Real estate has proved to be one of the most resilient and best risk adjusted performing asset classes in Australia since the early 1900’s.
Including real estate as part of a diversified portfolio can offer investors a number of key benefits.
Potential for long-term returns via appreciation in property values
Potential for regular and predictable income via rents received from tenants
Returns have historically had low to negative correlation to other asset classes
Property prices and rental income tend to rise in-line with inflation
Invest with a real estate specialist
of industrial, retail and office assets
of hospitality assets
of hotel, childcare, aged care, land lease communities, leisure assets
We leverage real estate expertise from across our business, and have a strategic advantage in physically managing many of the assets we financially manage.
- A specialised Real Estate Asset Management team create and manage a range of investment solutions
- Real Estate Corporate Advisory and Equities Research teams provide volumes of market data and intel
- We physically manage or operate the assets we financially manage:
- MA Hotel Management is one of Australia’s leading hotel operators, underpinning our ability to expertly manage hospitality assets
- RetPro delivers deep expertise in managing all aspects of our shopping centre assets.
Leveraging in-house expertise
Some of our real estate assets
Scott’s Refrigerated Logistics
Direk, South Australia
A modern cold storage logistics facility leased to a national logistics provider.
GLA: 11,113 sqm
M3 Logistics Pty Ltd
Edinburgh, South Australia
A purpose-built logistics warehouse facility.
GLA: 6,732 sqm
New South Wales
A purpose-built food manufacturing facility including integrated food production, cold storage and distribution capability.
GLA: 19,556 sqm
A high-performing sub regional shopping centre.
GLA: 23,522 sqm
Canberra Outlet Centre
Canberra's only outlet centre inclusive of a high-end retail precinct.
Adelaide, South Australia
Adelaide's premier regional shopping centre 50% owned by MA Financial on behalf of a capital partner.
GLA: 123,804 sqm
The Churchill Retreat SA
A 54-bed facility located 8km north of the Adelaide CBD.
Christies Beach Residential Care Services
A 98-bed high care facility located in the seaside suburb of Christies Beach.
Hahndorf Residential Care Service
A 98-bed care facility set on 3.5 acres of rolling countryside.
The Beach Hotel
Byron Bay, New South Wales
One of Australia’s most iconic hotels located adjacent to Byron Bay Beach.
The Courthouse Hotel / Kinselas
Sydney, New South Wales
Two prominent hotels located on the corner of the iconic Taylor Square in Oxford Street.
Auburn, New South Wales
Home to a quality hospitality experience, offering a premium VIP Lounge and sports bar in the heart of Auburn.
Hotels and leisure
Mixed-use lifestyle community
Albury, New South Wales
A 100+ site mixed-use park with strong retiree resident population.
Ibis Styles Cairns
A 75-room hotel set across 3,826 sqm of gross floor area in central Cairns.
Centrally located hotel with adjoining 50-room accommodation and function centre.
Salisbury Community Mental Health Centre & Office
Salisbury, South Australia
A medical/office building supporting the northern community of Adelaide.
South Regional Business Centre – Brisbane City Council
A-grade suburban office located 10km from the Brisbane CBD.
25 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
Adelaide, South Australia
A 25 level A-grade office building located in the heart of the Adelaide CBD.
Our investment solutions
We offer a range of open-ended and opportunistic real estate investment solutions.
Open investment opportunities
For retail investors
- Redcape Hotel Group (unlisted Fund): aims to provide investors with regular and growing cash distributions and capital growth by investing in and actively managing a diversified portfolio of high-quality Australian hotels and alternative use real estate assets.
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