Merkin Advisory Pty Ltd expands Industrial Property Trust and leads and syndicates two more acquisitions in SEQ

22 December 2021 Acting as Asset Manager, Investment Manager, Property Manager and cornerstone investor, Merkin Advisory Pty Ltd is pleased to announce that they have  completed a major tenancy renegotiation and refinancing on its North Geelong industrial property and in addition completed two more similar strategic acquisitions on The...



The Merkin Group expands Industrial Property Trust and leads and syndicates two more acquisitions in SEQ

In October 2020 The Merkin Group co founded the IRC Unit Trust and as the major unit holder syndicated other investors and arranged the financing for the acquisition of 3,131  m2 of combined office, retail and bulk warehouse premises on 6,883 m2 at  283-295 Thompson Rd North Geelong. Acting...



The Merkin Group co- founds Industrial Property Trust and syndicates first acquisition in Geelong

The Merkin Group co founded the IRC Unit Trust and as the major unit holder sydnicated other investors and arranged the financing for the acquisition of  3,131  m2 of combined office, retail and bulk warehouse premises on 6,883 m2 at  283-295 Thompson Rd North Geelong. A square shaped allotment, located...



Australian Housing Market 2014

There’s a lot at stake as our property experts gaze into their crystal balls and make some predictions for the coming year.Terry Ryder, property commentator and founder of hotspotting.com.au, believes the 2014 housing market will show “a little bit more sanity” than this year. “Sydney and Melbourne are experiencing an auction...



Australian grasslands …and foreign investment too

Grasslands under pressure – will agriculture pull through? Rising human populations place enormous stress on grasslands and other resources used for agriculture. Land is taken over for housing, roads, growing crops. Do we want to wipe out the natural environment and grasslands simply to feed an over-populated Australia and...



In house asset exemptions in Aust SMSFs

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is re-examining the rules around in-house asset exemptions contained in the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act. The area of concern for the regulator involves the treatment of investments in a related trust held by an SMSF as a required part of a limited recourse borrowing...



Property advantages to ATO trading stock ruling in Aust SMSFs

Tax legislation passed in 2012 ending the classification of superannuation assets as trading stock and in effect treating them as capital items can be advantageous for some SMSF portfolios, according to an SMSF specialist lawyer. “Going forward, no super funds have trading stock and all assets are on capital...



First home buyers continue declining in home mortgage market

  The latest housing finance figures show home buyers remain active, with the notable exception of first time purchasers who have fallen to a fresh record low proportion of mortgage approvals. Overall, Bureau of Statistics figures show the number of home loan applications for owner-occupation was up 1.1 per...



Australia’s property speculation is the highest contribution to national GDP anywhere

Renting for life? Housing shift requires rethink of renters’ rights By Kate Shaw, University of Melbourne Australia is the world capital for property speculation. Australians play property like Monopoly: buying, selling, demolishing, rebuilding, extending, renovating, always with the promise of appreciation on resale. The contribution to GDP of real...



Socio economic development in Myanmar – not investment

Engaging in Myanmar: whose interest are we serving? By Jonathan Bogais, University of Sydney Myanmar is the “new frontier” of the Asia-Pacific region. With its large potential markets, abundant natural resources and strategic position, competition for control of the anticipated revenues intensifies pressure on all sides. While economic development...



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