Australia’s property market boom & property market trends

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Continued low supply and high demand is driving up more than sale prices, with new figures revealing rents are also increasing rapidly. SQM Research figures show decade-low vacancy rates and growing demand has lifted weekly asking rents by 13.7% nationally in the past 12 months.

What makes a property grow in value?

How to maximise your property investment growth If you’re considering a property investment, there will be plenty of things on your to-do list – from defining your long-term goals, to organising your finance, to identifying the ideal location. Among these decisions, you should be thinking about the characteristics of the property you choose and its […]

Five reasons to invest in property

Financial security through property investment If you’ve been thinking about building your wealth and securing your financial future, but you’re not sure where to direct your hard-earned money, you might want to consider investing in property. At Reventon, we have supported thousands of Australians to reach their financial goals through property investment. There are plenty […]

When is a good time to buy an investment property?

Considering purchasing an investment property? Whether you’re a young investor, in your forties with a family, or you’re planning for retirement, investing in property can be a safe yet lucrative way to build your wealth for the future. When it comes to investing in property, the saying ‘the sooner the better’ usually applies so you […]

The Reventon Process – How do we select property?

How can a development become a Reventon Approved Property? Reventon’s in-house research teams conduct property marketplace investigation through Government data and leading independent industry bodies to identify the areas of Australia most appropriate for our clients’ investment tactics. Provide value through real estate market insights We focus on providing value through specific insights, strategic recommendations […]