Catherine Cashmore


Catherine Cashmore has been working in the Australian real estate market for over 13 years.

She has assisted hundreds of home buyers and investors to secure real estate in the best possible location, for the best possible price.  

Originally from the UK, and having lived in the US, Catherine is a seasoned traveller who has extensive experience across a range of international real estate markets.

She is author of ‘Speculative Vacancies’, the only study in the world that analyses long term vacant housing based on water usage data.

This annual report generates much international attention and has influenced policy reform in Australia and overseas.  Additionally, it provides valuable information to real estate investors who want to protect themselves from volatile markets. 

Working with Philip J Anderson, an international leader on market cycles, Catherine is an expert on the real estate/land cycle and its effects on regional markets around the world.

She is a contributing editor to Port Philip Publishing’s Cycles, Trends & Forecasts – the only publication that teaches real estate investors about the land cycle and its effects on the economy.

A regular and highly respected commentator across local and international media, Catherine speaks about all aspects of real estate and the economy.

A sought after public speaker and President of the tax reform think tank Prosper Australia, Catherine is called upon regularity to interact with policy makers and housing organisations to discuss real estate policy reform. 

She is often called upon to give guest lectures to RMIT and Sydney University’s undergraduate and post graduate students on international real estate markets.

With a comprehensive understanding of the real estate market, including the tax and policy environment that few would be able to equal, Catherine can assist you to profit whatever your budget.

You can contact Catherine directly on 0458 143 089 or at



Herald Sun Pic .jpg

Please contact us for more information
or call us on +61 458 143 089

There are some errors in your form.