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5 August 2022 10 min read

Investment Perspectives: 12 charts we’re thinking about right now

The latest trends in housing, retail and venture capital – and what they mean for investors.
inflation panic
20 July 2022 5 min read

Investment Perspectives: REITs and navigating the inflation panic

It’s been a tough six months; not only for listed real estate, but for most risk assets as well. Even the natural portfolio risk dampener, sovereign bonds, has suffered. 
6 June 2022 5 min read

Investment Perspectives: Thinking about industrial (and Qantas and Netflix)

In global real estate, there has been no sector that has enjoyed more demand tailwinds over the past 10 years than industrial.
3 May 2022 5 min read

Investment Perspectives: What does the REIT equity risk premium tell us about the sector?

Listed real estate has performed well relative to broader equities, again proving itself a defensive asset class during periods of high inflation and rising interest rates.
5 April 2022 6 min read

Investment Perspectives: Hedging against inflation – gold or real estate?

In August last year, we highlighted that real estate (listed and direct) tends to outperform equities during periods of high inflation.
7 March 2022 6 min read

Investment Perspectives: Interest rates, bonds and listed real estate

Just as we seemed to be passing peak inflation (port access has been improving and second hand car prices declining), the recent attack by Russian forces into Ukraine has resulted in another spike in
2 February 2022 8 min read

Investment Perspectives: House prices – what’s in store for 2022 and beyond

According to CoreLogic, Australian house prices increased +22.1%[1] in 2021, led by Australia’s largest city of Sydney (+25.3%).
29 November 2021 7 min read

Investment Perspectives: Why the boom in household savings ain’t going away

One of the less than expected by-products of the ‘COVID cycle’ has been the boom in household savings.
4 November 2021 6 min read

Investment Perspectives: Is long WALE really low risk?

One of the many accepted truisms in real estate is properties with a long WALE (weighted average lease expiry) tend to be lower risk.
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