This week we would like to visit the topic of property. Given the unprecedented events of the past month and rapid changes from both the monetary and fiscal side of the equation, we would like to try and grapple with some likely outcomes. Something that is particularly relevant given our exposure to commercial and, more specifically, retail property.
In light of the recent CSR results Guy Carson, of Quick Brown Fox Asset Management, revisits one of his favourite topics from the past eighteen months.
Guy Carson, of Quick Brown Fox Asset Management and the TAMIM All Cap Value strategy, takes an in-depth look at one aspect of the property boom that is often misunderstood by market commentators.
This week Robert Swift takes a look at the Chinese property market and the effect it will have on Australia and the World.
This week we take a look at the Brisbane property market. Is there an opportunity to be had or should we continue to flee the sinking ship?
Australia has a love affair with property, however you can’t go a week without seeing a newspaper headline proclaiming the next property crash. The low level of global and local interest rates over the last 9 years has caused property prices to go up significantly due to low financing rates and investors searching for an investment vehicle to provide them with a better yield then they are able to receive from the banks. The apparent benefits of property are good long term return potential.
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