BrickX looks to spread investment wings to Adelaide and Tassie

BrickX looks to spread investment wings to Adelaide and Tassie
BrickX looks to spread investment wings to Adelaide and Tassie

Fractional property investing platform BrickX has completed six months since its official launch, and has managed more than 15,000 signups and 2,850 investors in this period, according to CEO Anthony Millet.

With seven properties under its belt so far in Sydney and Melbourne, the firm is now looking at opportunities further in Adelaide and Tasmania.

Its current portfolio of properties is valued at more than $8,68 million.

Property prices grew 18.4 percent in Sydney while gaining 13.1 percent in Melbourne over the past twelve months, according to CoreLogic - median price index, to Feb 17.

The letter also seeks to answer the questions around liquidity, which was raised in a recent survey the company ran. 

“The current median time for Brick Holders to sell any Bricks they have put up for sale is 1.8 hours (monthly average measured Oct 16 - Feb 17),” Millet says.

It said they will explain clearly the ongoing median times in an update.

There has been market chatter that this pace cannot continue indefinitely, and the CEO letter says the company will “be very selective around the types of properties and suburbs we choose for BRICKX”.  

The company will be hosting a webinar with realestate.com.au chief economist and BRICKX advisor, Nerida Conisbee on March 28 about how the residential market has performed so far in 2017 and what her predictions are for the rest of the year. 

On the panel of advisors for BrickX are CoreLogic’s director of research Tim Lawless and realestate.com.au’s Nerida Conisbee.

For more information on the webinar, click here.

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Residential Investment Brickx

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