Oceania

Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia

"Under the best conditions, one can view about 5,780 stars from the Australian outback"

"Australia is renowned for its pioneering inventions. Among popular inventions are airplane black boxes, penicillin, wine casks, car radios, aspirin, smoke alarms, engine lawn mowers, and many others. In recent years, Australians invented the selfie"

Oceania

Grab Real Estate currently provides services for 2 Oceanic countries, covering residential real estate, commercial real estate, businesses, business partnerships, land and investments.

  • Australia
  • New Zealand
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    45-Bed Hotel with Restaurant in Phnom Penh

    Riverside, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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    Commercial

    Warehouse with Land and room for Expansion

    Silom, Bangkok, Thailand

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    Residential

    Cozy Developers Delight Twownhouse in Oldham

    Oldham, Lancashire, UK

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    Land

    Gated Community House Blocks ready to Build

    Divasoria, Cagayan de Oro, Philippines

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    Business

    Entertainment Venue with Swimming Pool

    xxx, Pune, India

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    Land

    Large Allotment of Prime Land Suitable for Sub-Division

    xxx, Hamburg, Germany

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    Commercial

    Block of Flats in Leafy Brisbane Suburb of Carindale

    Carindale, Queensland, Australia

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    Residential

    5-Bed 5-Bath Texas Ranch with Swimming Pool

    Houston, Texas, USA

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    Residential

    3-Bed Luxury Unit near Transport

    Brooklyn, New York, USA

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    Partnership

    50% Share of Bangkok Restaurant Up for Grabs

    Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand

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    Lower Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand

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    Hostel and Cafe

    Chiang Mai, Thailand

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    Residential

    Condo

    Thong Lor, Bangkok, Thailand

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    Land

    Riverfront Land

    Luang Prabang, Laos

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    Oceania 2019/20

    As reported by David Hargreaves of Interest, Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) figures released mid-January 2020 showed that around the country house sales in December were up 12.3% compared with the same month a year ago. Median prices actually rose 12.3% as well, year-on-year, while the number of days taken to sell decreased by four days to 31 days - the lowest also in three years. The sales figure, at 6285, was the highest for a December month in three years.

    In Auckland - which has been the market laggard recently - the temperature was even hotter. Its sales rose by 31.7% compared with December 2018. The number of sales in Auckland, at 1860, was the highest in the City of Sails for a December month since 2015.

    Real Estate Market

    Trent Wiltshire, from Domain in June 2019 noted combined Australian capital city property price falls slowing and on track to bottom out in Spring of that year. He went on to forecast a 1% growth differential in 2019 and a 2% to 4% annual change in 2020. City by city, Canberra, Brisbane and Sydney were perceived to do the best with Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne having minimal growth.

    Ray White Group reported its best month of auctions in its history in November 2019. According to data from the nation's leading auction house, the clearance rate for October and November 2019 in Sydney sat at 70.9 per cent, with a mammoth 27.74 per cent sold prior.

    Business Brief

    • According to the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research's (NZIER) Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion (QSBO)(Dec 2019), 26% of businesses surveyed were downbeat on the economy, compared to a net 35% in the September quarter. Meanwhile a net 11% of firms had a negative view of their own trading activity - the same portion as in the previous quarter.
    • The National Australia Bank (NAB) business confidence index in Australia dropped 2 points from the previous month to 0 in November 2019, unwinding the increase in the previous month and remaining well below its long-run average of 6. Confidence fell in all industries, except for retail and wholesale which rose slightly.

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