Perth is in a strong position to rebound from the pandemic-induced recession and there are “enormous opportunities”, says the founding director behind one of the city’s biggest development companies, Hesperia.
A busy professional couple, referred by their financial planners, recently came to Capital Property Advisory (CPA) for buyer’s agency services to assist them in acquiring a development site.
Seeking to expand their property investment portfolio, the couple was finding this difficult to achieve, being very time poor with two demanding jobs.
The clients’ brief to CPA was to find a sub-divisible property (side by side dwellings or retain and build) in a premium inner city established suburb (5km radius to CBD) in order to undertake their first development.
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Whether you’re looking for your first house, an investment property or a new home to suit your growing family, it can be challenging to navigate the Perth market and the buying and selling process alone.
Moving house is one of life’s most tedious tasks and doing it during a health pandemic, when we are being advised to stay at home, doesn’t make it easier.
Australia’s pragmatic Prime Minister Scott Morrison has, unsurprisingly, pivoted to the possibility of an early release from the lockdown, which if prolonged indefinitely would push the country into an extreme depression with far greater human costs than the capricious coronavirus.
As we move through the eye of the coronavirus storm, two key events will be turning points for markets. The first is when the rate of increase in the number of new infections and deaths in larger economies starts to noticeably decline, signalling that containment strategies are doing their job.
While circumstances change and these times are unique, the market will bounce back; always has, always will – the only question is timing.
This too shall pass: are they just comforting words referencing the cyclical nature of markets and history, or a wishful sentiment in a new age of raging fear and financial gloom?
Uncertainty over the effect of coronavirus may have sent stocks plunging to 30-year lows but property values are unlikely to get a similar hit – even in a recession, real estate analysts claim.
Auction clearance rates are poised to fall as more buyers delay their purchase and shun public gatherings for fear of contracting the fast-spreading coronavirus.
Source: REIWA.com March 4, 2020 Perth’s median rent increased to $360 per week in February and is the first increase the Western Australian property market has seen since January 2017. REIWA President Damian Collins said median rents had remained stable for the longest period since reiwa.com first started capturing rental data in 2001. […]
Referred by their mortgage broker, a busy professional couple came to Capital Property Advisory (CPA) initially looking to acquire an investment property with a view to hold it long term. CPA were engaged to provide acquisition and property management services.
The clients saw the benefit in engaging CPA as they wanted to increase their exposure to property, but, with two demanding jobs, were very time poor. On the back of our diligent research and search process our acquisitions team was able to source and secure a fantastic rental property in an area we felt would outperform from a growth perspective.
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