Over the last decade we have perfected a detailed research methodology that covers all key aspects affecting the property market. Our team of dedicated, full-time research analysts are constantly studying the market which allows our members to take advantage of opportunities often unseen to the average investor.
Our strict selection criteria is aimed at identifying properties which are:
- Low risk – Peace-of-mind you are acquiring a safe and responsible investment.
- High-yielding – Stable and guaranteed cash flow generating increasing returns.
- Strong capital growth – Short to medium term gain enabling the next investment purchase.
Once our research has established the suburbs ready for capital growth, we then seek to identify the best properties within the suburb to make your investment.
Lianna Pan has developed a strict and proven 13-Point Property Selection Criteria:
To maximise depreciation and rental yield while gaining defect rectification and structural warranty.
Within the suburb and surrounding areas.
Proximity to insfrastructure
Must be close to planned and existing infrastructure (e.g. schools, medical, transport & entertainment).
Strong Rental Yield
4.5% rental yield or greater.
Exclusively Negotiated Benefits
Member-only benefits include exclusive access to premium properties and benefits negotiated directly with developers.
Provisions for on-site manager or access to a proven local property manager.
Increasing number of higher paid workers, solid wage growth and low unemployment.
Boutique or Multi-staged Development
Larger master-planned estates may be acceptable in special circumstances.
Low Vacancy Rate
3.5% or below, short term peaks in vacancy rate are acceptable when new stock hits the market.
Value for Money
Valuation and comparable sales analysis supports developer asking price.
Quality Developer / Builder
Extensive background checks which confirm quality and credibility.
Modern Design & Quality Finishes
Appealing to at least three demographics for rental demand and resale appeal.
Limited New Homes Supply
Versus underlying demand.