Australia & New Zealand Capital Markets Investment Review


Colliers International is pleased to present the Australian and New Zealand Capital Markets Investment Review, exploring key fundamentals of current and future investment across the Office, Retail, Industrial and Hotels markets. Each report comprehensively dissects transactional activity, important industry trends and key buyer groups that were active in 2019, whilst providing expert forecasts and investment outlooks for 2020.

 

Overall, the Australian investment market has remained supported by favourable economic conditions underpinned by a significant pipeline of infrastructure investment and continued high levels of population growth. Coupled with record low interest rates, there remains a deep pool of capital from both local and offshore investors looking to expand or enter into the Australian market. Despite rising capital values and tightening capitalisation rates, pockets of value remain available in many segments of the market.

 

In these reports, our market experts will take deeper look at the opportunities as well as challenges being presented in the market and offer our analysis and forward-looking views on where to go from here.

 

We trust that you find the Capital Markets Investment Review an insightful read.

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16 Dec 2019
Retail Research and Forecast Report | Second Half 2019
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3 Dec 2019
The Introduction of Build to Rent in Australia
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Industrial RFR H2 2019
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29 Aug 2019
CBD Office H2 2019 RFR
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