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Why invest in
Australian real estate?
Seven reasons why property is a low risk, profitable option.
There are many investment opportunities available in
Australia. Real estate is the primary one.
Australia has a land-mass the size of the United
States but with only a tenth of the population, leaving
large areas of undeveloped land.
There are also multiple unit development projects
in the planning stages, as well as family homes,
commercial opportunities and rural/farm properties.
Offshore real estate investors are welcome and
subject only to Federal Investment Board Review, which
is normally not difficult to obtain. All these factors present
an investment opportunity unequal to anywhere else in
the world.
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v
estment Seven reasons why investing in Australian
property is a low-risk and profitable option:
Unlike shares, property
1. Above average returns with a hedge against is a tangible asset that
inflation
2
in
On October 19, 1987 the Australian All Ordinaries Index
won’t vanish as a result
fell by 46 per cent. For two years following the crash, of poor management or
property values in Australia soared ahead as investors
obsolescence... As building
returned to the stability of property.
Comparing various investment sectors over 20 years, and labour costs continue
it can be seen that property provides returns higher
to rise, so will land and
than many asset classes and provides a hedge against
inflation. property values.
2. Consistent investment performance
3
Australian property has enjoyed consistent growth expected to continue at a steady 2.5 per cent to 3 per
with an average annual growth rate of 7 per cent per cent, making Australia an excellent investment location.
annum in the last 40 years. The doubling in value of
properties every seven to ten years, compounded with 3. Strong future demand
4
the leverage that property offers, means a phenomenal In the next decade the average household size in
return on investment (ROI). Melbourne will fall from 2.6 to 2.25 persons.
i
Melbourne’s
Having one of the most diverse, advanced population is averaging growth of 1.1 per cent p.a. and
economies in the world, Australia’s GDP growth is grew faster than Sydney at a rate of 41,200 compared
to the latter of 29,800. City of Melbourne households are
forecast to have increased by 20,975 in the year 2021.
ii

fASt fAct: The increasing population and declining household
With as little as A$150 per week, an investor can
size will generate demand for an additional 620,000
secure a A$350,000 property investment and enjoy
households before 2030. This expanding demand will
capital growth of around A$20,000 p.a. in prime continue to push property prices up.
locations.
The preference for the majority of the population
is to move closer to the central infrastructure of major
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