Despite a declining manufacturing sector, a new report released in May by the Property Council of Australia reveals that Brisbane is enjoying low vacancy rates in the industrial property sector. Read More
Any real estate investor should feel thoroughly inspired by this year’s BRW 200 Rich List. More than a quarter of this year’s list comprised individuals whose wealth was accumulated through property investment. Read More
After an extensive search, supermarket giant Woolworths pre-committed to a 3300 sqm commercial building located in Brisbane Technology Park at 21 Brandl Street, Eight Mile Plains, in 2015. Read More
From July 1, 2016, vendors of all Australian property (both residential and commercial) valued at more than $2 million will be required to obtain a clearance certificate from the Australian Tax Read More
The announcements of a business-friendly federal budget and a further cut in the official cash rate will stimulate further investment in commercial property from local and offshore investors, Read More
The NAB Quarterly Australian Commercial Property Survey Q1 2016 reveals that accessing credit is becoming increasingly difficult for property developers, with debt and equity funding conditions again worsening and pre-commitment hurdles for new developments also rising further.
The latest Briefing Brisbane Industrial report from Savills Research Queensland has been released, revealing that sales volumes for Brisbane industrial property have reached a new high since peaking in 2008.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) announced last week that it will hold the official cash rate at 2% in April, despite a persistently strong Australian Dollar (AUD) threatening a cash rate cut.