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Find here all the news from the Centuria Office REIT (ASX:COF).
Please be advised that Centuria is transitioning its registry service provider to Boardroom Pty Limited (BoardRoom) for all investments. The transition follows a comprehensive review of our registry services and tender process. BoardRoom has a 30-year track record in safely managing share registries, offering an efficient, tailored and cost-effective solution, which can deliver an optimal experience for all unitholders.
By Doug Hoskins, Acting Fund Manager Centuria Metropolitan REIT Are you an office property investor? Should you be? Merger and acquisition activity was the dominant theme for office A-REITs in the third quarter of 2018 – highlighting the attraction of quality Australian office property to both domestic and international investors. Here Doug Hoskins, Acting Trust Manager for Centuria Metropolitan REIT (ASX: CMA),
Centuria’s Head of Real Estate and Funds Management, Jason Huljich, shares his view on current key property themes and the outlook for commercial and industrial property. What is your role at Centuria Capital? My role at Centuria Capital is Head of Real Estate and Funds Management. So I mainly oversee the $4.6 billion dollars of assets we have in both our listed and our unlisted property funds,
Centuria Property Funds Limited (CPFL) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Grant Nichols as Fund Manager of Centuria Metropolitan REIT (CMA). Mr Nichols brings over 16 years of experience across real estate and funds management with a deep track record particularly focused on commercial real estate. Most recently, Mr Nichols was Fund Manager of the ASX listed Australian Unity Office Fund.
Investors considering property funds want to be assured of both strong ongoing income returns and promising long-term total returns – and there are various factors that determine these: how good a fund manager is at buying, selling, and improving properties, of course. But we believe that leasing, while far from the only consideration in property investment,
Please be advised that Centuria Property Funds Limited (CPFL) will transition its registry service provider from OneVue Fund Services to Boardroom Pty Limited (BoardRoom) for Unlisted Property Funds, effective Friday, 23 November 2018. The transition follows a comprehensive review of our registry services and tender process. BoardRoom has a 30-year track record in safely managing share registries,
Centuria Metropolitan REIT (CMA) and the Lederer Group have entered into agreements to acquire $645 million of four high quality office assets from a subsidiary of Hines Global REIT, Inc. CMA will acquire three assets (818 Bourke Street, Melbourne, 825 Ann Street and 100 Brookes Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane) and a 25% interest in 465 Victoria Avenue,
The AFR’s recent article, Values and rents surge in fringe Sydney and Melbourne office markets, reports that over the last year, Sydney and Melbourne’s fringe office markets have far out-performed their CBD counterparts when it comes to capital-value growth and rental growth, due to a movement by commercial property investors up the risk curve and towards more affordable,
Due diligence is essential before making any investment decision – and property is no exception. Direct property markets may not be as volatile as equities and other listed investments, but they are affected by a large number of factors (both macroeconomic and property-specific), so understanding and interpreting these factors is essential to making the best possible decisions.
Centuria Metropolitan REIT (CMA) Trust Manager – Nicholas Blake interview with Finance News Network on 1H18 results and outlook. View the full 1H18 Metropolitan REIT results presentation.
View your PDF of the 1H18 Interim Results. For further information please contact the Metropolitan REIT Acting Trust Manager – Doug Hoskins on 8923 8923 or via his email. View the Finance News Network interview with Nicholas Blake on the Metropolitan REIT results and outlook.
Sydney and Melbourne have been the pick for office property returns over the past few years. Despite some significant yield compression in both markets, they continue to present strong fundamentals and good opportunities for investors this year. At the same time, the second half of last year evidenced some promising green shoots to our north in Brisbane,