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QUALITAS REAL ESTATE INCOME FUND

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Like most assets classes, the property market moves in cycles and with that comes periods of boom and bust. Tim Johansen, Managing Director – Real Estate Finance at Qualitas, says the pull back in property markets is providing a necessary detox after a period of excess and exuberance. “When you have... Show More

Property
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To establish a "pure property debt" listed investment trust amid all negative sentiment permeating the Australian property market would have many pundits scratching their heads – but that is exactly what Qualitas did successfully in the final quarter of 2018, raising $230 million. And appetite for commercial lending only looks... Show More

Peter Rae

In its latest Quarterly LMI Market Review, Independent Investment Research (IIR) provides detailed coverage of 50 listed investment companies, listed investment trusts and active ETFs including commentary, investment views and ratings. We have coverage across a number of sectors and investing strategies and provide insight into performance, discounts and premiums... Show More

Property
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The scale and duration of Australia’s construction boom has led to fears that the housing market could soon face oversupply. We sat down with Andrew Schwartz, Group Managing Director at Real Estate Management firm Qualitas who described how over-supply is in fact controlled by the self-regulating properties of the market.... Show More

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Residential property data have been increasingly bearish over the last six months. However, Andrew Schwartz, Group Managing Director at Qualitas, which invests across the property spectrum, makes the case in this interview that property remains in high demand regardless, and that this supports predictable cash flows. Show More

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Australian banks account for up to 90% participation rate in the commercial real estate debt market. The recent Royal Commission has helped put a spotlight on this, with regulators aiming to reduce their exposure to property as an asset class. For every 1% of market share that the banks give... Show More