The latest on AREITs with Grant Mackenzie on ausbiz TV

Grant Mackenzie spoke to Nadine Blayney and David Scutt on ausbiz TV about the future of office markets, continued demand for...


( read )

Tags: income, reits, Media

Don’t cave in to the noise: A-REIT and infrastructure proving resilient

It’s only natural that investors are feeling nervous about the future of A-REIT and infrastructure sectors (outside of...


( read )

Tags: Media

Freehold fund awarded high investment grade by SQM Research

Freehold Investment Management, a specialist manager of Australian real estate and infrastructure, today confirmed it has...


( read )

Tags: Media

A secret weapon for income investors

The World Bank estimates almost 93% of countries will face economic contraction on a per capita basis in 2020 as a result of...


( read )

Tags: debt, income

Real estate debt can withstand market decline

Real estate debt investments can sustain the current market downturn and offer single digit returns above cash and shares due...


( read )

Tags: Media

Bricks and slaughter as CBDs turn to ghost towns

Billions of dollars are up in smoke in the office heartlands of Australia's biggest cities after workers fled to escape the...


( read )

Tags: Media

Looking ahead in real estate debt

Australia’s national cabinet met on Friday May 8 and in a positive move, set out a three-step process to re-open most parts of...


( read )

Tags: property, debt, income

Key changes in the property industry as we celebrate our 10-year milestone

When Freehold Investment Management was established in 2010, we set out to offer investors an opportunity to invest in a...


( read )

Tags: property, infrastructure, areits

New normal will reshape property market

The post-COVID-19 property market is unlikely to return to full strength in the short term and may be reshaped by...


( read )

Tags: Media

Effect of coronavirus on real estate

The impact of the coronavirus has been felt across the real estate investment sector but the not all market segments have been...


( read )

Tags: Media