Livewire Markets | The Pitch: Insight into Industrial

After an unprecedented, once-in-a-century pandemic, a combination of factors is creating a strong environment for the industrial asset class.

In our first episode of ‘The Pitch’, a three part series with Livewire Markets, Executive Director – Lending and Property Assets, Clinton Arentz and Livewire Senior Editor Hans Lee, discuss:

  • What is industrial property?
  • Why is now the time to invest in industrial property?
  • How is Australian industrial property different from other jurisdictions?
  • How do you see returns in this particular sub-sector panning out over the next 5 years?
  • How do you see yields and distributions holding up for industrial property in an environment where income investors have so many choices?

View the episode transcript here.

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