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 […]Read Full Story
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Posted date: December 9th 2016 . Author Tina Nguyen .
Thursday’s announcement by New South Wales’ Premier Mike Baird to soften its lockout laws may be seen as a relief for business operators in and around Sydney’s CBD and Kings Cross. The state government’s response to the easing of these laws, as recommended by an independent liquor law review, is the extension of the 1:30am […]Read Full Story
Posted date: December 8th 2016 . Author Tina Nguyen .
Australia’s growth figures were released yesterday, with the revelation that the economy contracted by 0.5 per cent, in seasonally adjusted terms, over the September quarter. As a result, annual growth figures for the June quarter had also been revised down from the previous 3.1 per cent to 1.8 per cent. September’s figure is not only […]Read Full Story
Posted date: January 11th 2016 . Author admin .
The Sydney residential market has once again made headlines, this time in regards to the falling auction clearance rates. In response to the reduction in rates, we’ve seen many news articles speculating the possibility of a bursting property bubble and a moderate growth outlook for 2016. The auction clearance rate is a number that describes […]Read Full Story
Posted date: December 2nd 2015 . Author admin .
Daiwa Real Estate Appraisal, our Japanese partner, has released their quarterly research report on the property markets in Japan and Singapore. The detailed report provides comprehensive information on the residential and commercial markets including capitalisation rates, occupancy rates, rental rates and major transactions that have taken place throughout the period. The report can be viewed […]Read Full Story