Just past fiscal year end, we would like to take stock of the past six months with a particular focus on the metropolitan markets of the City Fringe and South Sydney markets.
In today's fast-paced business environment, agility and flexibility have become crucial factors for success. As a result, the concept of the traditional office space is rapidly evolving to meet the changing needs of businesses. Sydney, being a bustling and thriving business hub, is at the fore front of this transformation.
Finding a new commercial office space can be a daunting task, but with careful planning and research, it can be a smooth and successful process. Whether you’re expanding your business, downsizing, or relocating to a new city, finding the right office space is essential to the success of your business.
Heritage buildings are structures that possess significant cultural, architectural, or historical value. In recent years, many creative studios and agencies have started to recognise the benefits of working in heritage buildings and how these spaces can cultivate fresh ideas and creative liberty in their tenants.
Commercial properties come in a wide range of styles and sizes, each with its own unique characteristics and potential uses. If you are considering investing in commercial real estate, it’s important to have a basic understanding of the different asset classes of property available.
It can be a tedious task getting your property ready for the market. However, it’s crucial to remember that most people will view your property through the images you post in listings rather than in-person. This is their first point of call and, therefore, a crucial step to get right.
Here at TGC, we love sharing our expertise and are forever pushing ourselves to be true thought leaders within the world of commercial property.
An important question that business owners need to ask themselves is ‘Should I buy or lease commercial property?’ The answer to this question is far from black and white.
If you’re looking to buy, lease or sell a commercial property, then you’re going to have to liaise with many seasoned professionals – from real estate agents and property managers to lenders and solicitors. So, you’ll need to know your stuff.
Prime real estate in CBD and city fringe areas remain hot property for investors, and return on investment (ROI) is often the main driver of decisions.
One of the most important factors of employee retention is the working environment. The main driver behind this, is the office a company provides for its team and the amenities that go along with it.
With general business confidence improving, and hybrid working arrangements being adopted by many organisations, we are expecting office leasing demand will increase over the next year.
Whether you’re an owner of a commercial investment property or a tenant within a building, you may find yourself asking “why hire a commercial property manager?” or “what do commercial property managers do?”
Bonds and cash are about as steadfast as you can get, however, persistent low-interest rates make them unattractive to investors chasing reasonable returns. And as equity markets continue to behave like hormonal teenagers at the end of the summer break, investors are understandably scouting around for more stable assets.
Whether you are looking to invest in commercial office space, warehouse space, retail space or another type of commercial property, getting to grips with factors affecting commercial property value is crucial to get more bang for your buck!
Landlords of commercial, industrial and retail premises will usually require some form of security from a Tenant, in order to protect themselves where a Tenant defaults under the lease. The Landlord may not necessarily contemplate the worth of the Tenant’s security however, it is important to make sure that the Landlord’s interests are protected.
Boutique developers were the most active buyers in Q1 2022. In a continued trend from 2021, we have experienced continued high demand for quality development sites in proven regions in Q1 2022.
Marketing a commercial property requires a creative and strategic approach to effectively capture the attention of potential buyers or tenants. In this blog, we will explore how the use of video content, visual impact, branding, digital presence, storytelling, adaptability, and innovation can elevate your property listing.