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The 8th PIPA Annual Investor Sentiment Survey is now open!
PIPA is currently surveying Australia’s existing property investors to reveal the mood, confidence, and key trends underlying the Australian property investment market.
We welcome our newest QPIA Accredited Members. QPIA Accredited Members have the highest form of industry-recognised, specialist training and can be trusted to provide tailored and unbiased advice to consumers.
PIPA Chair Nicola McDougall talks to The Real Estate Podcast about rising interest rates and consumer sentiment.
Headlines lately have been filled with forecasts of a looming housing market correction, with wildly varying predictions of how far prices could dip.
Despite headlines filled with doom-and-gloom predictions about where the real estate market is heading, this expert believes property still offers the “safest” route for young investors when it comes to long-term wealth building.
Stamp duty reforms put forward by NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet are drawing a mixed response from the property and mortgage finance industry.
Rising inflation will see university debt loans increase by 3.9 per cent on June 1 with many already struggling to repay their loan.
Cashed-up property investors are set to be the biggest winners from the first in what’s likely to be a series of hikes in the Reserve Bank of Australia’s official cash rate.
We live in the golden age of borderless investing. Remote inspections, locality-based buyer’s agents and other experts, and open access to a range of data and advice.
The increase to Australia’s cash rate handed down this week may have been larger and more swift than many first anticipated, but commentators were quick to assure that the May call won’t rock home owners or house prices.
Rental shortages, and lack of affordable rentals, are becoming a hot political topic coming into the federal election. Property Investment Professionals of Australia (PIPA) has
Many people use buyers’ agents when they’re trying to buy their family home, thinking they need their expertise to make sure they’re making a wise
We strive to bring accountability, ethics, and education to the property investment industry.
PIPA exists to improve the professional standards of anyone providing property investment advice to consumers. Our voluntary Code of Conduct means that members adhere to a high set of professional standards to help protect consumers. Qualified Property Investment Advisers (QPIAs®) have the highest form of industry-recognised, specialist training and can be trusted to provide tailored and unbiased advice to consumers.
PIPA also regularly produces research, analysis, and publications to help educate our members, media, and consumers about the property investment sector.
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2021 Investor Sentiment Survey
The Annual PIPA Investor Sentiment Survey is a rare snapshot of the buying intentions of property investors.
PIPA Adviser Magazine
The PIPA Adviser provides the latest research on market conditions, including forecasts for next year.