‘Research’ Category

Retrospective 2020 & What Lies Ahead in 2021

It was Walt Disney of Disneyland fame who said:- “Times and conditions change so rapidly that we must keep our aim constantly focused on the future”. With all that has occurred in 2020 and more recently with the pre-Christmas stark reminders of the fragility of the COVID-19 health and economic perspective (given Sydney’s Northern Beaches […]

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Something new, something exciting

Have you noticed something different? You may have picked up that our monthly and quarterly research reports have a completely new look. We recently celebrated our 30-year anniversary – and with this milestone, we took the opportunity to invigorate our publications. Why? After thorough research, we concluded that our attention and concentration span in the […]

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Tracking Yield and Discount Rate Compression

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 […]

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Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney Revitalises “Impressions”

In Preston Rowe Paterson’s 30th year of operation as a firm of International Property Consultants and Valuers, Greg Preston has commented that we have recently refreshed our “Impressions” treatise. This is aimed at conveying the right impression of what we do and, at the same time, conveying our impressions of the markets and economic conditions […]

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Sydney’s Dynamic Food Industry Outlook

Sydney’s Dynamic Food Services Industry The main drivers of the café, restaurant and takeaway food services industry include real household disposable income, convenience of service and location, health, competition and current trends in food culture. When we look at wage growth between 2004 and 2012, figures were around 4%, which allowed consumers to spend more […]

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