Richard Crabb | MD ASPIRE Network | PIPA Board Member

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When new builds go bad

When new builds go bad Like all reputable property investment advisors, I’m sick and tired of unscrupulous operators fleecing money from decent people looking to...

Picking locations by the numbers

When it comes to selecting the best possible property investment, there’s no denying the old adage of ‘Location, location, location’ applies as much to new...

PIPA Member Sydney Breakfast Seminar June 2019

Registrations for the 2019 PIPA Sydney breakfast seminar are closing in a week. To register, click here. You don’t want to miss your chance to hear from...

Four tips for choosing a superior new-build investment

As someone who has advised on hundreds of properties through our network, it frustrates me when ill-informed commentators generalise that new builds are a below-par...

When past performance guarantees future success

The world of finance and property loves a caveat. Whenever an investment advisor is about to launch into a passionate discourse on the relative merits...

Why now is a good time to buy

It’s apparent from the front pages of metropolitan newspapers the time has arrived for the media to start “forecasting” real estate doom and gloom that’s...

Why the media focuses on property doom and gloom

Have you ever noticed any discrepancies in the size of stories by some media on different subjects? Now, usually that is because some topics are...

PIPA Chairman represents PIPA at special government taxation round table

PIPA is proud to announce that Chairman Peter Koulizos was one of a select number of property experts invited to speak at a special round...

Why you must look past glossy property brochures

Real estate marketing is not new because you can’t sell a secret after all. These days, though, there seems to be so much money spent...

How to spot a spruiker from a mile away

In times of market change, we start to hear sad stories of dodgy property advice coming home to roost. Unfortunately, when markets are booming, unscrupulous...