Moody’s awarded the A-REIT sector a 'Stable' outlook in late September, with annual average net operating income growth expected to increase from 2% to 2.5% on steady demand for office space. Yet AREITs have pulled back again over the last week as the Australian ten-year yield gained another 20bps, which follows what has already been a rough few months. In the final part of our property trilogy, Livewire reached out to four contributors for their perspective on AREITS, posing them the question: “The AREIT index has fallen 14% in a few months after climbing steadily for seven years, How do you expect the performance of this sector to play out from here?“ Thanks for fascinating responses from Mark Pratt, General Manager at Australian Unity Real Estate Investment; Justin Blaess , Portfolio Manager Quay Global Investors; John McBain; Group CEO Centuria Capital; and Pete Wargent, Director AllenWargent.