Australian property returns were at a three year high in Q4 2021, driven by record industrial returns. The Property Council/MSCI Australia Annual Property Index achieved an annual return of 11.4%, after its best quarterly capital growth since 2007. Some of the key results to come out of the index release include:
Property industry confidence levels have fallen over the last quarter, but staffing and forward work expectations have remained resilient despite widespread lockdowns.Read More
Property industry confidence levels remained close to record highs, according to the ANZ/Property Council’s latest industry survey conducted immediately prior to recent lockdowns around Australia.Read More
The Property Council/MSCI Australia Annual Property Index achieved a total return of 0.1% in Q4 2020, down from 7.6% the previous year. The total return results are the lowest figure recorded since the index began 26 years ago due to the decreased net operating income rather than income compression.
Whilst the Australian market continue to...Read More
The Property Council/MSCI Australia Annual Property Index achieved a total return of 0.9% in Q3 2020, down from 7.9% a year earlier.Read More
Rental income is the lifeblood of real estate. Without it, property funds are not able to pay distributions to shareholders and borrowers cannot service their debt. The contractual nature of property rental income, a key feature of the asset class, underpins asset values and by extension property and fund returns.Read More