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11th Sep, 2021 Commercial Real Estate

Inflation : A Permanent-Transitory Conundrum

Bifurcation is defined in the Oxford Dictionary as dividing into two branches or forks. Never has a word been as apt to describe the current environment of skyrocketing property prices…

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20th Jul, 2020 COVID-19 and Real Estate

Has Flattening the Curve also Flattened our Residential Sector?

For an industry that was experiencing a period of expansion following a grueling 2 years of contraction, COVID-19 has placed the property sector into another potential “lockdown” phase. With Victoria…

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4th May, 2020 Commercial Real Estate

COVID-19 the Ultimate Stress Test for the Commercial Real Estate Industry

At the time of writing, over 3.44 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed worldwide, with 6,801 recorded in Australia. The impact on the commercial real estate industry has been…

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26th Apr, 2019 Construction Finance

The Challenge of Change – The Finance Flatline

The Hayne Royal Commission has impacted the big four banks on countless fronts, damaging reputational brand value and increasing prudential, regulatory and liquidity pressures. In response to these pressures, the…

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19th Oct, 2017 Economy

Talking Property

Trident Real Estate was recently invited by the UNSW Real Estate Society to be part of its Investment Strategy panel. The panel speakers included Brad Nelson, Property Finance Director at BankWest,…

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20th Nov, 2016 Commercial Real Estate

Making Rates Great Again

“If I don’t get there one way, I’m going to get to Pennsylvania Avenue another,” Trump jokingly said at the First Presidential debate, referring to the fact that he could…

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33 Dunning Ave

19th May, 2015 Real Estate Development

The Hand of the Architect

Trident Real Estate Capital’s new 6 storey boutique residential development, 33 Dunning Ave, has been welcomed with open arms by Sydney’s real estate market. The Southern Courier reported that “Buyers Rush…

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33 Dunning Ave

7th Apr, 2015 Real Estate Development

A Class Act in Rosebery

Trident Real Estate Capital is pleased to announce that it will be developing Rosebery’s newest iconic building, 33Dunning Ave. 33 Dunning Ave is a new six-level boutique development, only 5km…

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27th Aug, 2014 Technology

Will BitCoin Disrupt the Real Estate Market?

Ask your landlord, bank or real estate agent if they accept BitCoin and you will most probably be met with a bemused frown. BitCoin is a global, decentralised, peer-to-peer payment…

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Green Star

29th Jul, 2014 Real Estate Lessons

Green Star or White Dwarf?

The Green Star building rating system began in 2003, and is recognised amongst Australian developers and real estate professionals as one of the highest seals of approval for a building’s…

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Real Estate Analysis

18th Oct, 2013 Commercial Real Estate

Back of the Envelope Analysis (BOE): Your Investment Master Key – Part 2

Welcome to the final instalment to our two-part blog series focusing on the famed ‘Back of the Envelope’ (BOE) analysis commonly used by seasoned real estate investors. If you missed…

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Real Estate Analysis

27th Sep, 2013 Real Estate Investment

Back of the Envelope Analysis (BOE): Your Investment Master Key – Part 1

One of the most useful tools allowing seasoned real estate investors to sift through the dozens of potential transactions that arrive on their desk each day, is the famed ‘Back…

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Crowdfunding, Real Estate

27th Jun, 2013 Real Estate Investment

“Crowdfunding” – The Future of Real Estate?

In the last thirty years there has been a fundamental transformation in how real estate is managed and financed. The ownership model has shifted from moms and dads to sophisticated…

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22nd Apr, 2013 Commercial Real Estate

Monopoly Not A Good Analogy To Real Estate

Monopoly is a board game that allows you to step into the shoes of a property mogul. From the moment you roll the dice, you have the ability to purchase…

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CBD Fringe Apartments

25th Mar, 2013 Real Estate Investment

CBD Fringe Apartments are the Best Bet

CBD fringe apartments offer the greatest potential for outperformance in 2013, especially dwellings in the $450,000 to $800,000 price bracket, where market fundamentals are driven by a large and growing…

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12th Feb, 2013 Commercial Real Estate

Burst of Activity in the South Sydney Market

In the second half of 2012 the South Sydney market enjoyed over $220 million of  transaction sales activity. Owner occupiers, private developers and the public sector have all been active in…

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29th Jan, 2013 Commercial Real Estate

Peeking Into the Murky Crystal Ball and the 2013 Property Market – Part 2

Welcome to the final instalment to our two-part blog series focusing on the 2013 property market. If you missed the First-Part where we examined the key events that will shape…

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21st Jan, 2013 Economy

Peeking Into the Murky Crystal Ball and the 2013 Property Market – Part 1

Predicting the future is always a precarious exercise to undertake. In fact, forecasting future events, to borrow a quote, is like searching for a black cat in an unlit room,…

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17th Dec, 2012 Commercial Real Estate

Green Square an Urban Renaissance?

Green Square is one of Australia’s largest developments, representing $8 billion of urban renewal initiative and comprising 278 hectares of land between Sydney’s CBD and Sydney Airport. The development has…

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6th Dec, 2012 Commercial Real Estate

The Real Estate Game and Lessons Learned

A person that carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way. Today, we intend to share valuable experiences we have learned while grasping…

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