Non Residential

Commercial property statistics including construction and transaction activity

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Non residential building approvals

Value of non-residential buildings approved within Australia (public and private sectors). The data refers to the aggregate monthly value of dwelling approvals for each period.
 

 

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics 8731.0, Building Approvals, Australia
Value of non-residential buildings approved
Seasonally adjusted terms
TAS, NT and ACT are in original terms

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Non residential building commencements

Value of non-residential buildings commenced within Australia (public and private sectors). The data refers to the aggregate quarterly value of dwelling approvals for each period.


Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics 8752.0, Building Activity, Australia
Value of non-residential buildings approved
Original terms

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Non residential building completions

Value of non-residential buildings completed within Australia (public and private sectors). The data refers to the aggregate quarterly value of dwelling approvals for each period.
 


Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics 8752.0, Building Activity, Australia
Value of non-residential buildings approved
Original terms

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Commercial land tax rates

Commercial land tax rates and thresholds, derived from each State's revenue office.

New South Wales 2017 LAND TAX RATES

 Aggregate taxable unimproved value of the land Tax rates
0 - $548,999 Nil
$549,000 - $3,356,999 $100 plus 1.6 cents for every $1 over $482,000
$3,357,000 and over $45,028 plus 2.0 cents for every $1 over $3,357,000

 

Source: Office of State Revenue (NSW) / State Revenue Office (VIC) / WA Department of Finance / QLD Government / Revenue SA / State Revenue Office (TAS) / ACT Revenue Office
Land Tax 2017
 
 
Housing affordability

Fixing housing affordability

Good housing choices knit communities and cities together. They offer people the option to live and work where they wish, match housing options to their lifestyle and family needs, and the comfort of having the security of a good home.

Getting this right matters because people need housing choice and affordable options as they move through life.

More choice and improved housing affordability can be achieved if governments work together to:

  • Help people get into the housing market by providing low deposit home loans similar to the Keystart model in Western Australia.
  • Identify more government land disposal opportunities for new housing supply
  • Incentivise planning reform to make housing cheaper to produce
  • Encourage pensioners to downsize by quarantining a portion of surplus cash from the pension eligibility test.
  • Provide better data on housing supply and forecasts
  • Support a new Build-to-Rent sector and attract investment into affordable rental housing

The Property Council of Australia’s 10-point plan for housing affordability identifies solutions needed to ensure homebuyers are not locked out of the market.

Download the plan here Fix Housing Affordability

Top 5 commercial transactions
Top 5 Australian commercial transactions by value each month, based on data captured by CoreLogic.

  

 
 
 
 

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 Sale Price  Sale Date Address Detailed Use Broad Use
$32,800,000 Monday, 12 November 2018 1 Garigal Rd, Belrose NSW 2085 Warehouse & Office Industrial
$26,250,000 Thursday, 29 November 2018 525 Victoria Rd, Ermington NSW 2115 Supermarket Retail
$12,860,000 Wednesday, 21 November 2018 867-877 South Dowling St, Waterloo NSW 2017 Service Station Industrial
$7,675,000 Wednesday, 21 November 2018 74 Roberts Rd, Greenacre NSW 2190 Service Station Industrial
$7,365,000 Wednesday, 21 November 2018 9-11 Roberts Rd, Greenacre NSW 2190 Service Station Industrial

 

Source: CoreLogic

 
Foreign direct investment in commercial real estate

Total value and proportion of foreign direct investment in Australian commercial real estate by state.



Source: ACIL Allen / Australian Bureau of Statistics; Benefits of Foreign Investment in Real Estate May 2017

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