You are invited to join our industry leaders who will provide deep and comprehensive insights into the state of the property market for investors in Australia as we continue to navigate the changing times with COVID-19.
We will cover off on the key trends across residential and commercial property investment, practical implications of different strategies explained through case study examples, what to look out for when investing in property and much more.

One event, two experiences
This hybrid event will be held in-person at the National Press Club in Canberra and streamed live for those wishing to join virtually.

Key takeaways will include:  

  • Opportunities in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane markets
  • Risks to be aware of
  • Pros and cons of different strategies and objectives
  • Strategies to build long-term wealth
  • Best way to structure your investment
Registrations are limited!

Please note, in-person registrations are limited.

For further information, please contact Stephanie on
Tuesday, 30 March 2021

In-person: 9.30am for a 10.00am start - 11.00am AEDT
Webinar: 10.00am - 11.00am AEDT

National Press Club
16 National Circuit, Barton
Julian Muldoon, Director, 1Group Property Advisory

1Group Property Advisory provides a bespoke offering to ensure you achieve the best possible result when making a commercial or residential acquisition through purchase or lease. We believe that finding the right property is just as important as avoiding the wrong one.

Julian’s extensive property investment experience has meant that he has personally enjoyed the satisfying results that come from a well-researched and astutely negotiated property purchase. His team are all committed to the same vision: to be the most trusted people in real estate.

1Group Property are buying and leasing advocates. They do not sell or lease property, nor do they accept commissions or kickbacks from agents or any other service providers. They are an independent property advisory firm, representing the interests of our clients only.
Andrew Sykes, Director, RSM Australia

Andrew is Director of the Business Advisory division in Canberra and the National Leader of Technology. With over 20 years' experience advising businesses on taxation, growth and improvement strategies.

He has advised on the financial and taxation implications of both property investment and development. 

Andrew works with his clients to grow their wealth through tax efficiency and smart investing.
Benjamin Grady, Director, BAL Lawyers

Benjamin is a Director in the Property Team at BAL Lawyers. He is an experienced commercial property lawyer whose practice areas include the sale and acquisition of commercial, retail and residential real estate, commercial leasing, and property development.

His experience and knowledge allows him to provide practical and cost-effective advice in order to achieve the best outcome for his client, whether they be an individual, association, or company including self-managed superannuation funds.

Benjamin is a Director of the Real Estate Institute of the ACT and a Committee Member of the Australian Property Institute’s ACT Young Property Professionals.
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