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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

Office, industrial and retail property market, sale and leasing transactions

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGRURAL & AGRIBUSINESS

APJ's property sales and leasing transactions wrap

A WRAP up of rural and commercial property investment sales, as well as leasing transactions across Australia. Submit results to news@australianpropertyjournal.com.au, sponsorship opportunities available contact amy.guy@australianpropertyjournal.com.au or marketing@australianpropertyjournal.com.au Retail Beulah Park, SA A unique retail space in eastern Adelaide has sold under the hammer for…
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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASING

Intergen walks to Canberra

SYDNEY-based property investment manager, Intergen Property Group, has acquired the Canberra Civic gateway property, City Walk Centre, for $16.7…
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASING

Big opportunity to secure top five large format retail

AMONGST the country’s most expansive large format retail assets, the 14.3 hectare prime Sydney infill landholding, Crossroads Centre, is up for…
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASING

APJ's property sales and leasing transactions wrap

A WRAP up of commercial property investment sales, as well as leasing transactions across Australia. Submit results to…

REGIONAL, RURAL PROPERTY & AGRIBUSINESS

Regional Australia, rural, agriculture property, agribusiness

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGRURAL & AGRIBUSINESS

APJ's property sales and leasing transactions wrap

A WRAP up of rural and commercial property investment sales, as well as leasing transactions across Australia. Submit results to…
RURAL & AGRIBUSINESS

Darling Downs enterprise set to change hands after 80 years

THE Stephen family is looking to offload Darling Downs irrigation and dryland enterprise Oakleigh West after more than 80 years of…
RURAL & AGRIBUSINESS

Sullivan family boost farming enterprise with Tooroora

THE Slack-Smith family has swooped on south west Queensland dryland cropping and irrigation farm Tooroora, putting forward a successful…

PODCASTS & VIDEOS

Interviews and features

SPONSORED EDITORIAL

SPONSORED CONTENT

Napier & Blakeley welcomes back Nicolas Mules

THEY take great pleasure in announcing that Nicolas Mules has returned to Napier & Blakeley to re-join their Transaction & Asset…
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Napier & Blakeley welcomes back Rachel Brook

They take great pleasure in announcing that Rachel Brook has returned to Napier & Blakeley to advise clients in Queensland with…
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Season's Greetings from Napier & Blakeley

2021 was another challenging year where we couldn’t meet as much as we would have liked, however our industry responded and performed well…

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RESEARCH

Real estate trends, insights, research and outlook

RESEARCHRESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

House prices decline but households remain in strong position

ANZ has cut its house price forecasts for this year and 2023 as the Reserve Bank begins to lift interest rates faster than previously expected. The major lender is now expecting average capital city housing prices to fall around 3% in 2022 and around 8% in 2023, previously having tipped an 8% rise and 6% drop respectively. In a note titled “Australia’s housing: Orderly descent”, ANZ senior…
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PROPERTY FUNDS

Capital markets, Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITS) and unlisted property funds

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

Residential real estate and property developments

PROPERTY REVIEWER

Expert views, opinions & think piece

PROPERTY REVIEWER

Urgent need for national housing strategy

OPINION: IN the run-up to the Federal election, housing affordability has suddenly become a hot topic, partly because potential interest…
PROPERTY REVIEWERRESIDENTIAL PROPERTY

Is this the end of the housing boom?

OPINION: EVERYONE buying into the housing market hopes that their purchase will appreciate over time, while sellers want to pick the top of…
PROPERTY REVIEWER

Residential and mixed-use developments, shifting supply and demand considerations

OPINION: THE significant constraints on the supply of labour and materials caused by COVID are unlikely to ease any time soon. This means…

HOTEL & LEISURE

Hotels, pubs, resorts, tourism & leisure

HOTEL, TOURISM & LEISURE

Former goal potential unlocked

THE former Berrima Correctional Centre on the Southern Highlands of NSW is set to be redeveloped into a boutique hotel and entertainment…
HOTEL, TOURISM & LEISURE

Hawthorn Football Club scores premiership deal

IN the largest ever Victorian pub sale, Oscars Hotels has acquired the WestWaters Hotel & Entertainment Complex in Caroline Springs for…
HOTEL, TOURISM & LEISURE

Aerotropolis lands first hotel

A $70 million, 200-key Marriott-branded offering will be the first hotel to open in the Aerotropolis at the future Western Sydney…

SUSTAINABILITY

Environment, sustainability and wellness in real estate

SUSTAINABILITY

Cbus secures green loans

CBUS Property has secured its first two green loans, as the property investor and developer launches its Sustainable Finance…
GENERAL PROPERTYSUSTAINABILITY

Built's $600m Liverpool precinct gets green light

BUILT has received development approval for the next phase of the $600 million Liverpool Civic Place mixed use precinct, including a…
RESEARCHSUSTAINABILITY

Homes fast becoming uninsurable due to climate change

RISKS of extreme weather and climate change will leave one in 25 homes in Australia uninsurable by 2030. According to new analysis from the…

SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Student accommodation, aged care & retirement, childcare and healthcare

SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

New Student Accommodation Council

THE Property Council of Australia has launched its new Student Accommodation Council, with inaugural president in Anouk Darling and…
SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Over 60pc of aged care facilities losing money

CLOSURES, workforce shortages and financial woes are plaguing Australia’s aged care sector, with more than 60% of facilities found to be…
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, SALES & LEASINGSOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

90pc sold, QLD CRE auction a success

COMMERCIAL property investors rounded out this week’s trio of Burgess Rawson portfolio auctions with a further $24 million of acquisitions…

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