To state the obvious, the last few years have seen the market mood go from boom to subdued. Despite this, Scott Keck, Chairman of Property Advisory Firm, Charter Keck Cramer encourages those working in the property industry to stay the course - and hold on tight for conditions to improve.
*This is an excerpt from our report The Next Era for Australian Office Owners and Operators. You can download the full report here.
*This is an excerpt from our report The Next Era for Australian Office Owners and Operators. You can read the full insight-laden report here.
*This is an excerpt from our report the The Next Era for Australian Office Owners and Operators. You can view the full report here.
*This is an excerpt from our report: The Next Era for Australian Office Owners and Operators which you can download for free here.
The office asset class in Australia is at a unique inflection point as investors understand the growing need to adapt, and it will be those willing to make changes who will benefit the most.
Tom Wallace, Re-Leased 's CEO reflects on what the office of the future can learn from retail's past and finds flexibility, experience, and convenience at the forefront. This opinion piece originally appeared in Estates Gazette.
In May 2021 office occupancy in London, as measured bythe Metrikus Occupancy Index, surged above 50% for the first time since lockdown measures were introduced in March 2020. The trend is being seen across the UK, with occupancy for the country coming in at 47%. As restrictions ease and vaccination numbers rise, these factors will help boost worker confidence in returning to the office. But it won’t be a return to the office as we knew it, as demand grows for flexible leases and spaces that offer experiences and amenities that cannot be found at home.
Sam Caulton, Re-Leased CFO reflects on how the return to work is tracking from Auckland to London reviewing vacancy rates and rent collection data as well as his experience moving offices in the middle of the pandemic. What can these insights tell property managers and landlords about how to manage re-occupancy?
Product Announcement | CREDIA by Re-Leased Re-Leased announces the launch of CREDIA (Commercial Real Estate Data Intelligence & Analytics), a new property intelligence platform with valuable real-time insights for real estate professionals. With CREDIA, asset and property managers, or landlords and investors can access operational data and financial analytics that will enable faster decision making and more accurate forecasting, supported by evidence rather than gut instinct.
Re-Leased’s CEO Tom Wallace looks at how technology tools can empower landlords, asset managers and accountants to run real estate portfolios effectively.
Regional View Total % rent reconciled (as of day 4, end of 28 June)
Re-Leased, the cloud-based commercial property management platform, has revealed that just 18.2% of commercial rents in the UK were collected by landlords on 24th June, this quarters’ rent date. This contrasts to 25.3% that was received on March quarter rent day, representing an overall decline of -28% over the three-month period.