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Blockchain in Real Estate Investment: Hope or Hype?

Blockchain in Real Estate Investment: Hope or Hype?

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Blockchain in Real Estate Investment: Hope or Hype? Blockchain has been among the hottest buzzwords making the rounds in technology and business circles in recent times. As active real estate investors, we have been closely tracking developments in this space – specifically for applications to real estate investment. As we delve into specifics, it is

Deal Sourcing With AI

Deal Sourcing With AI

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Deal Sourcing With AI Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the leading buzzword in today’s tech world. Since IBM’s supercomputer, Deep Blue beat the World Chess Champion Gary Kasparov in 1997, AI has been constantly improving and expanding in its use and scope. The real estate industry is no exception to the invasion of AI, with many

How Machine Learning Can Help Look After Your Property
How Machine Learning Can Help Look After Your Property

How Machine Learning Can Help Look After Your Property

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How Machine Learning Can Help Look After Your Property Technological advances are rapidly altering the way businesses or entire industries operate. As a player in the real estate space, RealVantage stays up to speed with the myriad changes, especially those with the potential to disrupt traditional practices. This article shares such an instance where artificial

Australian Residential Market Correction Nearing An End
Australian Residential Market Correction Nearing An End

Australian Residential Market Correction Nearing An End

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Australian Residential Market Correction Nearing An End   Synopsis The significant Australian home price correction since 2017 and a recent pick up in wage growth have sent home affordability across Australia and in Sydney back into healthy territory.  On the back of improved market fundamentals, the pace of home price declines decelerated steadily since the

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Macro Overview of Brisbane

Macro Overview of Brisbane

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Macro Overview of Brisbane South Brisbane population predicted to grow at 7.6% p.a. between 2016 to 2031 to reach 23,250 residents South Brisbane and the Brisbane CBD will be offering 68,679 new jobs by 2031 Average per capita income of residents in South Brisbane is AUD46,949, 10% higher than Brisbane Average   Residential Market The

Weekly Vantage Point

Weekly Vantage Point: 14-02-2020

Weekly Vantage Point: 14-02-2020

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Recalibrating Perspectives In times of uncertainties such as this, investors had previously gravitated towards Reits to seek shelter. Yet beyond knee-jerk inclinations, a number of factors – relatively rich valuations, sharper dividend yields, sector-specific risks and volatility due to increased global funds participation – give reasons for investors to re-examine this strategy now. Another notable

Weekly Vantage Point: 31-01-2020

Weekly Vantage Point: 31-01-2020

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Hold Steady The first month of 2020 ends in choppy waters as the world struggles with the outbreak of coronavirus in China, placing nations worldwide on high alert. In response, monies are quickly shifting from volatile stocks to safer instruments to guard against potential downturn from the epidemic. Elsewhere, bush fires that ravaged Australia struck consumer confidence and served as a harsh

Weekly Vantage Point: 23-01-2020

Weekly Vantage Point: 23-01-2020

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Diversification To The Fore Against a record low interest rate and challenging investment backdrop, institutional investors are leaning towards real estate to optimise their investment strategies. In a recent industry survey, the majority of respondents plan to deploy a larger proportion of capital into Asia Pacific real estate, with Australia topping their preferences. On a different note, Korean

Weekly Vantage Point: 10-01-2020

Weekly Vantage Point: 10-01-2020

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Cautiously Optimistic We round off the week by sharing some industry view points on key real estate markets for 2020. Overall sentiments remain positive but cautious. Uncertainty in UK seems to have abated with the recent elections and a clearer path to Brexit has emerged. Institutional Investors continue to be overweight in Australia, particular in the logistics and office sector.