- Analysts predict Sydney property prices to rise by the end of this year.
- TUDI launches their new website in August which will allow subscribers to use an online tool to identify the next suburb hotspots.
- TUDI has partnered with the University of Wollongong, applying new developments in AI and the analysis of success factors in determining a property boom
Look at market fluctuations as your friend rather than your enemy; profit from folly rather than participate in it.”- Warren Buffet
There is renewed confidence in the Australian property market, with signals pointing to an upswing. Analysts predict Sydney property prices to rise by the end of this year and with APRA loosening home lending rules in May, the signs are there for a definite turnaround. Property is looking up.
The timing is good as TUDI launches our website in August which will allow subscribers to use an online tool to identify the next suburb hotspots and take advantage of new market opportunities in the property turnaround.
TUDI subscribers will be provided with the most accurate insight into property opportunities across more than 5,000 Australian suburbs.
The tool offers a new way to scan the Australian property market to identify suburbs that will outperform the market, as well as pick the best time to sell. TUDI has partnered with the University of Wollongong, applying new developments in AI and the analysis of success factors in determining a property boom.
AI Project with the University of Wollongong
The SMART Infrastructure Facility of the University of Wollongong and its Digital Living Lab is working with TUDI in applying AI (ARIMA and LSTM) to develop insights on the property market and further progress the predictive capability of the technology for the August launch. By understanding the dynamics of suburbs that outperform the market, including socio-economic analysis, the technology will determine which factors can be associated with a boom in the market.
Smashing the Smashed Avocado Myth
The smashed avocado for breakfast has come to represent the apparent inability for millennials to enter the property market. The analogy being that they are choosing immediate gratification in the form of smashed avocado for breakfast for $22 as there is no point in saving to even attempt to enter the property market. That may be true for some, but with research undertaken by TUDI, we are ready to smash that myth.
The FIRE movement – Financial Independence, Retire Early – is still in its early stages in Australia, but represents an emerging group of 25-39-year-olds who are determined to retire by 50 with $3 to $5 million in assets. Developing portfolios with a mix of risk/return, you will see this group investing in ASX and US shares, cryptocurrency and property as they aim to hit the retirement goal at 50. Disillusioned with superannuation, and not being able to access it until late in their lives, they are looking to maximise return with property investment opportunities even interstate and not being constrained by investing in suburbs that they know.
How do we Do it?
We use 5 unique factors that when used together show which suburbs have the greatest potential for rapid price rises. These factors include supply & demand, rental occupancy rates, seller confidence, potential for positive gearing, and the stage in the potential upswing.
This allows the investor to customise which of the 5 factors are more important based on their risk profile and what is most critical to their property investment strategy. The tool also allows for comparison across suburbs the investor has selected.
Smart investors are also aware that property does not simply double every 7-10 years so they are moving away from a ‘buy and hold’ strategy. Our smart technology allows investors to move in and out of their property investments at the optimal time to maximise profit.
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