For nearly two decades, Jo Brown’s property and business expertise has focused on assisting owner-occupiers and property investors choose the best investment locations based on future growth potential, demographics, amenity and transport connectivity. If required, Jo can recommend authorised experts who can advise you on taxation, superannuation and financial planning strategies to enhance your property investment decision. Jo can also assist with individual, collective or superannuation-funded property investments.
As a licensed real estate principal, Jo has facilitated hundreds of property acquisitions across Australia. The cornerstone of successful property investment is being able to align the transaction with a property that has an exceptional location and features a superior specification, innovative design features and a premium-quality standard of construction managed by an industry-recognised builder.
Jo’s extensive experience with properties associated with the Australian National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) now places her in a prime position to advise on Liveable Housing opportunities associated with our ageing population and NDIS sectors.
Jo’s print media and television property expertise includes articles and interviews with the following media outlets:
> The 7:30 Report
> Today Tonight
> The Finance News Network
> Your Money Your Call
> The Money Magazine
> ABC Radio
Mitch has extensive knowledge of the Australian property market – and this experience extends to the management and sale of commercial and residential investment properties.
Mitch’s recent focus has been project analysis and marketing which has provided an understanding of the property cycles and the resulting opportunities these cycles create. This is commonly referred to as ‘watching the property clock’.
Australia is a large, economically-diverse continent featuring many different industry sectors from oil, gas, mining and processing through to the finance and administration sectors headquartered in Sydney and Melbourne. These different sectors follow varying performance cycles which, in turn, create a variety of property cycles throughout Australia. Typically, these property cycles run in opposite directions at the same time. That is, when the property market in strong in Western Australia it is often weaker in the Eastern States.
A decision to buy property comes down to both ‘time’ and ‘timing’ in any market. Mitch believes that you should make a property investment decision at a ‘time’ that reflects your personal situation, with the selection of a location for your investment being made to ensure your ‘timing’ reflects the current and potential future market conditions. This approach can assist in early capital growth.