International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated around the world on the 8th of March and is a day to reflect on how far society has come and how far we still have to go to truly achieve gender equality. Last week, the women of CFMG Capital attended an International Women’s Day lunch to celebrate this day.
The point we’re making here isn’t to start trying to essentially ‘stock pick’ or list suburbs outperforming other suburbs in these major markets, but to simply point out the opportunities created by the basic property cycle, particularly for developers (or investors) who take a national view, or even just an eastern seaboard view.
CFMG Capital achieved title registration at two separate projects in South East Queensland in recent weeks, after the single stage 57 lot residential community known as Oakland Pocket in Morayfield completed early in the month. Meanwhile, on the south side – the 75 lot Stage 1 plan, as part of the larger 336 Lot Logan Reserve development known as Middleton Park also achieved title registration.
Given over 85% of the investments in the CFMG Capital investment opportunities have come via SMSF Trustees, it was a natural progression to take part in this industry event, taking the opportunity to enhance technical knowledge, assess various service opportunities and provide education to industry stakeholders about the CFMG Land & Opportunity Fund.
With the housing market cooling off in the two major Australian capitals, we can probably expect some finger pointing from both sides of politics, likely at each other, at APRA, at the banks and anywhere else they feel some political capital can be gained! The incumbent Government appears more focussed on issues other than the property market, and want a non-interventionist approach, while the opposition seem intent on shaking things up.