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The role of a Land Identification Survey
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The role of a Land Identification Survey

An Identification Survey or just ‘Ident’ is a survey that is required for the purpose of identifying a parcel of land and the related existing buildings and improvements. It may only be undertaken by a Registered Surveyor.  An Ident shows the position of Boundary fences and confirms they are correctly located on the Land and…

Am I too old to invest in property?
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Am I too old to invest in property?

I’ve had conversations with plenty of discouraged folks who are in their 50s (or even older) and they’re wondering how they’re going to survive in their retirement. They start to question if it’s too late to invest in property. Is there ever a time when you’re just too old? In general my response would be…

The Melbourne property market correction is nowhere to be seen
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The Melbourne property market correction is nowhere to be seen

There have been many predictions of a Melbourne property crash over the past decade. The crash was variously to be triggered by Baby Boomers retiring, China, falling iron ore prices, the mining cliff, spiralling bank funding costs, slowing population growth, apartment oversupply, budget deficits, the loss of the AAA-rating, rising unemployment, higher interest rates, the…

Property development guide part 7 - Researching the perfect site
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Property development guide part 7 – Researching the perfect site

In his continuing series of articles, Bryce Yardney, Property Development Specialist at Metropole, takes readers on a step by step journey through the property development process. Once you understand the importance of securing a development site in the right location and you have the big picture firmly in mind, including your target market, it’s time to…

The Australian economy bounces back - five reasons why some further pick up is likely
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The Australian economy bounces back – five reasons why some further pick up is likely

In an Oliver’s Insight, Dr. Shane Oliver, chief economist of AMP Capital discusses the optimistic future of Australia’s economy.  After another (weather related) soft patch in the March quarter, Australian economic growth bounced back in the June quarter with quarterly growth of 0.8%, up from 0.3%. However, annual growth is still subdued at 1.8% year on year, which is…

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