Anna Porter is an authority on the property market and investment strategies. She has visibility on the market across the country and shares her insights with Sky News, Australian Financial Review, Real Estate Talk with Kevin Turner, 2UE, 2GB and ABC radio to name a few. Here are just a few of her media features.
The Morning Show
Will the Royal Commission impact the property market? Anna Porter, valuer, property commentator and Suburbanite CEO explores the immediate and long-term effects of the outcome. She also reveals why the findings essentially will ensure the rich get richer and every days Australians will be the losers. “The market has seen worse but let’s remember it […]
The Asset 360 Report takes Clubs, Not for Profits (NFP’s and broad portfolio investors behind the property market. The February Edition, unpacks “Developing surplus land: Navigating the risks and opportunities for organisational asset holders.” Access the report here: Asset 360 Report – Feb 2019
Banking D-Day… Our Principal, Anna Porter, was in the news room of Newscorp when the royal compassion report dropped. There were some of the smartest financial people in the country all mulling around trying to work out what it all means for the industry, chaos as it went to air, a buzz in the air […]
Anna Porter sat down with the Sunrise hosts on Monday 4th February to discuss property right around the country for under $50,000. You can watch the segment here
Suburbanite CEO, Anna Porter, contributed to this piece in the Australian Financial Review. Anna explained “A study into new builds between 2000 and 2012 found around 80 per cent had reported structural defects, which is a very concerning number, and that’s fairly in line with what we are seeing in unit blocks today.” Read the rest […]
The ‘missing middle’ is the government solution to bridge the gap for medium density housing and proposed as a solution for the city’s housing crisis. Anna Porter, valuer, property commentator and Suburbanite CEO suggests thinking ‘terrace houses’ in greater Sydney locations. “With an ageing population and a population growing quickly, more diverse housing is needed […]