After 27 consecutive years of economic expansion, one of the fastest rates of population growth in the Western world, a raft of infrastructure projects and the rise of e-commerce, industrial property is in the limelight. Show More
The problem with the entire residential narrative is that it is based on short-term perspectives. Taking a long-term view, house price growth over the last six years is still exceptionally strong. Show More
With Labor tipped to win the next election, and franking credits in their sights, here are eight reasons we believe conservative investors looking for sustainable income over the long term should consider AREITs for their portfolios. Show More
‘Experiential retailing’ means different things to different people. Traditional retailers view it as the solution to the online threat. Shoppers see it as improving the face of shopping centres, offsetting the decline of department stores with innovative new speciality outlets and entertainment options. As for commercial property investors, well, we’ll... Show More
‘Those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it’. So said Spanish-American philosopher George Santayana. Show More
There are many explanations for the astronomical rise in house prices along Australia’s eastern seaboard. But most economists settle on is that we haven’t built enough homes in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to support their booming populations. Show More
BRUCE BROAD A raft of casualties occurred throughout the GFC, however, it wasn’t our intention to provide a full retrospective of every casualty in this article -it would have been a lot longer if that were the case! We certainly didn’t purposely omit the casualty of our Vienna trust, of which debt was indeed a leading factor that led to the widespread collapse in property trust prices during the GFC.