‘Government’ Category

Three Cities Metropolis Vision (Part 1) – The Eastern Harbour City: Leading Global Property Investment Gateway and Competitive Financial Capital To Transform The Property Sector

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for change in many industries and professions – accelerating trends, intensifying challenges, and renewing the urgency for digital transformation and technology adoption. Current market forces, combined with COVID-19, have created significant uncertainty for property investment and development. Government infrastructure projects have been accelerated to stimulate employment. In Australian’s […]

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Sydney, Australia’s economic powerhouse, on the path to become a Three Cities Metropolis

As we plan for life after COVID-19, we need to take into account the lessons that we have learned about ourselves, how we live and the way our city works and turn them to our economic advantage. Sydneysiders will have to reimagine the way they are living. Dreaming of a world in which commuting to […]

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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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How the new legislation may affect your superannuation assets

Preston Rowe Paterson is undertaking valuations for clients to ready them for the changes to superannuation regulations. At issue is the aggregate value of assets held in superannuation funds relative to the introduction of the “transfer payment cap”. These changes in the Superannuation (Excess Balance Tax) Imposition Act 2016, which may lead to a need […]

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