Do You Truly Want to Succeed With Commercial Property?

From a very early age, Chris Lang has always sought to discover whatever the RULES were for each new challenge – so he could find out how to finally master them. And from there, he simply set out to succeed at whatever came his way.

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The Era of Multi-storey Industrial Development

AS INDUSTRIAL land becomes scarce and more expensive, you will begin to see more multi-story warehouses emerge. The first such major project is about to start in Revesby, in Sydney’s west. George Potter and Singapore developer Roxy-Pacific are embarking upon a $50 million project of over 8,000 m² – comprising 44 industrial and office units […]

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Capital City Office Markets

THE CBD VACANCY rate for Sydney currently sits at 4.1%. And for Melbourne, it’s now at 3.8%.

As you would expect, overseas events have caused some hesitancy in the market. Plus the Sydney CBD can be rather sensitive to the global economy.

That said, recent reports show local business confidence growing – with stability seemed to return, following the recent election.

8 Key EOFY Tax Tips for Commercial Property

WITH TAX TIME upon us, you’re probably preparing to visit your accountant – to complete your annual income tax assessment.

Getting your tax in order can be an overwhelming task, but when you have a commercial investment property it can seem even more complex.

Your Limited Recourse Borrowing Arrangements

BORROWING THROUGH a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) to acquire commercial property has been a popular and attractive strategy over recent years – due to the tax benefits, and ability to minimise personal guarantees.

Claiming Depreciation for an Industrial Warehouse

THERE HAS BEEN a rise in demand for industrial property in recent years, particularly for warehouse storage space. 

This is due to the so-called ‘Amazon effect’ which has resulted in an increase in online retailers requiring the space to store, pack and send orders.

Likely Impact of the US/China Trade War on Property

ACCORDING TO JP MORGAN, the expected trade war should only shave about 0.07% of Australia’s GDP over the next couple of years.

The Pendulum Has Swung

The Pendulum Has Swung

WHAT AN AMAZING election result … although, I had always felt it would be a lot closer than everyone thought. But many people are now asking how the pollsters could have got it so wrong?

Although, in fact, they weren’t all that far out. Rather, it was the clearly biased media coverage that fanned the Labor fever.

So, How DID the Coalition Win?

Scrapping Can Boost Your Commercial Property Return

COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES are often renewed and transformed to suit the ever-changing needs of their occupants. Scrapping occurs when removed assets and structural elements within a building have a remaining un-deducted value. At the time of removal, as the owner of the asset, you can claim that remaining value as an immediate deduction in that financial year.