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"In the first three months of 2019, especially after the Chinese New Year, developers increased the pace of launches island-wide."
"There are a number of mandates being tabled in Perth, underpinned by strengthening outlooks in the resource sector, which may improve industrial leasing volumes and growth outlooks in the medium term."
"Leasing volumes in Brisbane industrial was largely restrained in the year ending March 2019, resulting in subdued rental growth, whilst sale volumes recovered over the same period."
"As at March 2019, prime industrial net rents in Sydney’s West ranged between $112 and $135 per square metre, growing 5.1% on average over the prior 12 months."
"Adelaide CBD office vacancy rate declined to its lowest rate since 2015, underpinned by positive tenant demand."
"Office absorption and investment volumes continued to soar in the 12 months to March 2019, with a recorded increase of 59% and 64% respectively on the 12 months prior."
"With only one development due for completion in 2019, there is little supply projected, which should protect rents at their current levels and perhaps even drive an increase."
"Average A and B Grade net face rents in Canberra Civic were recorded at $370 and $320 per square metre."
"Signs of a strengthened economy are evident, with VIC boasting the second highest increase in job ads in the country behind WA."
"The St Kilda Road office market recorded its lowest vacancy rate since Jan 2008 at 6.6%."