Belvue Property Group’s key strategy is to provide to its investors access to strategic, growing property areas within states of Australia. Our local knowledge, experience and relationships with Australia’s leading property developers, gives us a first insight into prime investment opportunities, which in turn are targeted to become successful acquisitions for our clients.
Australia is one of the world’s most stable, resilient and prosperous investment destinations, offering businesses of all types opportunities to succeed.
Businesses can expect strong economic growth, a highly skilled and diversified workforce, a transparent regulatory environment and a culture which drives innovation. Australia’s strategic geographical location provides 24-hour connectivity between the world’s major time zones in Europe, Asia and the Americas, lending itself to a high level of foreign business investment yearly.
Australia has had consistent, uninterrupted economic growth for the past 24 years, an achievement unparalleled by any other developed country. With a high GDP of US$1.3 Trillion and a triple AAA sovereign credit rating from three global rating agencies, its long history of sustained growth makes it a low-risk and safe environment to do business in. Australia is ranked as the 12th largest economy in the world and amongst the top 5 in the Asian region.
Australia boasts one of the most educated, multicultural and multilingual workforces in the world. With a population of 23.7 million and growing, nearly 40% of its workforce holds a tertiary qualification. Australia is the third most popular study destination amongst international students and a ‘first choice’ education destination within the Asian region.
Australia has one of the most well-regulated and transparent business environments in the world, with a politically stable government and strong regulatory framework in place. It ranks in the top 5 in the world in the Index of Economic Freedom measuring trade, business and investment freedom and property rights, and has done so for the past 7 years.
Australia has been designed and well-planned with the needs of business in mind, through strategically and efficiently locating ports, rail and road transport networks. Its outstanding telecommunications network of satellites and submarine fibre optic cables connects Australia to the world like never before, with seamless access to global business.
Australia is geographically situated directly south of the eastern part of Asia and east of Africa, attracting a high level of business investment. It has a number of existing, longstanding and new trade agreements which drive investment opportunities between its major trading partners in Asia, Europe and North America.
Sydney is one of Australia’s most vibrant cities, home to the world’s finest beaches, seaside towns and cities as well as the Australian Securities Exchange.
With business and lifestyle opportunities spanning across the state’s cities and regional urban centers, Sydney has been recognised as a global leader in professional and financial services, information and communications technology and arts and creative industries.
It also supports a number of thriving industries including mining, manufacturing, agribusiness and biotechnology. With more than 200 multinational corporations establishing their regional headquarters in Sydney, its proven to be the perfect place to do business and invest in.
Melbourne is a thriving city with a population of approximately 4.4 million people, its population being the fastest growing in Australia for the last 10 years. Commonly referred to as ‘Marvellous Melbourne’, it has ranked in the top 3 spots of the world’s most liveable cities since the Global Liveability Index began back in 2006.
Melbourne is known for its highly skilled workforce, multicultural, affluent and fast growing population, close proximity and links to the Asia region and world-class infrastructure.
Its rich legacy of commercial success accounts for nearly a quarter of Australia’s economic activity, despite only representing 3% of Australia’s total land mass.
Brisbane is a flourishing and progressive multicultural city, quickly making its name as Australia’s New World City. It currently accounts for approximately 48% of Queensland’s total economic output and 9% of Australia as a whole.
Well connected to global markets and the closest Australian eastern seaboard capital city to Asia, its cost-competitive business environment and economic resilience is exceptional.
With world-class facilities, a subtropical climate, practical infrastructure and an open, supportive business environment, its easy-going and relaxed nature makes it a convenient destination for investment.