Research Reports

The DomaCom Fund is pleased to provide the following reports:

Lonsec Research

Lonsec LogoThe DomaCom Fund has been rated by Lonsec Research.

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Disclaimer: The Lonsec Rating (7th November 2016) presented in this document is published by Lonsec Research Pty Ltd ABN 11 151 658 561 AFSL 421 445. The Rating is limited to “General Advice” (as defined in the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)) and based solely on consideration of the investment merits of the financial product(s). Past performance information is for illustrative purposes only and is not indicative of future performance. It is not a recommendation to purchase, sell or hold the DomaCom Australia Fund, and you should seek independent financial advice before investing in this product(s). The Rating is subject to change without notice and Lonsec assumes no obligation to update the relevant document(s) following publication. Lonsec receives a fee from the Fund Manager for researching the product(s) using comprehensive and objective criteria. For further information regarding Lonsec’s Ratings methodology, please refer to our website at:

PIR Research Report

An innovative platform aimed at fractional property investing Investment Rating
logo_pirPIR Investment RatingThe DomaCom platform is a new solution to invest in real estate. DomaCom aims to provide a platform where investors can trade whole or ‘part of’ direct real estate. The aim of the platform is to provide investors with an alternative to direct ownership of residential real estate, whereby they can invest in a Sub-Fund without having to borrow to purchase the entire property.Investor Suitability:
PIR views the Fund is aimed at investors seeking to diversify their property exposure into residential property but also across other asset classes as they become available on the platform. The structure is regulated and provides the opportunity to invest relatively low amounts ($2,000) across various diversified assets/asset classes. PIR is unable to provide an assessment of expected returns as the financial metrics and duration will vary across Sub-Funds.For more information please select one of the following:InvestorAdvisor

SQM Research Report

SQM Research ReportThe DomaCom Fund provides investors with an opportunity to obtain exposure to specific property investments without having to either purchase a whole property or surrender the purchase investment decisions to an investment manager.


The Fund has received a 33/4 –star rating which is Favourable – Consider for APL inclusion.

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Rice Warner Assessment

Rice Warner AssessmentAssessment of DomaCom Fund
May 2014

Executive summary | Our brief

The DomaCom Fund and associated services have been established to provide investors with the ability to engage in fractional property investing using a securitised structure that is constituted as a Managed Investment Scheme (MIS). The Fund and associated services are not a traditional MIS with investment experts managing a pool of assets on behalf of unit holders. The Fund is in fact simply a convenient structure to allow others to transact in property using a securitised vehicle. Because of the unique characteristics of the Fund, Rice Warner has been retained to provide an assessment for investors, advisers and others as to the:

  • structure and operation of the Fund
  • the integrity of the service, and
  • the investment characteristics of the Fund.

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Atchison Report

November 2015 

Atchison Consultants have released a report on property asset allocation that shows a rolling 20 year return on residential property in three different risk categories; Moderate, Balanced and Growth.

The report supports property as an inclusive strategy for Moderate, Balanced and Growth portfolio types providing evidence that residential property can enhance the return in each portfolio category over the longer term.

It is likely that the relatively low volatility of residential property provides a stable anchor to these portfolio types.

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University of South Australia

University of South Australia
5th July, 2017

The University of South Australia has completed a research report on Property Crowdfunding in Australia. The research was conducted by academics from the University of South Australia in partnership with Domacom, one of the largest property crowdfunding platforms in Australia.
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