- Commercial Complex
Residential property is the basic living accommodation of every resident. Types of residential properties include duplexes, detached dwellings, townhouses, villa units, apartments, penthouses, heritage properties and luxurious residences.
Whether it is an investment tenanted or owner-occupied property, residential property owner must pay capital gains tax or stamp duty upon selling or transferring names in titles.Read More
Industrial property is commonly used for manufacturing or warehousing. Many industrial property owners invest this type of property for investment purposes rather than keeping it to themselves. Industrial investors rent out this type of property for profit gains and capital growth in the long term.
Industrial sector also perceived as the best performing asset among all types of properties in Australia over the past decades.Read More
Office buildings are mostly occupied by investors for professional setting. Australian CBD office market represents a strong demand despite the nature of post-pandemic. The demand is mostly driven by the government sector converting into new office space. Face rents continue to increase across the CBD markets with elevated incentives as a result of soaring vacancy rates in the markets.Read More
Commercial Complex is a larger scale of buildings that consists of a mix of commercial activities and services, such buildings can be used for offices, retail stores, restaurants, and other businesses. Commercial complex can be varied in sizes and generally known as a shopping mall.Read More