Property Case Competition 2017

The Property Case Competition gives students the experience of consulting for a property development firm or company on the best use and highest return for a property. Students will be given 72 hours to create a proposal and will pitch their ideas on how to develop the property to a panel of judges.

At the commencement of the competition, teams will receive an electronic copy of the case document via email. Teams will create a powerpoint presentation and written proposal within 72 hours based on the information provided in the case and their own additional research.

Each team will give a presentation on their proposal with four teams selected for the final round. The judging panel will consist of representatives from the property industry. You have the opportunity to create solutions with impact. Members of the finalist teams will be eligible for selection for the International Property Case Competition team for 2017 if they are not in their final year of study.

Prize pool:

  • First place: $3000
  • Second place: $1200
  • Third place: $800

Team Size: Four people
Team Restrictions: Minimum of two students studying Property or have equivalent experience (e.g. internship)
Preparation Time: 72 hours for Proposal & Presentation slides
Presentation: 10 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of Q&A

All team members must speak at some time during the presentation.

Case Released: Sunday 3rd September, 6pm

Submissions Due: Wednesday 6th September, 6pm

Finalists Announced: Thursday 7th September, 6pm

Finals Round Presentations, Awards and Networking: Friday 8th September, 12-3pm

There is no tutorial for this completion but advisory notes from the industry judges will be provided to all teams.

Please see the resources section of our website for tutorial slides, presentation slides and videos from representative teams.

Practice cases will be available for your team to view prior to the competition. We will email when these are available to be collected. All practice cases must be returned before you can compete and there is a maximum of one case on per team available for loan at any time.