Podcast | Intelligent Investment
Property investment trends and what to expect in 2024
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Funding constraints, rising interest rates and downward pressure on asset pricing have been key property market themes in 2023.
But what does the future hold? Will 2024 be a turning point – particularly for the office sector? Will debt funding be more readily available? And will investors increasingly look at new capital structures to drive their property investment strategies?
We unpack this and more in our latest Talking Property episode featuring CBRE’s Australian head of Office and Capital Markets Research Tom Broderick, the Pacific head of CBRE’s Debt & Structured Finance team Andrew McCasker and CBRE’s Pacific head of Investment Banking Paul Ryan.
If you have any questions regarding this episode or property topics that you’d like CBRE to address in future episodes, please email us at: [email protected]. You can also find out more about CBRE’s recent Lenders Sentiment Survey here and access our latest Australian Office Occupancy research here.
Pacific Managing Director of Debt and Structured Finance, CBRE
Andrew joined CBRE in January 2018 as the business leader of the Pacific Debt & Structured Finance group. Based in the Sydney office, Andrew is responsible for Commercial Mortgage Debt origination, Equity and Advisory Services and also Loan Services. Andrew has over 20 years of property debt origination and structuring experience. He has considerable expertise in complex, cross boarder structured finance transactions particularly assisting Asia based investors to secure Pacific assets.
Australian Head of Capital Markets Research, CBRE
Tom is responsible for providing insights to clients on current trends in the Australian office market. He focuses on all perspectives of the office sector, including investment, landlord and occupier.
Managing Director Corporate Capital Markets, CBRE
Paul joined CBRE in September 2023 and is a Managing Director in the CBRE Investment Banking Division based in Sydney.
Paul brings nearly 20 years real estate investment banking experience and has advised on over $75 billion of M&A, strategic advisory and capital markets / financing transactions.
Prior to joining CBRE Paul held senior positions at Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch and UBS.
Pacific Communications Director, CBRE
Kathryn joined CBRE in 2007 following a 15-year career in property journalism working for some of Australia's leading newspapers, including the Australian Financial Review and the Sydney Morning Herald. She works closely with CBRE’s CEO and senior executive team to promote the company’s brand, platform and corporate values.