In today’s competitive property market, participation in a Commercial Property Syndicate has presented as an increasingly popular mode of investment.
We have outlined some of the key themes prevailing in the Australian market, and how this should influence your commercial real estate investment considerations.
Australian commercial property markets have been one of the standout investment classes since the Global Financial Crisis.
Property syndicates, also known as Unlisted Property Trusts (UPT) or Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT), offer qualifying, sophisticated investors, the opportunity to participate in the ownership of high quality commercial real estate.
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With expert asset selection and management, commercial real estate can offer enhanced returns and capital growth as well as significant tax and depreciation benefits.
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Commercial Real Estate is an attractive asset class for investment, offering strong returns and capital growth.
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We maintain strict adherence to our core investment criteria. Each of our assets must exhibit the following key characteristics:
Our view is that the commercial property market remains in a sound position.
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