Why Invest in Australian Property?

Steady population growth, stable government and financial system, supported by strong international and Asian investment, has seen consistent returns for Australian property investors for more than a century.


The Benefits of Property Investment are Many and Varied

There are many investment opportunities available in Australia and real estate or property investment is most definitely the one that receives the greatest attention.

You might not realise this but Australia has a land-mass the size of the United States but with only a tenth of the population. This leaves large areas of land undeveloped.

Multiple unit development projects have been in the planning stages, as well as family homes, commercial opportunities or rural/farm properties.

And, offshore property investors are welcome and subject only to Federal Investment Board Review, which is normally not difficult to obtain.

All of these factors help make property is a remarkably flexible investment and, no matter what your financial aims are, you should be able to find an investment strategy that suits you.

If you truly intend to become a wealthy person of the future, you should probably take a serious look at adding property to your investment portfolio and using it to your advantage.

Is Property Investment Future-Proof?

When you invest in property, the rental income you receive from that property lets you to borrow and gain the benefit of leverage by helping you pay the interest on your mortgage.

Over the years the rental income received from property investments has increased at a rate that has outpaced inflation.

Will this continue in the future?

Well, statistics show that the level of home ownership is slowly decreasing in Australia.

Trends in Home Ownership

Interactive visualisation courtesy of The Sydney Morning Herald

There are a number of reasons for this. In particular, as property prices keep rising, fewer people are able to afford their dream homes.

Together with higher rentals, it means that many first home buyers have been hit with a "dual disadvantage" – making the great Australian dream of owning a house just that for many – a dream.

We know that the government is having difficulty providing public housing, which means there will be plenty of opportunities for landlords to obtain a return from residential property investment.

This is particularly true if you own a property that will be in demand by tenants of the future.

Safe as Houses

The most significant difference between property and other forms of investment over the last century is that many of the properties upon which all of the statistics and numbers are calculated still exist today.

That can't be said for many companies that form the basis of share-based returns. Companies and jobs that exist today can simply be made obsolete tomorrow.

So, why invest in property?

Unlike shares, property is a tangible asset that won't vanish as a result of poor management, disruptive technologies or obsolescence. As building and labour costs continue to rise, so will land and property values.

Property can Build Long-term Capital Growth

Looking to build a retirement nest egg?

Property investment has historically proven itself with an ability to deliver capital gain if you select the right area with the right supply/demand ratio and demographics.

Property can Support a Positive Cash Flow

Need cash now?

Certain property products offer exceptional cashflow where extra money can definitely assist all areas of life.

You can Add Value for a Quick Return on Investment

Spotted a shabby old place with potential?

Unlike many other investment asset classes, you can renovate, subdivide or develop and create value out of thin air even through simple paint job.

You can Create "Real" Personal Wealth

More millionaires have been created through property than any other form of investment and that's largely because they:

  • Leverage other people’s money
  • Create passive cash flow and equity growth
  • Reduce payable tax
  • Use equity to duplicate a low cost to hold strategy

You know?

There’s nothing wrong with seeing what successful people do and applying those principles to your own life. If the majority of extraordinarily wealthy people have used real estate profitably, there is no reason why you shouldn’t also.

Property investment is not just for the wealthy. It doesn’t need to take large sums of money to get involved in real estate. This is because banks will lend you up to 80% (sometimes more) against the security of residential property, which means that most Australians with a steady job and a little capital behind them can actually afford to buy investment properties.

There are so many reasons to invest in property.

We've seen over and over again that careful and intelligent use of real estate can help ordinary Australians, like us, to become property millionaires in about 10 years.

Why invest in property

Making the Right Property Investment Decisions

At Property Investors, we offer a variety of investment options, from buying a house and land package to building a brand new home.

We are able to take care of the entire deal for you and, whether you live in the home or rent it out, it will be an excellent investment.

When it comes to residential investment property, speak to one of our property specialists who will make sure you get all the relevant and necessary property market information in order to make an informed decision.