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New exclusive industry research has found that rents have grown at only half the rate of inflation for more than a decade.
This new report will pull together insights and analysis from seven market experts and PIPA members from the PIPA Adviser quarterly e-magazine’s national market update.
The incoming Labor Government must prioritise the current rental property crisis, according to PIPA chair Nicola McDougall.
Addressing the critical undersupply of rental properties must be a key policy of whoever wins the upcoming Federal Election, according to the Property Investment Professionals
The 2022 Federal Budget will help thousands of people become property owners and improve their financial futures, according to the Property Investment Professionals of Australia
The Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) has elected a new chairperson. Nicola McDougall, who has been a voluntary PIPA board director since 2014, was
The Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) has recently elected two new board directors. Lawlab Legal Director, Richie Muir, and Atlas Property Group Director, Lachlan
History shows that interest rates do not force property markets into booms or busts, rather it’s often affordability, local economic conditions, consumer sentiment, or access
The number of property investors active in the market remains below long-term averages and is likely to add further pressure to the availability of rental
Last year’s survey foreshadowed the property price growth that lay ahead – and it seems even more investors believe prices will keep rising this time
New analysis of cash rate changes over the past two decades has found that property price growth is less dependent on low interest rates than
The critical undersupply of rental properties in many locations around the nation is partly the result of lending restrictions that came into force four years
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