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SPI’s Phillip Tarrant to speak at property conference

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Smart Property Investment editor Phillip Tarrant has been named as one of the keynote speakers to appear at the upcoming Multifocus Properties & Finance Property Evening.

Mr Tarrant will join a leading Commonwealth Bank economist and Multifocus CEO Philippe Brach in addressing property investors on a host of topical market issues.

The free information session will concentrate on the outlook for the property market in 2012 as well provide attendees with a practical guide to investment research and strategies.

Mr Tarrant said a firm grasp of what’s happening in the property market had never been more important for investors.

“There has been a lot of uncertainty surrounding the property market in 2011. As we move into 2012, those investors who are well-versed on the outlook and opportunities for Australia’s markets will be best placed to succeed.

“In addition to understanding the market, effective research is also key and I will be sharing with attendees how they can develop and hone effective research strategies in order to make the best investment decisions possible.”

The Multifocus Property Evening will take place on Tuesday 18 October from 6pm until 8pm. Reservations can be made at www.multifocus.com.au.

SPI’s Phillip Tarrant to speak at property conference
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