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Commercial Office Property
Our highly respected analysis and forecasts across Australia’s office markets help clients understand cyclical trends and position into and out of markets.
Australia’s office markets are highly cyclical. Each city has its own set of demand drivers and markets are often out of sync. The BIS Oxford Economics Commercial Property Prospects reports provide 10 year forecasts of demand and supply across key metropolitan markets and identify growth prospects (rents, yields, capital values and IRRs) for the major office centres within each city to guide investment, leasing and development decisions. Report delivery in a succinct, easy-to-read format is ideal for time-pressed executives.
Cities covered by Commercial Property Prospects Reports
Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Sydney Suburban Centres & Office Parks, Melbourne Near City & Suburban Centres
PROPERTY INDICATORS FORECAST
- Metropolitan total, white collar and office workforce by industry sector
- Metropolitan and CBD stand-alone office workforce and workspace ratio
- Net absorption of office space
- Office stock, completions, withdrawals and net additions
- Vacancy rates
- Gross and net stated and effective rentals and leasing incentives
- Investment yields
- Capital values and internal rates of return
What the service includes
- Forecast consistency. Our property market analysis draws on in-house economic forecasts, applying a common methodology across all cities and states. Our forecasts are in sync with our widely respected global economic and industry view.
- Market insights. Our experienced team of property analysts bring together more than 150 years’ experience in property forecasting, market research, data analysis and town planning.
- Flexible delivery of forecasts. Our database of historical data (often) from the 1980s and forecasts can be delivered flexibly, either as an Excel file or in other formats to meet client needs.
- Independent forecasts that clients can trust, regardless of the stage of cycle. Annual (10 year) forecasts form the basis of assumptions in a financial evaluation or feasibility analysis. Realistic alternative scenarios are modelled within reports.
- Research briefing. An in-house presentation, webinar or teleconference is included as part of a subscription.
- Property economist support. We provide full client support to answer questions about our data or forecasts.