[Property Development] Introduction into Property Development: Masterclass with John and Maggie Smith

  • May 1, 2024
May 31, 2024 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Australia/Sydney Timezone
[Property Development] Introduction into Property Development: Masterclass with John and Maggie Smith

Dear Oxbridge Partners and Affiliates,

Oxbridge is much more than just a network of agents and finance brokers, it’s a network of developers, lawyers, migration agents, accountants and all professionals interested in real estate and finance. Oxbridge has hundreds of developers across our network. We have the pleasure of inviting one of our developer members, John Smith. John and Maggie are both seasoned and very experienced developers. John’s ambition is to help people get into action in property development. He often coaches people who want to become property developers, or who need help in expanding their existing property business. He leverages his military, corporate and property development skills to help people realise their aspirations.

Time and Date: Friday 31st May, 2024 12.30pm AEST (WA: 10.30am SA: 12pm)
Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/6806901300


Oxbridge provides all the necessary tools for property developers such as Corelogic, Archistar, PropCalc Property development is the process of transforming raw land or existing properties into new developments that meet the demands of the market. It involves various stages, from initial feasibility studies and securing financing to design, construction, and ultimately, marketing and sales or leasing. Property developers oversee every aspect of the project, from acquiring permits to managing contractors and ensuring compliance with regulations. The goal is to create valuable assets that contribute to the built environment while generating returns for investors. Successful property development requires a blend of market insight, financial acumen, project management skills, and a keen eye for design and innovation.

-Property Development Feasibility Software: Platforms like EstateMaster, PropCalc, and PropertyMetrics offer sophisticated software for analysing the financial feasibility of development projects. These tools help developers assess potential returns, sensitivity analysis, cash flow projections, and risk management.

-Development Approval Portals: Local council websites often provide information and resources related to development approval processes, zoning regulations, building codes, and planning policies specific to different regions. These portals streamline the application process and keep developers informed about regulatory requirements.

– Real Estate Market Research: Companies such as CoreLogic, RP Data, and realestate.com.au provide comprehensive market research and data analysis tools. Developers can access property market trends, demographic insights, property sales histories, and forecasts to inform their investment decisions and development strategies.

– Urban Planning and Design Software: Tools like UrbanSim, CityEngine, and SketchUp offer urban planning and design solutions for visualizing development projects, creating 3D models, simulating urban scenarios, and assessing the impact of proposed developments on the built environment.

– Project Management Software: Platforms like Procore, BuilderStorm, and Buildertrend streamline project management processes, including scheduling, budgeting, document management, communication, and collaboration among project stakeholders. These tools help developers optimize workflows and ensure project efficiency. Environmental Assessment Tools: Environmental assessment tools such as EnviroDevelopment and Green Star provide frameworks for evaluating and certifying the sustainability performance of development projects. Developers can use these tools to incorporate environmentally friendly design features and achieve green building certifications.

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