Forget rental guarantees from a developer who might be gone tomorrow these units are fully leased for ten years and managed by one of Australia’s largest Registered Housing Providers.
Fully leased to key workers eg nurses, teachers, firefighters they are truly a Worry Free investment property.
A whole lot of small investments is shaping up to be the next big thing.
Small homes and apartments that are affordable for key
Most autonomous car companies see ridesharing and taxi services as the clearest way for fully autonomous vehicles to become useful and cost effective. Unsurprisingly, ridesharing companies (whose largest expense is paying human drivers) are in enthusiastic agreement. Lyft in particular has formed partnerships with GM’s Cruise Automation, Waymo, and nuTonomy.
Last week, Lyft announced a new autonomous vehicle partnership, this time with Drive.ai, who plans to deploy their deep learning-based autonomous vehicles in and around San Francisco.
Lucky San Franciscans can look forward to getting Lyfted by autonomous cars driven by deep learning
Automation is hitting farming again! The 20th century got rid of the horses, will the 21st century see the end of the people?
So a farmer can sit in his unit on the Gold Coast while the ‘bots run things?
That;s gotta be good if we do it right.
This is as autonomous as farming gets, without any humans having to get themselves dirty, or even go outside
Jobs at Amazon are changing but total jobs for humans across the economy are falling. What is the answer? Less hours? Universal Basic Income?
Amazon is on the forefront of automation, finding new ways of getting robots to do the work once handled by human employees.
What Causes Low Housing Affordability? Low Wages is a Big One!
What causes low housing affordability? This is a question people have been asking since this current property boom began.
Perhaps it isn’t the right question.
Housing Affordability – The Real Issue and What Can Be Done About It. DF Partners, May 2017
Only 8% of Australians aged between 18 and 35 (the millennials) believe they will be financially better off than their parents (Deloitte Millennial Survey 2017). Housing affordability is top of mind for many Australians in this age group resulting from national house prices accelerating ahead of national income.
In this article Development Finance Partners’ (DFP) Senior Credit Executive Stephen Turner discusses the dynamics behind the issue and assesses the potential solutions.