‘Corporate Real Estate’ Category

Asset Classification – A fundamental first step in Financial Reporting Valuation

Asset Classification – A fundamental first step in Financial Reporting Valuation Preston Rowe Paterson has developed a flowchart to assist our clients to classify assets and establish which Valuation and Accounting Standards and methodologies apply. As noted in our Financial Reporting brochure (Click here to download the Financial Reporting Brochure) Material Change is the trigger for asset […]

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How Material Change is affecting specific asset classes in the Covid economy?

As we have moved from the heights of the pandemic in Australia Material Change is proving to be fragmented and only affecting certain asset classes. Material Change is affecting asset classes differently, some have increased whereas others have been adversely affected. Preston Rowe Paterson is closely monitoring the Material Change impact during the depth of […]

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The Western Parklands City & Sydney Aerotropolis, the green-inspired multi-billion new Airport city – Three Cities Metropolis Vision (Part 3)

To conclude the thread of articles on the Greater Sydney Commission’s plan for the Three Cities Metropolis Vision, we provide some details on The Western Parklands City and the emerging Western Sydney Aerotropolis vision. The Aerotropolis city is a multi-billion-dollar investment plan at Badgerys Creek taking shape to transform Sydney into a global high-tech capital […]

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Office Prices to Peak in 2018

Office Prices to Peak in 2018 Australia’s strengthening economy, fueled by strong business conditions in the finance, business and property sectors, is expected to drive further demand for office space in Australia’s eastern seaboard states so as to support office-based employment growth. In Sydney’s office market, where supply has dwindled due to the unprecedented withdrawal […]

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Foreign Buyers and Residential Market

In stark contrast to the large influx of foreign buyers entering Australia’s residential property market over the 2016-17 period, the start of 2018 began with new figures indicating demand from foreign buyers have dropped off over the past months as a result of various tax changes and credit restrictions from both Australian and overseas policy […]

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