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 […]Read Full Story
Three Cities Metropolis Vision (Part 1) – The Eastern Harbour City: Leading Global Property Investment Gateway and Competitive Financial Capital To Transform The Property Sector
Posted date: October 29th 2020 . Author Anna Antoine .
Posted date: November 2nd 2017 . Author Gregory Preston .
Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney is monitoring investment real estate yield and discount rate (IRR) compression. In the recent decreasing interest rate, environment yield and discount rate (or IRR) compression has become a commonly accepted phenomenon. What will be the impact of risk free rate and debt cost increases? Greg Preston, speaking at the Core Property […]Read Full Story
Posted date: June 19th 2017 . Author Tina Nguyen .
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 […]Read Full Story
Posted date: April 28th 2016 . Author admin .
This year’s annual PFA conference is taking place in Cairns from the 1st May- 3rd May with a central theme of ‘Divergence and Disruption’. A number of key issues will be explored by industry experts and thinkers, including Dr Peter Ellyard, Tim Church, Victor Hoog Antik and Paul Weightman. The 2016 conference will focus on […]Read Full Story
Posted date: April 20th 2016 . Author admin .
Investment in the hotel sector was significant during 2015 and is expected to follow throughout 2016. Strong demand from investors within the hotel sector is, no doubt, due to a number of factors currently influencing Australia including: The strong occupancy results for hotel accommodation; The recent increases in tourism and the low cash rate environment […]Read Full Story