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Level 17, 135 King St, Sydney , NSW 2000


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Why luxury homes doubled in price and the market median didn’t

Australia’s top five per cent of homes doubled in value of the past decade.

Work from home is here to stay, and Australia’s secondary offices are at a turning point

Secondary office assets face challenges with poor uptake and declining values, especially in B and C-grade properties.

Sydney’s retail sector continues to improve, with one area boasting zero vacancy

Vacancy rates for Sydney’s prime retail core have dropped to 8.3%, with the one area recording vacancy rates of zero.

Swiftie fever sweeps Australia: Hotel rates soar as fans flock for iconic singer

Record rates exceeding $1,500 per night observed near venues hosting major events like Blink 182 and Taylor Swift.

Which WA suburbs are primed to soar in 2024?

Western Australia is expected to be a strong performer in 2024, with capital price growth predicted to be as high as 15% in Perth.

Here are 2024’s top Australian commercial real estate picks

Commercial property market faces challenges, but discerning buyers can expect ample opportunities in the coming 12 months.

Is Australia’s industrial party over? Rising vacancies hint at cooling demand

Australia claims the world’s lowest national average vacancy rate for industrial space, a testament to the health of this booming sector.

Building a new home in Australia remains more expensive than buying one, a trend that will likely follow into 2024

Despite a 20% house price increase, construction costs in Perth grew by 40%, steering investors toward established homes.

2024 Australian property market outlook: Expert predictions for the commercial property market

Beds, especially in built-to-rent, student accommodation, and tourism assets, are expected to drive demand in 2024.

‘Re-lifing’ Australia’s old offices to meet our emissions targets and add much-needed housing supply

As Australia faces the deadline for its 2030 emissions target, urban retrofitting emerges as a crucial strategy for success.