Tuesday April 9th, 6.30pm
Level 1, 64 Harcourt St, North Melbourne
Presenter: Karl Fitzgerald
Prosper’s controversial report is back to investigate the number of vacant properties flying in the face of the ‘supply crisis’.
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The report provides insights on the speculative investment strategies adopted and how they culminate in vacancy outcomes.
Further analysis is provided on how the state of the property cycle affects the number of vacancies.
It has been three years since our last Speculative Vacancies report. A lot has changed in that time, with both state and federal vacancy taxes implemented. The paper includes detailed reforms addressing why current vacancy settings do not add up.
Join report author Karl Fitzgerald for his first Speculative Vacancies report since the landmark 2007 investigation.
Drinks and nibbles will follow the presentation. Seats are limited so book now.