EXPLORE OPPORTUNITIES BEYOND PUBLIC-MARKET EQUITIES AND BONDS.
Diversify with thoroughly vetted residential real estate, generating high yields and fixed income.
REDUCE PLATFORM AND INSTITUTIONAL FEES WITH DIRECT ACCESS
IN A PROPERTY FUND PROVIDING INCOME SECURITY
FIXED INCOME HIGH YIELDS
We set foot on every property and thoroughly scrutinize each deal using proprietary due diligence principles and conservative financial models.
MEMBERS CAN INVEST IN PROFESSIONALLY MANAGED REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENTS
Klear Capital simplifies property investing with an indirect property investment strategy that delivers higher yields than traditional residential real estate investing.
ONLY THE RIGHT OPPORTUNITIES
On average, for every 25 development sites we come across weekly, only one may meet all the criteria of our rigorous underwriting process.
0New homes over the next 10 years.
0Residential home shortfall per year
0Melbourne population growth
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE MARKET?
VICTORIA’S peak development industry body has predicted the state needs to add 60,000 new homes to its landscape each year for more than a decade to house a swelling population.
But the Urban Development Institute of Australia Victorian has warned that getting enough builders to complete almost 10,000 more homes than were built in either of the past two financial years could be a challenge.
The UDIA branch’s latest Residential Development Index shows even with the industry operating at record levels, the 78,000 estimated building approvals for this financial year will add only 60,840 additional homes to the state’s supply, as some existing properties are demolished to make way for new ones.
The UDIA also estimates as many as 8000 of these homes will become holiday homes or otherwise unavailable as full-time residences, leaving a 3680 shortfall against the demand for new homes to accommodate the rising population. Source: UDIA
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Solving house shortage problems
Not all developed properties have been or will be, in the right locations. We develop in areas that actually will experience a shortage.
Victoria is underprepared for its booming population and needs to embrace higher density living if it is to keep up with demand for new homes, the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) has said.