Property investing in Australia isn’t just about the bottom line or the bricks and mortar, it’s about being able to make a positive change to the way you live today and the way you, and your family, can live in the future.

We’ve helped Australians from all walks of life with property investment – people with high or modest incomes, those with several properties looking to diversify, to those looking to make their first property investment but have no idea where to start. From high income earners or busy professionals who want to invest in property and want a trusted company to take care of the process for them, to empty nesters looking for financial support in the future.



Brenten & Janelle represent the young family who took the first important (and sometimes scary) step with property investment. They are in the midst of their careers with their four children ranging from primary to high school age, so cash flow is extremely important to them as they will have increasing and ad hoc expenses arising whilst their children are growing up. Brenten and Janelle’s main motivation to invest in property was to be able to assist their children into their first properties later on in their lives, something that Property Way has helped them achieve.



Rob & Jen are empty nesters looking forward to their retirement in the next 10 years. Some of the motivations behind their decision to invest in property included providing additional income for them in the years to come as well as the ability to provide for their children and grandchildren in the future. Because of the tighter timeframes, focusing on capital growth and expediting several purchases over a shorter period in order to give the properties time to perform over the next 10 years was very important.



Jo is a motivated and successful young professional woman, well on her way to building an extensive property portfolio. She is approaching the height of a well-established career and wanted to purchase further investment properties with her motivator being financial independence and the ability to cease full time work much earlier than the traditional ‘retirement age’. With a love for overseas travel, shopping and sport, it was important that Jo did not have to sacrifice her lifestyle in order to build a portfolio. She also does not have the benefit of a second income, so risk mitigation strategies and investing within her means was vital.