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 for the asset classes within which we operate.

We will be expressing our views on the real estate economy for the asset classes we deal with, including commercial offices, retail shopping centers, industrial office warehouses, hotel and leisure property, residential property and developments, and special purpose asset classes including infrastructure.

When asked what Preston Rowe Paterson specialise in, Gregory Preston, a founding director and Chairman of Preston Rowe Paterson stated “we have always specialised in dealing with significant and complex property investment, development and asset valuation and advisory including property, asset and facilities management. Of course we also act for our client’s general real estate and property needs as well.”

We will be conveying our impressions of not only property market issues but also the impact of changes in legislative, accounting standard and valuation standard releases as well as economic influences on property.

Greg Rowe also commented that “to us property means all classes of real estate, infrastructure and plant and machinery. Having an ability to service clients real property as well as asset, plant, machinery and equipment (chattels) valuation needs for financial reporting purposes has always served us well as we are able to provide a one-stop shop approach to asset valuation for financial reporting for all asset classes. Property, asset and facilities management is also a key component of our service offering.”

We look forward to sharing our views on the impact of economic movement on property as well as market movements and reforms in upcoming additions of Impressions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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