Following tighter regulatory requirements from senior lenders, mezzanine debt is set to become an increasingly important source of capital for property investors and developers and those looking to refinance. Trident Real Estate Capital in the ANZ Property Journal looks at the typical terms of a mezzanine deal and how this sort of finance may boost expected returns for equity investors. The paper cautions investors to familiarise themselves with the real risks of mezzanine debt in order to weigh-up whether the expected return is commensurate with the additional risk and transaction complications involved.
Rosebery will soon be home to a new iconic building, 33 Dunning Ave. The project, to be developed by Trident Real Estate Capital, will contain 33 apartments, span 1300sqm and include a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, as well as one commercial tenancy, notes the reputable Southern Courier. 33 Dunning Ave is differentiated and influenced by Trident Real Estate Capital’s extensive overseas experience and research.
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 undersupply on the one hand and population growth on the other. Nelson Yap, editor of Property Review, highlights the key take aways from Trident Real Estate Capital’s research report, Australian Real Estate Strategic Outlook.
South Sydney has most recently been enjoying strong transaction activity. Costa Argyrou of Trident Real Estate Capital in the reputable Australian Property Review examines the recent surge in sales activity in the South Sydney market and explains the cause of the sudden confidence surge in the market as well as identifying the responsible parties.
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 promised to bring about an urban renaissance to South Sydney. Trident Real Estate in the ANZ Property Journal looks at why has this great vision not been fulfilled more than a decade-and-a-half after Green Square was earmarked for urban renewal.
This article published by a director of Trident Real Estate in the reputable Planning in London Journal, considers the multi-billion pound, 77 acre redevelopment of Earls Court in London. The author discusses the manner in which design studios, galleries, playhouse theatres and fitness recreation trails may be used to foster a cultural hub within the redevelopment where people may live, work and play.