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Expired: Property Analytics & Buyer Advocacy

Andrew Stone’s worked hard to become a respected Real Estate Analyst, Buyers Agent, and Property Developer. Prior to establishing Property Analytics in 2010, he consulted to / worked for Myer, Telstra, Jetstar and other large corporations, as a Senior Data Analyst and Strategist. But with a Carpenter Granddad, and a Developer Dad, real estate called…

Leading real estate industry professionals value the relevant and independent market statistics we provide -from macro-economic analyses and predictions of market directions, through to capital city trends and local suburb profiles.

Property investors appoint us to secure quality residential investments that will grow most in value. We share the extensive data analyses and on-the-ground research that informs our recommendations (think historical performance, demographics, Andrew Stone - Headshot smallkey infrastructure, etc.), and look after the entire property investment purchase process. 

As experienced property development advisors in Melbourne, we know where to buy, and what to look for when searching for quality townhouse development sites. Our development services include project feasibilities, purchase negotiation, development design, and attainment of planning permissions.

Contact us via phone or email if you require statistical analyses on the market, or you’re seeking an investment property or development site in Melbourne. Andrew will gladly talk real estate with anyone!  

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Ivanhoe, VIC 3079 

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