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NATIONAL PROPERTY MARKET RESEARCH

Property research and data analytics are core to our strategic advice model for each client.

HRB & Co Property Advisory monitor and analyse all property market sector's across Australia's major capital cities and regional centres to provide market leading property advice and performance.

Our Research

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Property Sector Research

HRB & CO Property Advisory has developed the HRB Property Indexes which measures and tracks the performance of Residential, Commercial, Retail, Industrial, Rural and Specialised property classes over the past 30 years.

Our inhouse research forms the foundation of our property investment advice model for our client's optimal asset selection and overall portfolio allocation.

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Capital City & Major Regional
Property Market Research

HRB & Co Property Advisory conducts extensive market research on all Australian capital city and major regional markets across, Industrial, Commercial, Retail and Residential property classes.

 

Our team of experts analyze market trends, key economic, supply and demand, and property value data to provide market leading insights and intelligence for our clients whether they are buying or selling.

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Micro Market Property Research

HRB & Co Property Advisory conducts extensive market research at a micro level on suburbs or sub marketss across, Industrial, Commercial, Retail and Residential property classes.

 

Our team of experts analyze market trends, key economic, supply and demand, and property value & rents, Vacancy rates, demographic and infrastructure data to provide market leading insights and intelligence for our clients whether they are buying or selling.

PROPERTY SECTOR RESEARCH

 

30+ years of analysis across all property sectors to provide market leading property advice and performance

In order to deliver superior long-term property and investment performance for its clients, HRB & CO Property Advisory has developed the HRB Property Indexes which measures and tracks the performance of Australian Direct Property across 6 major asset classes over the past 30 years.

 

The analysis and reporting from our inhouse research team forms the foundation of HRB’s property investment advice model for our client's optimal asset allocation in direct property by drawing upon a variety of data sources to accurately and objectively measuring the performance of direct private real estate investments across the country and all submarkets.

The Indexes defines the direct property Asset Classes as:

  • Retail

  • Commercial

  • Industrial

  • Residential

  • Rural

  • Specialised (mixture of different specialised assets)

​Analysis of the following key attributes of major investment assets has been undertaken:

 

  • Total returns

  • Variability of income returns

  • Variability of total returns

  • Returns for variability

  • Real total returns

  • Downside risk

  • Income returns

  • Prospect of negative annual return​

The HRB Property Indexes forms our Strategic Asset Allocation (SAA) framework providing the appropriate weighting to different asset class groups according to our long-term assumptions of how different investments have and are likely to perform into the future at an appropriate level of risk.

Based on our in-house research team we can move away from this reference portfolio within the permitted ranges in order to dynamically manage investment return & risk.

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Our national property decisions for clients are driven by data.

AUSTRALIAN PROPERTY

MARKET RESEACRH

Our in house research team analyse economic, demographic, and specific property sector data to guide future property buying or selling decisions across Australian capital cities and major regional centres.


Our property market research starts at a macro level. Through our research we are looking for leading indicators for price movement at region level, including:
 

  • Leading Economiindicators 

  • Key Infrastructure investment

  • Supply and Demand indicators

  • Money Supply & Confidence indicators

  • Investment Value & Risk indicators

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