Articles by Bryce Yardney

Bryce Yardney

Bryce is a property development specialist, having successfully sourced, project managed and completed hundreds of development projects for Metropole’s clients, helping them create substantial wealth.Visit Metropole.com.au


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With many property markets languishing at present many investors are looking at “manufacturing” capital growth  by getting involved in property development. While the process of property development can be a lot of fun, it is not without some pain and considerable risk. When all goes well the results are fantastic, but if things go wrong…

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The Block was a hugely popular TV show last year. Three gruelling months of sleeplessness and renovations paid off for the couples competing in last years series of The Block, who on the face of it seemed to sell their apartments for a profit. Not surprisingly it encouraged a new generation of property investors to turn…

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Are you interested in property development? While many properties make good homes, fewer are “investment grade” properties and even fewer are potentially profitable development sites. In a recent blog I outlined why I choose the suburbs where I undertake developments very carefully. Now it’s time to find the “right” property in that suburb – one that could…

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It can be an exciting time when buying  real estate, can’t it?  As I’ve said before, though, successful property investment should be less emotional than buying a home to live in.   Either way, we’re all human, so sometimes our emotions can get the better of us. The thing is one of the worst times for…

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In these changing times when property investors can no longer count on double digit price growth many are considering getting started in property development to help them ‘manufacture’ some capital growth. In fact one of the most read blogs on this site is How to Get Started in Property Development. It all sounds so simple. So…

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More and more sophisticated investors are considering commercial real estate as a viable investment strategy. They have usually built a substantial asset base and are now looking for more cash flow in their investments. Often, they buy smaller properties – such as a shop, strata office or perhaps an industrial warehouse – because the entry level…

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All investors know that location is one of the most critical components of any successful property investment. When long term capital growth is the sought after reward at the end of the real estate rainbow (as it always should be), it is vital that you not only find the best possible property, but the best possible…