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Property Investment Research

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We utilise data and in-depth research to identify prime investment opportunities for our clients.

Our investment philosophy is built on the foundations of sound research and due diligence to achieve long-term growth.

We adopt a highly data driven and analytical approach with the property investment advice we provide, combining analysis of both macro and micro level factors to identify growth markets and strong investment opportunities.

Nationwide Research

We continuously monitor and review property markets nationwide to provide our clients access to investment properties in areas positioned for long-term growth.

Holistic Analysis

Our research process involves a detailed review of investment drivers at a macro, micro and asset level. It's this comprehensive due diligence that sets us apart from the rest.

A Targeted Approach

We use this research to grade properties for their investment potential, targeting only those with solid capital growth and cash flow potential.

The latest property investment research news

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24 October, 2017

State of the States: VIC & NSW Continue to Lead the Way

The latest CommSec State of the States report for October 2017 reveals a familiar story; NSW & Victoria remain the economic engines of the country. The report includes analysis of…

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26 September, 2017

Housing Affordability Improves Over Past Year, Driven by Victoria

Housing affordability improved by some 4.4 per cent across the country in the past 12 months to March, with Victoria leading the way.  Major drivers of housing affordability have included…

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20 September, 2017

Undersupply To Tighten Melbourne’s Rental Market

New data compiled by independent investment research house SQM, reveals Melbourne’s already tight residential vacancy rate of 1.7% is likely to fall lower by 2019 as new housing supply slows…

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