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Property Investment


We are experts, with decades of experience working with our high net worth clients in real estate investment. Real estate is one of the safest places to put your money. It never goes completely bust like a business can. Its growth of rental income and property value is driven by population growth, inflation and increasing affluence. There are two ways to invest in property in Australia. 1. Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) A Real Estate Investment Trust is a portfolio of property assets listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. You own units in the REIT, in the same way as shareholders

Property Investment2020-05-21T09:18:14+10:00

Why Invest in Australia


Australia has vast mineral wealth, high living standards, rapid population growth, a stable Western democracy, the rule of law, a AAA credit rating, and is one of the world's preeminent investment destinations.  Australia is the world’s 14th largest economy one of the world's largest stock markets, with the sixth largest pool of funds under management in the world rated AAA with a stable outlook by all three global rating agencies, characterised by a government budget surplus and low debt forecast to realise average annual real GDP growth of 2.7% over the next five years – the highest among major advanced economies

Why Invest in Australia2020-05-21T09:18:39+10:00

Investment Risk


All investments carry risk, be they stocks (business failure), property (buildings depreciate, land can become degraded), or government bonds (inflation, low interest rates). In addition stocks and property are subject to market fluctuations which can be sharp, large and unpredictable. This is a fact of life, to be accepted as such if you are to invest in stocks and property.  Market fluctuations can also be an opportunity if you have money available. "We simply attempt to be fearful when others are greedy and to be greedy when others are fearful." Warren Buffett Risk isn't the same as volatility. Rather risk is the chance of

Investment Risk2020-05-24T15:57:11+10:00
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