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  • Winners from the Search for Yield

    The search for yield is proving a boon for several lucky sectors of the economy, but two that really stand out are real estate investment trusts and fixed income fund managers. As the Reserve Bank of Australia ratchets down the official cash rate towards zero, investors are showing a willingness … Read more

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  • Leichhardt Warehouse a Developer’s Dream

    Developers are eyeing the opportunity to purchase a rambling warehouse in Leichhardt that has been home to an established antique and salvage business for the last 25 years. The prime 875sqm site is located across the road from Leichhardt North light rail station and has R1 General Residential Zoning with … Read more

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  • Commercial Property Vibe on the up: NAB

    The retail sector experienced a boost in market sentiment through the second quarter despite continued economic challenges, as overall sentiment towards the commercial property market grew. NAB’s Commercial Property Index found that overall sentiment in the market lifted nine points in the second quarter of the year to plus seven … Read more

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  • Office Landlords Enjoy New Lease on Life

    Improving office leasing markets in the nation’s resources capitals and the rise of co-working tenants in eastern seaboard central business districts are driving expectations that markets will favour landlord. The emergence of Perth as the standout CBD office market for office leasing growth and Melbourne’s march towards a vacancy rate … Read more

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  • How to Approach a Commercial Lease

    Signing a commercial lease is no trifling matter; it’s a legally-binding agreement with serious financial strings attached. A commercial lease is an agreement between the owner of a commercial property and someone who wants exclusive use of it for a set period. It normally applies to an office, warehouse or factory. … Read more

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  • Why Warehouses Are Becoming the First Choice for Many Investors

    When it came time for Mary Wan to put her money into real estate, houses and apartments were not at the top of her list. Sky-high Sydney prices, flattening rents and the hassle with having to potentially find a new tenant every six to 12 months were enough to put … Read more

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  • Our Complete Guide to Investing in Commercial Property

    Commercial property investment may look like the exclusive preserve of the rich and famous from afar, but edge a little closer and you’ll see that it’s well within many residential landlords’ grasp. That’s not to say building a strong commercial portfolio is easy. Nor that it doesn’t pose greater risks … Read more

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