My wife and I have an apartment in Southbank. It's clearly not a sound investment CG wise. We bought it fairly naively when we didn't know what we were doing. However, half the reason we bought it was due to an opportunity to do holiday-lets (short-stay). In the 5 years we've had it we've consistently turned a profit of 10 - 15k per annum (yes, profit, not a typo). It's also large for a 2BR (>90sqm), and has fantastic views across the city and docklands that cannot be built out. I'm concerned about the stock coming on the market over the next few years, but I believe the size and view of my apartment are a point of difference. I'm just about to buy another IP, and I can see the advantage of having a CF+ property in my portfolio. We can't really afford to put in too much of our own earnings into IP's. If you were in my shoes, would you hang on to this apartment? Do you think the oversupply of cheap, tiny apartments will have a major impact on prices for larger, quality apartments? Given that I make $10k+ profit per annum, should I just hold on to it and hope for the best?