Property For Capital Growth

PROPERTY INVESTORS CHASING CAPITAL GROWTH

 

Investors are recognising more and more that capital growth is the main driver in an investment property. Sure cash flow is important, but generally speaking, capital growth determines the success of the investment. Sydney Morning Herald writer, Max Newnham comments “most investors hope for large increase in value so they can produce sufficient profit to make the investment worthwhile” (11 January 2011).
Investment Property Partner supports the philosophy that capital growth is the key to a successful property investment. Of course, this relates to the time at price of entry and the time and price of exit. We have sophisticated models to increase the probability of correct points of entry and exit of our investment opportunities and thus replace ‘hope’ with ‘knowledge’ in their investment and conveyancing decisions.

 

IS THERE REALLY A PROPERTY SHORTAGE…

 

“Don’t believe real estate hype on property shortages”, according to Terry Ryder, commenting in the Australian Newspaper (10 February 2011). A more true statement has never been said. The Australian Newspaper continues “people are motivated to tip money into various forms of property because of the alleged shortage. There are many places across Australia that deserve focus from investors and many good reasons why people should buy or develop property in 2011. But only notions of a desperate shortage should not influence decisions” (10 February 2011).
Hype is usually based on little or no facts. And, making decisions based on single slices of data is fraught with danger. Whatever your investment appetite, make sure you have correct data, a proven research methodology and the skills to collate an objective, collected perspective of the investment opportunity.

 

WE ARE NOT BUILDING ANY MORE COASTLINE…

 

Investors are starting to recognise that the Australian coastline continues to attract attention in the property market. But we don’t need to look for the ultra expensive suburbs according to The Daily Telegraph who reported “property analysts have revealed off-radar waterfront suburbs are where bargain beach houses can be found” (24 January 2011).
Further support was added to the argument from RP Data senior research analyst Cameron Kusher who said ‘the lagging market made many locations more affordable”(24 January 2011).
Investment Property Partner recognises the value created by the great Australian icon – the beach. We have investment opportunities in strategic locations for investors wishing to capitalise on the capital growth along the coastline.

 

Investors are starting to recognise that the Australian coastline continues to attract attention in the property market. But we don’t need to look for the ultra expensive suburbs according to The Daily Telegraph who reported “property analysts have revealed off-radar waterfront suburbs are where bargain beach houses can be found” (24 January 2011).

 

Further support was added to the argument from RP Data senior research analyst Cameron Kusher who said ‘the lagging market made many locations more affordable”(24 January 2011).

 

Investment Property Partner recognises the value created by the great Australian icon – the beach. We have investment opportunities in strategic locations for investors wishing to capitalise on the capital growth along the coastline.