Source: Business News Australia

OPENCORP lets property investors buy into blue chip suburbs without paying top dollar.

On top of that, the Melbourne property developer and fund manager has delivered its investors an average annualised return of 24 per cent over the past nine years.

That’s a significant lead on residential price growth in our capital cities, which averaged at 6.8 per cent in the year to March.

OpenCorp believes it is pioneering a new way to invest in Australian property via crowdsourcing.

For as little as $10,000, investors can score a piece of tightly held markets like Hawthorn East in Melbourne and West End in Brisbane.

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