydney)
The data revealed that certain suburbs across Queensland and NSW were deemed the worst places to buy property, with a higher possibility that homeowners in those locations - if forced to sell - would lose money.
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Some of the Sydney suburbs included in the report are Asquith, Ropes Crossing, Camden, Lilyfield, Darling Point, Naremburn and Glenfield, while suburbs of Newcastle included Wickham and Dora Creek.
Some of the Queensland suburbs on the list include Moranbah, Dysart and Mackay.
Parts of Greater Townsville, including Burdell, Mount Low and South Townsville, are also named.
Some of the Queensland suburbs on the list include Moranbah, Dysart and Mackay (pictured)
The report identified the key pieces of information that investors must analyse before committing to a target location as being vacancy rates and building approvals (pictured, Perth)
The 'no go zone' list included suburbs of Greater Townsville (pictured) such as Burdell, Mount Low and South Townsville
Positive Property founder George Markoski, who created the report, told Daily Mail Australia on Saturday that the big picture to keep in mind for those in the market is supply and demand.
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'It is more beneficial to go to a place with tighter supply, because wherever there is a lack of supply... there is more demand,' he said.
'Councils which allow developers to come in and build all of these new properties in a short period of time leads to the market being overpowered and it is not sustainable.'
The report identified the key pieces of information that investors must analyse before committing to a target location as being vacancy rates and building approvals.
'A lot of the places on the 'no go zone' list have a high vacancy rate, which is a red flag... people aren't interested in these properties.'
Mr Markoski, who owned 10 properties by the time he was in his 30s, now teaches and provides people with advice with investing in properties.
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NEW SOUTH WALES:
Asquith, Ropes Crossing, Camden, Homebush West, Glenfield, Dora Creek, Wickham, Darling Point, Lilyfield, Naremburn, Beacon Hill
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Dysart, Burdell, Lutwyche, Andergrove, Moranbah, Caboolture South, Mackay, South Townsville, Mount Low
Source: Positive Property 'No Go Zones' Report - Market Investors Must Avoid
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