Hello, What would you do in this situation that we found ourselves in- Our investment property is in a suburb close to Sydney CBD that has been experiencing very good capital growth in recent years. It is currently vacant and needs major repairs. We were about to embark on renovations with a view to putting new tenants. However, we recently found out that the place next door is going to be turned into a "centre/?place of worship"which will offer support/spiritual counselling services for juveniles with issues. I don't want to get into the details of what type of religion/faith/race, nor the location, but let's just say that these type of centres in other locations have on occasion attracted types open to "radicalisation". We have concerns as to the type of people this might attract to the area and the effect it will have on our rental income and ability to sell the property in the future. Any thoughts as to what this might do to property values and rental income? Would you sell? Hold onto the property and see what happens? Continue on with plans to renovate and put new tenants in?