Investors in Australia are increasingly turning to alternative sectors to diversify their portfolios and enhance returns. Talk to us to find out more about the emerging asset classes in Australia.
Investors need to realign their alternative asset strategies
Traditional investment approaches are being challenged and investors need new strategies to drive returns and reduce risk.
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Is it time to consider joint ventures and access new capital sources?
Competitive markets require more creative investment strategies such as joint ventures, re-capitalisations and platform investments. Innovative financing and refinancing methods will mitigate economic headwinds and varying valuations as the market continues its recovery.
Is it time to diversify your portfolio and enter new sectors and locations?
Increasingly, institutional capital is hunting for opportunity in alternative asset classes such as aged care, co-living, student housing and data centres - a sign of the broader pivot toward defensive strategies amid ongoing economic uncertainty.
Is it time to reinvent your assets to remain relevant in a competitive market or repurpose your asset for colocation opportunities?
The world of real estate has changed and for those who own and operate buildings, this presents challenges and opportunities. Investors will need to repurpose existing assets to build resilience across their portfolio and drive performance. To futureproof assets within the alternatives sector, owners need to keep pace with occupier demand. Operators are seeking the most effective locations, the latest technology and sustainable practices to ensure resiliency.
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PODCAST: Build-to-rent investors step up as apartment supply dwindlesA pause in apartment development is providing a kick-start to Australia’s emerging asset class. Investors in build-to-rent residential are looking to take advantage of a subdued apartment market and slower commercial development to snap up high density development sites, driving momentum into a sector that has until now has struggled to gain traction.
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High performing universities: 15 ways to lower costs and generate new revenuesThe financial pressure being faced by universities and other education providers is driving new strategies for the management of their real estate. Digital disruption, including more flexible ways of learning and interacting, means campus buildings and learning spaces are being used in new ways - if at all - resulting in a transformation of traditional operating environments and the need to re-evaluate uses.
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Australian Child Care Market UpdateAustralian child care real estate is supported by an underlying industry that has experienced strong growth over the past decade. Favourable demographic shifts and increasing utilisation rates are helping stimulating investor appetite for child care real estate assets, with 1H21 sales rebounding to already surpass total sales volumes for 2020.
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