The 12 Christmas gift ideas for property investors

Property ObserverDecember 6, 20120 min read

Looking for the perfect gift idea or stocking stuffer for a property investor in your life? Here are our 12 suggestions:

A helpful guide to buying, selling or managing property. Examples include Buying Property for Dummies, Selling Property for Dummies and Simple and Successful Property Management.


A toolbox or tool belt. Whether the investor wants to do an entire DIY makeover or just spruce up a property between tenants, good tools and a can-do attitude can save thousands. 



 A calendar with the dates of the Home Buyer and Investor Shows during 2013. The show will hit Perth from March 23-24, Brisbane on June 1-2, Sydney from July 19 to July 21 and Melbourne on August 23-25.



A year's subscription to to identify the next property hotspot. A subscription includes reports, a weekly newsletter and insights from Australia's premier property hotspot expert, Terry Ryder.


A landlord magnet, shirt or teddy bear, all available from Cafe Press.


Build-a-Lot, a real estate computer game where you can flip houses for quick cash or invest for the long term. 



A donation to a homelessness charity, such as Melbourne Citymission or Hutt St Cetnre in Adelaide. Christmas is a time to think of those less fortunate, and a donation in someone's name will be much appreciated. 




 The new Designer Suburbs: Architects and Affordable Homes in Australia book about houses by Petitt & Sevitt and similar project builders of the 1960s and '70s. It's written by Judith O'Callaghan and Charles Pickett, who is curator of design and built environment at the PowerhouseMuseum. Its a $50 book.



A gingerbread house. Wouldn't this be the sweetest investment? Lisa the Gingerbread Lady makes them for delivery and pick-up in Melbourne, or you can try That Gingerbread Place in Sydney



 The Sydney Monopoly game. Who wouldn't want to buy and sell the priciest real estate in the Harbour City? 



 A Saint Benedict Home Protection Kit, given Saint Benedict is known as the protector of hearth and home.



A crystal ball. Wouldn't every property investor like one of these to predict what the market will do next year?

Property Observer

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Find out more in our privacy policy.
Accept Cookies