How to invest in Australian Property

Buying Investment Property In Australia

Non-Resident Buyers

Historic data shows that for nearly a century Australian residential property prices (on average) has doubled in value every 7-10 years.  

The good news is Australian government allow international (non-resident) buyers to invest in Australian property, however, this is subject to Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB) approval and non-resident buyers are restricted to what they can and cannot purchase.

 

How to get started?

Step 1. Set your budget

It is important to know how much you want to spend on your investment property. Get fiance pre-approval if needed.

Step 2. Appoint a buyer's agent

An experienced buyer's agent can independently find properties that are suitable for your investment needs and within Foreign Investment Review Board guild lines for non-resident investors. 

Step 3. Select the right property

Your buyer's agent will negotiate the price and terms of contract on your behalf.

Step 4. Apply for Foreign Investment Review Board approval

The purchase contract will be reviewed by your conveyancer who will apply for Foreign Investment Review Board approval on your behalf. 

 

What's Next?

Have a question or want to get started?

Contact Investors Buyer's Agents or use this Form to submit your property requirements.

Next Step?

Have a question or want to get started?

Call Khalid Nayab on 0437 399 927