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

The insights provided by Oliver Hume property research give our clients the edge in increasingly competitive and rapidly changing property markets and the certainty that comes from knowing they’re buying in the right location, for the right price, at the right point in the property cycle. 

That's what has made us the first choice when it comes to buying off-the-plan properties.

Best-selling apartment projects


  • Cheltenham
  • From Price On Application
The Principal
  • North Melbourne
  • From $405,000
Bond Quarter
  • West Melbourne
  • From $460,000

Best-selling land projects





Mount Duneed


Ripley Valley - Providence


South Ripley

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2016 UDIA Awards for Excellence
Oliver Hume Property Funds has placed as a finalist in the 2016 Urban Development Institute (UDIA) Awards for Excellence in the High Density Development Category for its statement North Melbourne development, Nord.
Bacchus Marsh reputation grows as population swells
Bacchus Marsh is quickly gaining a reputation as one of Victoria’s top performing property markets. Its growing population, key infrastructure upgrades improving access and excellent affordability is reflected in the recent surge in median prices.
Ipswich property flying high on Amberley Base expansion
A $1.5 billion expansion of Australia’s largest air force base at Amberley near Ipswich has triggered a local property boom with a new $350 million masterplanned community set to capitalise on the nearly 2,000 new base staff and their families moving to the area.
More land needed to ease affordability crisis
Average vacant land prices across South East Queensland rose 3.2 per cent to a new record of almost $250,000 in the three months to the end of August 2016, with a lack of new land being released pushing up demand for existing projects.