As the Australian property market evolves, we’re seeing an increasing trend in buyers looking for high-quality and unique products. 

With house prices easing nationwide, developers now need to compete to attract buyers looking for a new home. It’s no longer an option to opt for cheaper fittings – those looking to buy are becoming ever more educated in the realm of quality building development. 

Developers need to differentiate themselves from competitors through high-quality products.  Ultimately, grabbing a customer’s attention through unbeatable wares and services is one of the best ways for a developer to succeed in today’s market environment. 

Ensuring your building strives for timelessness rather than the current vogue reduces the likelihood of regular refitting, This is typically more attainable when drawing inspiration from the latest architectural and interior design trends from Europe. 

For those delving into the hotel business, including hotspots for travellers such as rooftop bars, pools, high-end restaurants and even clubs should be high on your list. These are investments, not only for your building but for your brand. When meticulously designed, these are the features that can put your building on the map.

Today’s current climate also calls for environmental consideration. For those who are wary of the potential detrimental impact of large scale buildings, considering recyclable, highscale products can be a huge draw to a range of clientele and positive focus.

Whether you’re considering timber, marble fixtures, open plan spaces or all of the above, there’s no doubt customers are looking now more than ever for high-quality finishes that show attention to detail. These design decisions set developers apart from competitors and ensure that they stay afloat in today’s tough market. Ultimately, approaching projects using the three main architectural principles: utility, durability, and style is key to a successful development.

Intangible assets valued by tenants

As a tenant, there are many intangible assets that are valued. Whilst beautiful pools, communal entertaining areas, and well-kept gardens are valued by tenants, there are some intangible assets under the category of communication [...]