The National Property Research Co.
We are a Brisbane based company that undertakes work across Australia but we have a particular expertise in the Queensland property market.
We provide property market insights that are based on independent research and local market knowledge established through a wide network of property market contacts.
As a result, our clients receive the most up to date information and advice to ensure they make the most informed business decisions.
The National Property Research Company is a business based on wearing out boot leather, car tyres and plane seats.
We believe that in order to really know what is happening in the property market you have to get out there and see what is actually happening. The best research is that which is conducted at the frontline.
This is our speciality and we pride ourselves on it.
Whilst we acknowledge the milestone of Australia reaching 23 million people, forgive me for being anti-sensationalist. 23 million people for the size of Australia is far from being one of the earth’s more crowded destinations. Combine the cities of Beijing and Shanghai and you have a population of 28 million plus. You get the picture...
Whilst many people have heard nothing but doom and gloom about the Gold Coast apartment market, the reality is that the buying opportunities currently available won’t last too much longer. Many projects are down 30% to 40% on valuation from what the original price points were. Now if in 2007 you were offered the same apartment with a discount of that size, most buyers would have snapped them up and told their friends what a great deal they got. In the post GFC environment, there is scepticism about what actually represents a great buy.
Despite recent political events, the world does look at Australia with a high degree of certainty and an expectation of stability. It is these traits that continue to see foreign investment into Australia soar to record levels. Whilst there was some concern surrounding the period of the GFC, Australia conducted itself in such a manner as to prove that it was worthy of significant foreign investment. Our banking and property sectors proved to be highly resilient, a fact not lost on many throughout the world.