Qualified Property Investment Adviser

Prospa Property Advisory

Property Investment AdvisersQualified Property Investment Advisers

Level 12, 760 Anzac Highway, Adelaide, South Australia, 5045

1300 660 335

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Prospa is an accredited advisory of the ASPIRE Advisor Network — an exclusive network of independent businesses that specialise in bespoke property investment advice and acquisition. ASPIRE set the industry benchmark for integrity, transparency and quality. All accredited Aspire advisories are bound by a Professional Code of Conduct and operate within a fully compliant framework.

Working with an accredited ASPIRE advisor, you can be sure that the advice you receive is from an independent, fully qualified and licensed specialist. We have no direct relationships with property developers ensuring unbiased advice and a property advisor who is looking out for your best interests, not their own. The minimum standard required for an accredited advisor includes a full real estate licence, RG146 attainment, Diploma/Certificate IV in finance, and personal experience as a property investor. This means you are dealing with experienced, trusted and qualified professionals.

Listed QPIA Members

Adam HindmarchQPIA Accredited

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It gives clients (and myself) confidence in my professionalism and experience.  In an industry full of sharks, it is great to ease a client’s mind that a QPIA® will always work with the client’s best interests at heart.

Rachel Cole of Empower Wealth
QPIA® Accredited Member

To set outselves apart, I chose to undertake and be a Qualified Property Investment Adviser and to ultimately help our clients make better property investment decisions.

Colin Lee of Inspire Realty

Individual and QPIA® Accredited Member

I decided to join PIPA because I was delighted to see that finally there was an organisation that was formalising property advice and those in the property industry.

Marisa Gonzalez of Marisa Gonzalez & Co
PIPA member since 2009

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.

By signing up for our newsletter, you will gain access to two of our most valued resources – the Annual Investor Sentiment Survey report and the quarterly PIPA Adviser e-magazine.

2023 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.