PIPA Adviser Issue 31

Oct 2023Karen Millers

War on investors hurting tenants as investors sell up

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.

In this issue, the PIPA Adviser features:

  • Investor attacks continuing
  • Top national yield locations revealed as prices and rents rise
  • War on investors hurting tenants as investors sell up
  • Amy Lunardi has been a buyer’s agent for more than a decade, is degree-qualified in economics, is a QPIA, and runs a boutique agency in Melbourne
  • Property market fires up with demand exceeding supply
  • Workplace loneliness is the modern pandemic damaging lives and hurting businesses
  • 2023 PIPA National Conference photo gallery
  • Plus, stay up to date with the latest property news and we welcome our newest members!

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.

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Issue 29

April 2023

In this issue...

With an influx of new entrants flooding the industry, inexperienced and untrained ‘faux’ advisers are on the rise. Stay ahead of the game and learn how to navigate this landscape with our expert insights and analysis.

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Issue 28

October 2022

In this issue...

Our 2022 PIPA Annual Investor Sentiment Survey created a national media frenzy when it was released in late September.

It also produced the first dataset that shows what has happened to rental supply – investors have offloaded their properties in the hundreds and thousands.

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We strive to bring accountability, ethics, and education to the property investment industry.

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