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How property professionals can get ahead in 2022

Predictions about market prosperity and reflections on record-breaking real estate results will be in the spotlight when legal technology firm,
Dye & Durham hosts its series of exclusive events for Victorian, New South Wales and Queensland property professionals this month.

The Future Property & Development Insights Virtual Roadshow Series will arm the industry with all the information and insights they need about the property and development landscape and its dynamic future across Australia’s eastern seaboard.

The event comes as the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealed that the Residential Property Price Index saw a 16.8 per cent increase nationally over the last twelve months. Price hikes weren’t just restricted to the cities, with the mean price of a residential home now sitting at $835,700.*

Event attendees will learn from the best in the business about upcoming development projects in their area and how property projects can be streamlined with technology.

Dye & Durham Managing Director, Peter Maloney said he was excited to host the event to shed a light on the property industry, which has changed significantly over the past two years during COVID-19.

“Technology has been a key driver in this space, with the sales of homes no longer restricted to geographic location,” Mr Maloney said.

“Buyers can now execute contracts over their phones; sellers can verify buyers in much the same way with these technological advancements now becoming mainstream.

“We are also seeing the way people buy homes shift completely; there isn’t the clear split between a home to live in and an investment, so people are purchasing with both aspects in mind.

“We’re also seeing development projects, significant in both scale and potential, prepare to commence over the next year as the country comes out of COVID,” he said.

Mr Maloney will host the event alongside Dye & Durham Executive General Manager of Software Solutions, Jack Mead and Matter Centre Manager, Ajitpal Kaur. Each event will also welcome insights from Directors of Australia’s leading public policy evaluation and consultancy firm, Urbis.

The event is free to attend, with all attendees eligible to claim 1.5 CPD units toward their practice management and business skills for participating in the seminar.


Event details:


Wednesday 17 November
10:00am – 11:30am AEDT

Register here



Thursday 18 November
12:00pm – 1:30pm AEDT

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Thursday 24 November
11:00am – 12:30pm AEST

Register here