Articles by Doron Peleg

Doron Peleg

is the CEO/Founder of RiseWise Property Review. He has more than 20 years’ experience in risk management including, Co-Founder of Peleg, Kessel & Co, an assurance and advisory accounting firm & Executive Manager at Westpac Banking Corporation in Sydney. www.riskwiseproperty.com.au/


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As green shoots have clearly appeared in the property market, RiskWise Property Research has taken a retrospective analysis of lessons to be learned from the recent downturn. Here are the best way to avoid these pitfalls in the future: 1. Think long term and don’t seek quick wins. It’s easy to see Sydney and Melbourne…

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Lenders are reluctant to lend and buyers don’t want to buy when it comes to high-rise developments. That’s according to RiskWise Property Research’s latest analysis of the construction industry which has been hit hard over recent months following the high-profile cases of the Mascot and Opal towers in NSW. With cracks in both the Sydney…

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An increase in investor activity in the latter half of 2019 has stirred the interest of first home buyers and owner-occupiers as they return to the property market. Last year, RiskWise Property Research detailed the effect investors had on the market and how their response to market forces affected that of owner-occupiers. When the “investor…

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The $2 billion Carmichael coal mine, one of Australia’s largest thermal coal mines, will comprise six open-cut pits and five underground mines covering about 447sq km. Adani states it will produce between 10 to 15 million tonne per year of coal, with an option to increase this to 27 million tonnes. Employment creation figures have…

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The risk of poor demand for high-rise units is increasing as recent major issues in their construction impact the market. The impact of the current situation with Mascot and Opal towers, combined with the NSW Government’s promise to conduct the biggest shake-up of the construction industry that this state has ever seen could be so…

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While, overall, there has been a major reduction in the number of units in the pipeline, there are still areas where the stock is well exceeding population growth, and which continue to have high risk. The apartment oversupply was largely contained to rental properties where there was a high concentration of new small units. In…

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As the property downturn draws to an end, there are important lessons for policy-makers, lenders and investors to be learned. Labor’s loss has eliminated the number one risk to the property market and this, combined with the high likelihood of interest rate cuts by the RBA this year, the introduction of the First Home Loan…