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Student Accommodation Market Report 2018

"Our 2018 market update report provides an overview of the key drivers and market activity in the emerging student accommodation asset class over the past 12 months. Some key takeaways include: International student visa numbers are continuing to rise rapidly at Australian universities, with double-digit growth The Australian PBSA sector remains in a predominately development-focused phase, with limited transactions of operational property Brisbane is showing signs of an oversupply of more expensive accommodation options; demand remains robust in the other capital cities "

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Hotel & Resort

Savills AUNZ Hotels Market Update (Q2 2019)

"Savills Hotels analyses market performance KPI's for the last quarter, looking at international and domestic visitor trends and providing a snapshot of recent sales transactions."

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Prime Benchmark, January 2019

"In local terms, prime office rental markets in most cities are now in a late up-cycle. The prime markets recorded rental movements from -4.8% (Jakarta) to +8.3% (Sydney). Investor appetite was strong for Sydney CBD office assets in 2018, with record high capital values and a low vacancy rate of less than 4%. Hong Kong continued to outperform other cities and remained as the most expensive prime office market in the region, with rents hitting nearly US$300 per sq m net pm, more than double its closest rival, Tokyo."