Oliver Hume

Oliver Hume is one of Australia’s most reputable residential property funds and real estate services groups.

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By analysing the history, demographics and emerging trends in the market, we provide you with the knowledge and insight to make the best property investment decisions.

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Featured Projects

Bloom Hervey Bay Nikenbah, QLD

Bloom Hervey Bay is a boutique and elevated master-planned estate by developer Resi Ventures. A total of 168 large homesites will be delivered in this seaside location in Hervey Bay on Queensland’s...

Willow Gisborne, VIC

Realise your country lifestyle dream at Willow, a brand new community in the heart of picturesque Gisborne, the gateway to the spectacular Macedon region, just 45 minutes from the Melbourne CBD.

St Andrews Andrews Farm, SA

Located in Adelaide’s rapidly growing northern suburbs, St Andrews is a safe, welcoming community where you can make the most of beautiful open green spaces and beautifully designed streetscapes....

Neighbourhoods are more than just groups of buildings. We use our 70 years of experience, plus in-depth research to create superb communities.

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For over 70 years, our rigorous property research has helped countless owner-occupiers and investors achieve their property and investment goals.

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Our reputation is built on an intricate knowledge of off-the-plan property, coupled with the power of in-depth location research.

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Southeast Queensland Land Grab Continues As Supply Returns

Southeast Queensland Land Grab Continues As Supply Returns

28 June 2024

Southeast Queensland’s land market recovery continues to gather pace with a swag of new supply hitting the market this weekend and the June quarter shaping up as the busiest in nearly three years.   Property services group Oliver Hume is this weekend releasing more than 80 new homesites to the...

Oliver Hume UDIA National Congress 2024

Oliver Hume UDIA National Congress 2024

19 March 2024

On Monday, March 18th, the UDIA National Congress 2024 kicked off with the Welcome Night, an event traditionally sponsored by Oliver Hume. The event was held at the Great Hall at the National Gallery of Victoria. Almost 500 attendees were addressed by members of the UDIA as well as Julian Coppini...

Three Simple Ways We Can Lower Building Costs And Improve Affordability

Three Simple Ways We Can Lower Building Costs And Improve Affordability

31 May 2024

For more than four years, beginning in early 2020 when COVID-19 reached our shores, the Australian home building industry has faced a series of challenges that have tested the industry, consumers, and government.    The impact on supply has been especially pronounced.    Less than 164,000 new...

The Changing Face of Australia Ensures a Robust Future for our Regions

The Changing Face of Australia Ensures a Robust Future for our Regions

13 March 2024

New data showing residential property prices in Australia’s regional areas outpacing capital cities should come as no surprise.   The continued increase in demand for property in regional areas, many of which faced decades of decline, was a trend that accelerated during the period affected by C...

Budget Fix Needed For Victoria’s Capital Crisis

Budget Fix Needed For Victoria’s Capital Crisis

3 May 2024

The upcoming Victorian Budget will be one of the most important in recent years, especially in tackling the many challenges Melbourne and regional Victoria face.   The state’s growing housing shortage and affordability crisis remains one of the most critical areas requiring urgent attention fro...

It’s time to be bold - housing policy must start working in 2024

It’s time to be bold - housing policy must start working in 2024

8 January 2024

By Julian Coppini, CEO Project Marketing & George Bougias, National Head of Research   The Federal Government’s recent changes to migration policy is just the latest sign that, as a nation, we have fundamentally failed to plan for the needs of a growing population.   Increasing homelessne...

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