Perth’s office market, while comparatively illiquid and not immune to the virus-driven slowdown in leasing activity, is better positioned to weather the Covid-19 downturn. Photo: Shutterstock Perth’s office market, while comparatively illiquid and not immune to the virus-driven slowdown in leasing activity, is better positioned to weather the Covid-19 downturn. Photo: Shutterstock
Perth’s office market, while comparatively illiquid and not immune to the virus-driven slowdown in leasing activity, is better positioned to weather the Covid-19 downturn. Photo: Shutterstock
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

As Australia battles the coronavirus, property investors should go west

  • The combination of a China-fuelled recovery, relatively strong fundamentals and attractive pricing bodes well for Perth’s office sector
  • The city’s residential market has also been more resilient than Sydney’s and Melbourne’s

Perth’s office market, while comparatively illiquid and not immune to the virus-driven slowdown in leasing activity, is better positioned to weather the Covid-19 downturn. Photo: Shutterstock Perth’s office market, while comparatively illiquid and not immune to the virus-driven slowdown in leasing activity, is better positioned to weather the Covid-19 downturn. Photo: Shutterstock
Perth’s office market, while comparatively illiquid and not immune to the virus-driven slowdown in leasing activity, is better positioned to weather the Covid-19 downturn. Photo: Shutterstock
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