Which side of the fence are you on? Growth or returns?

Picking a side of the property investing fence is often challenging even for seasoned investors. Anna Porter, property economist and principal of Suburbanite, says there are two different ways to invest, being trying to achieve a higher growth or a higher revenue return. “The fact of the matter is there’s not many properties out there that do both. A lot of people […]

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Asset 360 Report – September 2019

The Asset 360 Report takes Clubs, Not for Profits (NFP’s) and broad portfolio investors behind the property market. The September Edition is titled: Renewing Dead Assets: How to repurpose, revitalise and avoid the risk of having under-performing assets. Access the report here: Asset 360 Report – September 2019

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The ‘Shared Economy’ is taking over an office near you!

With shared offices taking over the commercial property space right around Australia, it is crucial to ask whether they are a hit or a miss? Suburbanite founder and director, Anna Porter says offices like these need to be managed correctly otherwise there will be huge losses. “Businesses are moving away from traditional fixed office environments […]

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Labor or Liberal? What your vote means for the property market

The 2019 Federal Election could turn the property market around or be detrimental. Between Labor and Liberal, there has been a series of policies announced set to impact the property market today. Anna Porter, Suburbanite Principal, valuer, author and property commentator explains what your vote means for the property market. The Liberal Party, was first […]

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Asset 360 Report – May 2019

The Asset 360 Report takes Clubs, Not for Profits (NFP’s and broad portfolio investors behind the property market. The May Edition is titled Special Feature: A look inside the biggest property players in the country and how due diligence plays a key role in acquiring, developing and managing their assets. Access the report here: Asset […]

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The comeback of the regional markets but a burn for first home buyers…Here’s what the 2019 Federal Budget means for the property market

The 2019 Federal Budget proudly delivered news of a surplus of more than $7 billion. Whilst ambitious in nature, first home buyers should gear up to feel the burn BUT with some undertones of stability and sustainability, the property market could get the boost it’s been waiting for. Property commentator and valuer, Anna Porter of […]

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