Hi, and welcome to Spring!
Spring brings new growth and opportunities; unlike last year, it has been a very active start to September. In the previous month, we’ve had a range of new projects come through – mainly in the visual impact evidence space. We’re set for a busy period leading into the end of the year as the project marketing space is also starting to pick up in activity.
With the seeming stabilisation of interest rates and the escalation of the construction costs slowing down – a bit of certainty is coming back into the market. The overseas buyers are highly active – proven by the clearance rates above 60% in Victoria and NSW and 76% in South Australia – the main markets where auctions are a prevalent form of real estate sales.
On the other hand, the supply problem is far from being solved – this will take quite a while, especially since ASIC insolvency statistics show 2213 building companies collapsed during the 2022-23 financial year — a 72% increase on the previous 12-month period. The alarming trend is blamed on a “perfect storm” of factors, including fixed price contracts, escalating costs, supply chain disruptions and tradie shortages.
All in all, while some of the economic landscape has changed and some of the construction issues are being resolved, the ultimate deciding factor to the current upswing in activity is the massive migration levels hitting our shores, causing the excess demand and as property developers are not paid to stand still, they are working out a way forward.
This month, we tackle Mike’s approach with the pre-eminent B2B social network – LinkedIn. Rather than looking for vanity metrics like engagement and comments, he generated something far more valuable.
The brief from our clients for this project was to showcase the most critical aspects to the target audience – a sense of communal living, easy access to high-quality entertainment and healthcare facilities, and a straightforward selection process for the home facade of their choice.
Buwan Ng Wika – Celebration of Filipino Language
We wanted to introduce you to our latest team member, who joined us a few months ago and what a better way to tell you about her than through her kids and the recent celebration of Buwan Ng Wika. Here is a bit about Marlou Jane Adlawon – the Marketing Queen:
“Four months is what it took me to find a company with the same values. Over the course of the last couple of months, I had the privilege of being a part of a small yet highly seasoned team here at Eagle Vision. We have a tight-knit group led by our founder Stan and our project manager Yuliya. Their camaraderie and shared history created a unique and welcoming work environment for me. Each team member brought a wealth of experience and expertise to the table, making it an ideal place for a newcomer like me to learn and grow.
One of the most significant benefits of working with this team was the continuous learning opportunities. I was encouraged to take on challenging tasks and responsibilities that allowed me to be creative. Stan and Yuliya were not just workmates but generously shared their knowledge and guided me through every step of the learning process.
Overall, my experience with the team has been an invaluable chapter in my career. The best part about being here is that it’s not all about work, but we value family and having fun along the way and in return, I would like to share my culture through one of the most celebrated events in my home country.
Every August in the Philippines, a month-long celebration known as Buwan ng Wika is held to promote the nation’s official language, which is Filipino. I hope that the photos I am sharing give you a taste of how Filipinos are as I am immensely grateful for the learnings and opportunities I received during my 2-month period, and I hope to stay with the company for a very long time.”
Please welcome MJ and let us know if you’d like to know more about how we do what we do,
To your development success,