Major funds are continuing to shift investment efforts toward commercial real estate markets.
The offer of residency remains far from a one-size-fits-all answer to encourage direct real estate investment.
The prospect of changes to negative gearing and capital gains tax is posing more of a risk to Australia’s apartment market than the changes themselves, say industry commentators.
As listed retail funds progress their divestment plans and rationalise their portfolios, opportunistic investors are taking advantage of the changing market.
A major player in commercial real estate markets, Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds are facing a challenging late-cycle investment environment that is impacting their deployment strategies.
M&A activity is growing across Asia Pacific’s real estate market, a sign that institutional investors are continuing to increase their allocations to real estate.
The level of governmental action needed to meet the Paris emissions targets remains far short, but private actors, including many in the global real estate sector, are taking up the challenge.
All retailers face the need for repairs and refurbishments to the buildings they occupy but scaffolding obscuring store entrances can be off-putting for shoppers.
As coworking continues to grow in popularity in cities around the world, hotels are increasingly looking for a slice of the market.
The report analyses recorded sales data for vacant land across the Brisbane, Ipswich, Logan, Moreton Bay and Redland Local Government Areas (LGA’s) for the Sep-18 Quarter. This quarter the Brisbane LGA is the standout performer in terms of price growth over the past 6 and 12 months up to September 2018, seeing 3.6% and 4.9% price growth respectively.
The Canberra apartment market has slowed and is late-cycle. Capital value growth continued to soften over the year, stalling over the last quarter. Rents on the other hand saw strong growth on the back of a tightening vacancy driven by strong population growth.
The hotel real estate market is expected to remain healthy in 2019, thanks to strong fundamentals driven by a positive outlook on tourism travels, sustained growth forecasts for hotel operating performance and a record level of dry power for acquisitions. Return on hotel investment is attractive, compared to other asset classes and we expect global hotel investment volumes to hold steady in 2019.
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