NSW State of the Market: Residential (N171026)

5:00pm Thursday, 26 October 2017
6:45pm Thursday, 26 October 2017
Clayton Utz - Sydney
Level 15, 1 Bligh Street
Sydney, New South Wales 2000

As part of the API NSW ‘State of the Market’ Series, we are pleased to present a panel of industry leading experts from BIS Oxford Economics, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Mirvac and CBRE who will provide their topical insights, analysis and predictions for the residential property sector.

Topics to be covered from our presenters include:

  • Can the state’s economy and demographic shift towards apartment living continue to absorb the scale of apartment construction taking place? 
  • Is demand for apartments becoming more broad-based beyond young apartment renters?
  • How is the tighter lending environment impacting investors and developers?
  • Is the clampdown on foreign buyers having a pronounced effect on sale rates, volumes and the broader development sector?
  • What are the ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ suburbs in the Sydney right now? How is the premium apartment sector performing?
  • What is the outlook for rental growth, yields and property prices for the Sydney Market?

As the final 'State of the Market' session for 2017, the seminar is a must for all property professionals who are interested or involved in the residential property sector.

This event will be hosted by Bill Fatouros, National Director, Institutional & Middle Markets NSW, Valuation & Advisory, JLL. An interactive Q&A session with the presenters will be included as part of the program.



Read more about the Presenters

Angie Zigomanis
Senior Manager – Residential Property
BIS Oxford Economics

Angie holds a Bachelor of Business (Property) from the University of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and heads BIS Oxford Economics' Residential Research Unit. He previously worked as a research officer in the property consultancy of CB Richard Ellis (Victoria), before beginning his tenure at BIS Oxford Economics in 1996 on assignment to Urban Land Corporation (now Places Victoria), providing an in-house consultancy role. 

Angie has worked across both BIS Oxford Economics' Sydney and Melbourne offices, with his role having expanded to cover residential property nationally over this time. Now based in the Melbourne office, Angie is responsible for BIS Oxford Economics' range of regular residential market studies including Residential Property ProspectsInner City ApartmentsApartments in Sydney SuburbsThe Outlook for Residential Land, and Emerging Trends in Residential Market Demand

Angie also undertakes regular demand and supply analyses at the state and regional level, as well as heading up an extensive range of tailored research for BIS Oxford Economics' clients across the residential sector.

Kevin Stanley
Head of Property Strategy and Research
Commonwealth Bank

Kevin Stanley is the Head of Property Strategy and Research at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.  Kevin has over 25 years’ experience researching, analysing and reporting on the commercial and residential property markets of Australia.  His role at the CBA is to give direction to property lending exposure across development and investment, as well as providing research support to complex transactions.  Kevin is a Fellow of the Australian Property Institute and twice awarded the API Excellence in Property Award for innovation and industry-leading research.

Victoria McCreadie
Acquisitions NSW Apartments

Victoria joined Mirvac in 2013 as a member of their Apartments New Business team to focus on acquisitions in the Sydney market for large scale apartments and mixed use projects. Victoria currently runs the NSW Apartments New Business division and over the last five years she has secured some of Mirvac’s most exciting apartment projects. Some of these projects include Bondi, Sydney Olympic Park, St Leonards Square and Marrickville.

Previously Victoria was a Sales Executive for Knight Frank, Sydney and McGrath, focusing on project marketing and off the plan apartment sales. Prior to this Victoria worked in Knight Frank, London for 5 years, being the first female employee within the Residential Development division. It was here she qualified as a RICS accredited Chartered Surveyor specialising in Residential Development Valuations. 

Victoria has a Business and Economics degree from the University of Cardiff, UK and a Masters in Real Estate from The Reading University, UK. She has always had a passion for development and specialises in negotiating complex, inner city land deals involving multiple stakeholders.

David Milton
Managing Director, Residential Projects

David jointly established CBRE Residential Projects in 2007 through the merger of Realty Marketing and Abadeen Realty. Prior to acquisition by CBRE, between 1996 and 2007, David grew Realty Marketing from a business servicing one client with a turnover of 50 apartments a year into a major Sydney-focused project marketing company. Within 6 years sales turnover increased to more than 500 sales per year.

David has grown CBRE Residential Projects nationally and internationally, opening offices in Brisbane, the Gold Coast and Melbourne, and starting up International Project Marketing Asia (IPM) in joint venture with CBRE China.


4:30pmRegistration opens
5:00pmForum commences
6:45pmForum closes, followed by light refreshments
7:45pmEvent concludes

Registration Fees

Early bird (closes Friday 6 October) 
API Member$96
API Student Member$69.50
Standard Rate (from Saturday 7 October) 
API Member$106
API Student Member$79.50
All fees include GST 

CPD Points

Attendance at this event accrues 2 CPD Points. 


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