Investment Property


Investment property is still popular and seen as good investment move in Australian market and around the world. Our blog is an ongoing source of information for those who are interested about current property issues and latest


If you are an investor researching where to buy property with the best capital growth propspects, These shortlist areas based on Residex’s predictive mathamatical models for capital growth. Properties with the best capital growth are not always those with the best rental returns. The best rent report combines statistical analysis with qualitative research, and shorlists locations for different property types that have strong capital growth forecasts and strong current rental returns.


Operating in a secure, efficient physical environment is essential to completing agency missions, housing a motivated workforce, and managing changing priorities. I believe effective asset management requires clear communication from the grass roots to the executive level.

Developing and implementing agency strategic plans requires buy in, execution, and change management across departments and at all levels in the field and at headquarters.This PwC paper explores how we help Federal agencies to identify and overcome key challenges to efficient and economical management of their real property asset portfolios and to comply with Federal real property guidelines.


Planning is the process of thinking about and organizing the activities required to achieve a desired goal. Planning involves the creation and maintenance of a plan. As such, planning is a fundamental property of intelligent behavior. This thought process is essential to the creation and refinement of a plan, or integration of it with other plans; that is, it combines forecasting of developments with the preparation of scenarios of how to react to them.


What will the Australian property market look like in 20 years?

EVERY time the capital city property market notches up another milestone — a derelict Sydney cottage goes for millions at auction, just say — renters die a little bit more inside. Read more…



Understanding the culture of Chinese buyers

It’s no secret that Chinese buyers sometimes behave differently to Australian buyers in the property market. The number of Chinese people buying Australian properties has grown. At the same time, some agents, brokers, vendors and bankers are expressing frustration at what is seen as their crazy behaviour. They see Chinese people paying what are often seen as inflated prices, as well as arguing, jumping around and bargaining hard in a bid to buy a property. But dig a little deeper and you will start to understand that there are historic and cultural reasons behind this behaviour. Read more…