PIPA Adviser Issue 28

Oct 2022Karen Millers

Investors offload dwellings en-masse but remain upbeat about year ahead

In this issue, the PIPA Adviser features:

  • Our 2022 PIPA Annual Investor Sentiment Survey results created a national media frenzy!
  • Compared to this time last year, market and lending conditions are like night and day, with prices falling and interest rates rising.
  • We have seen the cash rate jump up by an extraordinary 2.5 percentage points to now be the highest level in nearly a decade.
  • Linda Johnson and Michelle Tucker both had diverse careers before combining their passions for property investment and property management.
  • One of the most well-established practical observations in economics is that when we give an unemployed person a payment, it tends to delay their return to work.
  • It’s been a challenging time in the construction sphere for both builders and property owners.

Issue 32

April 2024

In this issue...

When something awful is happening to a lot of people, it helps if those in charge have someone to conveniently blame. Investors of Australia, this is where you come in.

Download latest issue

Issue 31

October 2023

In this issue...

Startling new research shows hundreds of thousands of rental properties have been stripped from rental markets around the nation with investors offloading properties in Victoria and Queensland in particular – the states leading the war on private landlords.

Download latest issue

Issue 30

July 2023

In this issue...

Since the last edition, our sector has unfortunately been hit with a variety of new attacks on investors – seemingly as a way to reduce rental prices. PIPA has been publicly representing the interests of members and consumers in each one of these investor strikes and will continue to do so, thanks to the continued support of our members.

Download latest issue

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.