APJ’s Talking Property with Benjamin Martin Henry

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This latest episode of Australian Property Journal’s Talking Property is brought to you by Real Capital Analytics.

Our guest Benjamin Martin Henry, Real Capital Analytics Head of Analytics – Pacific, returns to APJ’s Talking Property, and chats to Nelson Yap about the Australian Capital Markets.

  • 2021 will likely go down as the year of the mega deal. Over the last 15 years, portfolio transactions have accounted for an average 12% of overall volume annually; in 2021, such deals accounted for 25%, a new record.
  • Industrial has gone from strength to strength but the retail sector surprised many by outperforming the office sector in Q4’21 for the first time since 2015, and offices had the quietest fourth quarter since 2013 but investors are already coming back.
  • Another surprise is the hotel sector. With international and national borders reopening, the market is waking up from its covid imposed slumber.
  • Which cities, sectors and deal tiers were most active?
  • Can pubs still be considered “alternative” investments?
  • How does Australia compare globally? Because we are performing exceedingly well compared to some of our global counterparts.

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