First National in the News

Demand for Sunshine Coast light industrial

Demand for Sunshine Coast light industrial
Date: 15 November 2017

Amber Hackworthy of First National Commercial Coastal says industrial stock continues to sell and lease well on the Sunshine Coast. Light industrial stock has experienced strong growth in demand for the past 18 months - a reflection of the growth of Internet retailing. An abundance of available stock means retail and office space has been moving more slowly though.

Read more Filed under: Media / National|QLD News Tags: amber, coast, coastal, factory, hackworthy, industrial, internet, light, retailing, sunshine, warehouse

Conditions improving in Karratha

Conditions improving in Karratha
Date: 8 November 2017

Dave Rowe of First National Commercial Karratha says Karratha’s commercial market has experienced improvements across all measures, in sharp contrast to the past 24 months. Demand for CBD office space is now exceeding that for light industrial property.

Read more Filed under: Media / National|WA News Tags: boardroom, cbd, dave, hedland, industrial, karratha, light, office, place, rowe, space

Bungalow warehouse leased

Bungalow warehouse leased
Date: 3 November 2017

In Far North Queensland, Juliette Harper of First National Commercial Cairns reports the lease of an industrial warehouse unit in the suburb of Bungalow for $8,580 incl. GST and outgoings per annum.

Read more Filed under: Media / National|QLD News Tags: bungalow, cairns, far, fnq, harper, industrial, juliette, north, queensland, warehouse

Prominent tyre business location sold in WA

Prominent tyre business location sold in WA
Date: 1 November 2017

First National Commercial Giles Jones (Midland, WA) has sold a prominent Northam corner retail site for $520,000.

Read more Filed under: Media / National|WA News Tags: beaurepaires, cambell, commercial, corner, giles, jones, midland, northam, retail, site, tyres, wa

Dealing with problem tenants

Date: 24 October 2017

 Most retail tenants are at the mercy of the fluctuating economy. When the economy is flush, business is great and cash is flowing, but the reverse is also true. If your tenants are running a business that is going slowly, cash for rent may not be as available as when the times are good.  If a tenant cannot pay the rent and the landlord is acutely relying on the rent, then the landlord may need to evict the tenant. Nevertheless, finding reliable tenants can also be a difficult task for the landlord to fulfill. 

Read more Filed under: Media / National News Tags: eviction, problem, rent, retail, tenants
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