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Australian Listed Property 2018

Dr. Dominic Brown • 28/05/2018
Cushman & Wakefield Research has analysed the portfolios of many of Australia’s listed property managers.

Cushman & Wakefield Research has analysed the portfolios of many of Australia’s listed property managers.

The dataset provides key insights into the valuation metrics of Australia’s institutional commercial real estate market and represents 819 office, retail and industrial assets, at least part-owned by 20 Australian Real Estate Investment Trusts and stapled funds (A-REITs).

The full valuation of these assets totalled $167 billion, $125 billion of which (75%) was owned by the A-REITs.

Cushman & Wakefield Research has reviewed both the value and yields of assets in the portfolios and grouped the analysis by retail, office and industrial assets. Retail assets had the highest value of $105 billion, followed by office at $53 billion and industrial at $9 billion

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