Property Uplift Program

Unlock The Secret of Accelerating Wealth & Cashflow Through
Low Risk Small Property Developments

What is Included in the Property Uplift Program


2 day Livestream Event (Value $2,000)

Build on your knowledge in a one-stop-shop interactive live virtual learning event. Dominique will personally deliver 2 days of leading edge content, plus bring her whole team of development experts to you for a live virtual 2-day immersion process. It includes a comprehensive workbook, exercises, keynote talks from experts in their field.


Accelerator Home Study course (Value $10,000)

Access to our members-only resource portal, you will have everything you need to succeed:

  • Workshop videos
  • Course manual and resources
  • Templates and forms
  • Members-only deal hub


RP Data Professional By Corelogic (Value $2,400)

6-months access to our custom built online platform for sourcing sites and cutting edge due diligence.


Blockbrief By Corelogic (Value $750)

6-months access to Blockbrief, the only online tool to identify development on and off market opportunities. Australia-wide and quickly and easily research any council requirements in one place.


Cordell Connect By Corelogic (Value $2,250 )

6-month subscription to industry website to find abandoned sites and developments and meet all the industry players in your chosen development area – your “insider” tool for networking and keeping your finger on the development pulse.


Quarterly “Infill Reports” For 5 Postcodes Of Your Choice By Corelogic (Value $3,750 )

6-months subscription to your own private market analyst for your chosen area, keeping you up to date when it comes to development potential, opportunities and saleability in your area/s.


Feastudy (Value $750 )

Access to Feastudy, the developer software for foolproof due diligence, as well as creating professional feasibilities and business plans.


Cordell Estimator By Corelogic (Value $9,200)

6-month subscription to Cordell Estimator to create estimates and quotes quickly, easily and accurately with access to a huge range of building costs.


Archicad (Value $4,995 )

6-months access to Archicad, a premiere architectural design tool to facilitate 3D renderings of developments, helping you to visualise, create and present your proposition professionally.


Legal Repository: Contracts, Forms, Templates And Special Conditions (Value $3,000 )

All the documentation and knowledge you need to structure any deal to your advantage. Giving you the power to do a multi-million-dollar deal with no money down and the deck of cards stacked in your favour.


E-mail Support (Value $7,000 )

Legal and technical e-mail support for your development deals – from sourcing sites to subdivision and sale, our team of experts are there for you to leverage off so that you can stand on the shoulders of giants even if you are just starting out.


Monthly Live Sessions With Dominique (Value $1,000 )

Life time access to our monthly webinars for property entrepreneurs for ongoing learning, networking and keeping your knowledge and hands-on experience at the cutting edge.

That is almost $47,000 worth of value


One Full Payment of $6,500


6 Monthly Payments $1,300

(Total – $7,800)

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What Makes Property Developing The Best Strategy?

Real estate developing is one of the few areas a person can enter with little expertise and
become wealthy in a relatively short amount of time.

  • You can manufacture equity independent to what’s happening in the market.
  • You can sell off part of your development to own your remaining property without debt.
  • You can boost rental yields to create more positive cashflow.
  • You can accumulate property faster and accelerate your portfolio growth.
  • You can use other people’s money to create wealth.
  • You can do it in your spare time.
  • You can choose from many different strategies to make money based on your situation.
  • Many on our nation’s rich list made their money through property development.
  • It’s no longer the domain of the rich – anyone can do it if you understand how.

# 1 – DA Uplift

Builders need ongoing projects to keep their workers employed and are on the constant
lookout for ready to build sites to save time and holding costs.

This opens the door to acquiring property, obtaining development approvals and then
on-selling it to builders for a tidy profit.

You can even acquire the property with minimal outlay using creative instruments such as
options and leasing.

# 2 – Sub-Division

When you subdivide one property into many you can add significant value in the process.

You then have the option to hold the lots and wait for more uplift, build on the vacant lots and/or sell one of the properties to pay down your debt and increase your equity and rental yields.

This approach is simple and low risk when you understand the process and what to look out for.

# 3 – Residential Unit Development

Residential unit development has a potentially lower financial requirement compared to commercial, industrial or retail development.

Many residential unit developers sell some of their units after completion to pay down their debt, effectively allowing them to own the remaining units outright.

You can repeat this process to acquire several millions in property and hundreds of thousands in positive cashflow to effectively retire on.

Key Benefits of Property Developing

Buy Wholesale

As a developer, you aim to complete your projects at 20% or more below market value.

Boost Rental Yields

You can sell part of your project to pay down equity and increase your cash flow.

Increase Tax Benefits

You can claim more depreciation and tax benefits from developing a new property.

Make Money

Developers can regularly make upwards of 6-figures from just one small development.

Invest Effortlessly

You only need to spend a few hours a week to manage your project.

Obtain Easier Finance

You have many finance options available to you and can invest with or without the banks.

Real-Life Small Developments Case Stories of our Students

Case Study – $170K projected profit from Subdivide, renovate, build and sell

Location: NSW

Purchase Price: $286K

Strategy: DGI Graduate bought derelict hail damaged house with asbestos on sub-divisible block. To subdivide, the DA requirement for Dual Occupancy was to build on the subdivided block – i.e. she could not subdivide the block to sell as vacant land.

Result: She renovated the derelict house and moved into it so she is close to project of building on the back block. She will sell reno’d house for $400K and build the other one for $450K, looking at a projected profit of $170K.

Case Study – $333K Profit from Subdivide, renovate, build and sell

Location: Queensland

Purchase Price: $760K

Strategy: House is pre-war so cannot be moved. Owners are converting the house into 2 townhouses and building 3 more townhouses on the back of the block. They have a DA and are doing the whole development.

Result: The owners are looking for a project profit of $333,302.

Case Study – $1.2 Million Profit from Subdivide and sell

Location – South Australia

Purchase Price: $1.46 Million

Strategy: The vendor bought elsewhere so an agent brought this deal to DGI Graduate Julie. She bought it $140K under market value(discount) by Joint venturing with DGI Graduate Phil. Originally 35 blocks were approved but Julie worked around the plan with the town planner to move a road to allow 36 blocks.

Result: Going to subdivide the whole lot and sell off as newly created vacant blocks of land. This is Julie first deal and orecasted profit is over a million.

Case Study – $447K Profit from Subdivide and build

Location: South Australia

Purchase Price: $756K

Strategy: Strategy is to subdivide and build 5 Torrens title townhouses, 4 with single garage and 1 with double garage.

Result: Selling price for each of 5 units will be $540K-$560K and the double probably $580K. One presale sold for $555K .


One Full Payment of $6,500


6 Monthly Payments $1,300

(Total – $7,800)

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Real Life Success Stories

Using what we learnt, we bought a block of land under market value in a high growth area and are looking to do a sub-division and two houses… We hired a builder to obtain the DAs and manage the project on our behalf. We’re half way through the development now with a projected profit of $400,000. We’re already looking for our next property.

Alanah and Rob, New South Wales

I did Dominique’s course in 2014. I now have 5 projects on the go totaling around $1.8 million. Some are with money partners, others I am doing myself… I think property development is the easiest investment to do. You just find the deal and get other people to do the work, then phone in once a week to get updates… we are looking at roughly $700,000 in returns.

Yanal, Victoria

Frequently Asked Questions

Property investment and property development are different approaches to creating wealth,
although they do overlap to some extent.

In general, property investment refers to securing a single property for financial gain.
This property can be commercial or residential — property investors make money
from selling for capital gains or from rental income.

Property development means changing a property or land for profit. It is a more active
approach to creating wealth through real estate.

One example of property development is subdividing a land title to create value. Another
example is constructing new properties on a site and selling them for profit.

Many of Australia’s wealthiest people are property developers. But it is not as popular
as investing because of the cost of entry and perceived higher risk.

That’s why we created the Property Uplift Program. This program teaches everyday
investors how to profit from small, lower-risk developments. It’s a great starting
point if you are interested in learning more about property development.

If you want to start out in property development, then we recommend attending our
Property Uplift Program

The Property Uplift Program teaches you how to create wealth from small developments.
It’s the ideal introduction to the world of property development.

Property development is a great way to manufacture equity independent of the market.
It’s often easier to get finance because banks only care about the returns. And when
you use the right strategies, they are a great way to create wealth and success.

In the Property Uplift Program we teach three strategies that are ideal for new

DA uplift is a strategy where you secure property and get development approvals. Then
you can on-sell to builders for a tidy profit.

Subdivision is the process of dividing one property title into many. In the process,
you increase the value.

Residential units are smaller development that is ideal for mom and pop investors.

Each of these strategies is more affordable than commercial and industrial
development. But they still have significant profit potential.

Yes, property development is affordable is you use the right approach and strategies.

When many people think about property development, they imagine massive projects. But
there are many smaller, more affordable property development opportunities available
for everyday investors.

In the Property Uplift Program, we teach three of these strategies:

DA uplift is a strategy where you secure property and get development approvals. Then
you can on-sell to builders for a tidy profit.

Subdivision is the process of dividing one property title into many. In the process,
you increase the value.

Residential units are smaller development that is ideal for mom and pop investors. A
typical development will be two or three small townhouses.

Each of these small development strategies is more affordable than commercial and
industrial development. They are an excellent way to dip your toe in the water with
property development. But they still have significant profit potential, and present
an excellent opportunity to grow your wealth.

If you want to minimise your risk and increase your chances of potential profit, it’s
essential to understand the problems you could run into during development.

The risks associated with property development may include:

Change in the market, including interest rates variations, elections, or recession.

Changes in planning and construction laws. These can include new council
requirements, new or revised environmental plans, and rezoning.

Changes in the property cycle that can affect demand and prices.

Increases in the cost of construction materials or labour because of unforeseen laws
or economic circumstances.

Builders or contractors going into liquidation during the construction phase of the

Adverse weather conditions like bushfires, flooding or cyclones that can setback a

Unexpected groundworks and other costs.

Disputes with builders and contractors that can lead to an extended construction

The difference between successful and unsuccessful developers is that successful
people take risks while also looking for ways to minimise them.

In our Property Uplift Program, we teach students to identify and minimise risks
associated with development.