Foreign Commercial Investment News

Foreign investor news and Australian commercial property market insights.

US cruise companies eye off Australian islands
American cruise companies are looking to buy private ­islands off Queensland’s coast to offer passengers exclusive destinations and further control passenger spending. This article originally appeared on
Foreign investors force local buyers offshore
Australia ticks a lot of boxes for investors: 25 years of positive economic growth, high transparency and a stable political system.
Foreign investors just getting started
The level of foreign investment in Australian commercial property hit a record $10 billion last year and is not expected to peak any time soon. This article originally appeared on
How is the commercial property market shaping up in 2017?
Which cities will perform strongest, will Chinese money continue flowing and what should we make of Amazon’s arrival? REA Group chief economist Nerida Conisbee looks at what to expect from the commercial property market in 2017.
An office deal fit for a prince
A high-flying Brunei prince has emerged as the latest global heavyweight to cash in on Melbourne’s property boom, nabbing a near 40% premium on an office tower in less than two years. This article originally appeared on
Gold Coast to welcome new six-star beachside resort
The Gold Coast’s re-emergence as an international holiday hotspot has been given a major boost, with Hong Kong billionaire Tony Fung planning a $440 million six-star beachside hotel.
Fears over student accommodation glut
Australia’s booming market for purpose-built student accommodation, having caught the attention of some of the world’s largest investors, could be on the precipice of oversupply. This article originally appeared on
Green light for Star Group’s Gold Coast tower
Gaming giant The Star Group has won approval for a lavish 55-level six-star hotel and apartment tower on the Gold Coast, as more global hoteliers flag interest in Australia’s cramped hospitality sector. This article originally appeared on
Rinehart wins approval to buy Kidman stations
A Gina Rinehart-led takeover offer for S. Kidman & Co, Australia’s largest landholder, has been waved through by Treasurer Scott Morrison, bringing an end to the long-running sale saga. This article originally appeared on
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