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Articles by Bryce Yardney

Bryce Yardney

Bryce is a property development specialist, having successfully completed many development projects for Metropole's clients. Initially working as a Project Manager at Metropole since completing his Bachelor of Project Management in 2011, Bryce now acts as a buyers agent for clients, sourcing and evaluating properties with development potential.Visit Metropole.com.au


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How Will Millennials Change The Way We Live, Work and Play?

Millennials currently account for 35% of the Australian workforce and are set to reach 40% by 2030. Tapping into the minds and moods of Australia’s millennials can help us recast our vision for homes, workplaces and retail centres, says CBRE’s head of research in Australia, Stephen McNabb.  CBRE’s new report, Asia Pacific Millennials: Shaping the…

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Do you understand the significance of the property industry in Australia?

How big is the property industry? Corelogic estimates that the total value of all the residential real estate in Australia is over 6.6 Trillion dollars.  And last year the Property Council estimated that the property sector has a larger footprint on the Australian economy than any other industry. But their definition of the property industry did not include ownership of…

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Believe it or not – 1 in 5 Australians own an investment property

One in five Australians own an investment property, with Gen Y leading the pack according to ING DIRECT’s latest Financial Wellbeing Index.  Despite tightened investor lending and signs that the property market is slowing, investor demand has continued to grow with the number of Australians investing in property growing by three per cent since mid-2015….

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Record Xmas: Aussies to spend nearly $10 billion on gifts this festive season

Australians are due to splurge $9.77 billion on Christmas presents this year, which is up 28%, or $119 per adult, on last year’s expenditure, according to finder.com.au. The splurging has already begun, with more than five million Australians admitting they’ve started Christmas shopping as of October 2016 or earlier. The finder.com.au survey asked 2,005 Australians…