Positioning Commercial Property in the Australian Investment Market
- The University of Auckland Business School
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- Proceedings from the PRRES Conference - 2006, 2006, pp. 1 - 14
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Commercial property is an important investment asset class that can cover the four quadrants of the Australian investment market debt/equity and private/public markets. On available data, the extent and composition of property within these sectors can be measured and compared to the wider Australian investment market. As at December 2004, the estimated size of the overall Australian investment market is AU$5.8 trillion of which Australian commercial property component represents AU$206 billion (4%). Of this amount the private commercial property sector comprises just over 55% and is distributed between debt AU$59 billion (28%) and equity AU$57 billion (27%) market. The publicly traded market (Listed Property Trusts) represents the largest component at AU$82 billion (40%).
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