PIPA Adviser Issue 27

Jun 2022Karen Millers

Market change heralds more opportunities

In this issue, the PIPA Adviser features:

  • A refresher on the PIPA Code of Conduct as well as requirements to maintain PIPA membership
  • Interest rate increases in May and June sparked outlandish commentary
  • The new government has inherited an extraordinarily difficult budget situation
  • Housing was a defining issue in the Federal Election and a Labor party win brings with it a raft of policy measures
  • PIPA member profile with George Kafantaris, one of the first QPIA’s in the country, and head of CBS Property Group

Issue 26

March 2022

In this issue...

The first quarter of the year is nearly done already, and it’s been another challenging period for many of us.

While the start of the year began with such promise, with state and international borders reopening and high vaccination rates nationally, Mother Nature soon unleashed on New South Wales and Queensland.

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Issue 25

December 2021

In this issue...

We have finally reached the end of a property year that we will likely never experience again in our lifetimes.

Reflecting on this time last year, there were signs that markets were set to roar in 2021 – and they certainly did that!

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Issue 24

September 2021

In this issue...

This issue is our special annual investor sentiment survey edition, which outlines many of the results from this year’s survey.

As you know, 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 around too.

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