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The Institutional Real Estate Letter - Australia

The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Australia is a quarterly publication that delivers news, trends and insights focused on the Australian marketplace. Sections include our unique cover stories that discuss critical trends and news currently impacting this region, Shop Talks with industry experts, listing of A-REIT performance and market data and our popular Market Pulse.

This publication is a supplement to The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Asia Pacific and is included free with a subscription.

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  • June 2015
    Thready pulse: Economic malaise and a weak labour market have policymakers worried

    Weighing the money: Australian real estate remains popular, but keep a close eye on fundamentals
  • March 2015
    Measuring up: Will Australia's real estate performance continue to compare favourably to markets around the world?

    Back and forth: A look at the year that was and the year ahead
  • December 2014
    Australia bound: Chinese property investors are pursuing opportunities in Oz, but will China's slowing economic growth curb the flow of capital?

    Hunting for value: A-REITs are starting to seek growth through means other than buying assets
  • September 2014
    A tall order: finding investments in Australia's office market may mean moving up the risk curve

    Property funds are back: PIR's survey of Australian property funds reveals gains in manager AUM
  • June 2014
    Where you live: Australia's residential market is a hot topic of conversation, but is it overheating?

    Faith and fundamentals: Current A-REIT fundamentals provide investors with a number of options
  • March 2014
    Retail therapy: The downturn in mining spending could hit consumer confidence and threaten retail assets' role as a defensive play

    Diving in: Offshore investors keep dipping into the Australian property pool; what will keep them swimming in 2014?