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Australia Investment MarketBeat Q3 2021

John Sears • 19/10/2021
Transaction volume for Australian commercial real estate (CRE) was a solid $11.5 billion in Q3 2021 and $43.6 billion over the 12 months to September.

Volume over the September quarter was the second strongest Q3 figure in Cushman & Wakefield’s Australia’s CRE Investment series. The figure only beaten by Q3 2019’s volume of $13.2 billion and is more than double the Q3 2020 figure of $5.7 billion. While volume was less than Q2’s $16.1 billion, the June quarter had been boosted by the record $3.8 billion Milestone Logistics transaction.

Despite being impacted by lockdowns for most of the quarter, investment activity was strongest in New South Wales and Victoria which accounted for around 40% and 30% of volume respectively.

Office regained the lead in Q3 with transaction volume of $5.9 billion followed by retail with $2.5 billion, industrial with $2.5 billion and ‘Other’ with transaction volume of $936 million.

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