Ausbiz interview: A new environment calls for a different asset allocation mindset
In an interview with AusBiz’s Kyle Rodda, our Head of Real Estate Credit, Drew Bowie, provides an introduction to the asset class and its advantages in a rising interest rate environment.
Real Estate Credit | Investment Series
Through a series of three insight pieces, our Head of Real Estate Credit, Drew Bowie, provides an introduction to real estate credit, exploring its fundamental attributes and advantages.
Avoiding the pitfalls | Choosing a real estate credit manager
As in all investment decisions, the experience and track record of the asset manager is an important factor. So, what are the key questions investors should ask when considering investing in real estate credit?
Mortgage security | The bedrock of real estate credit
The cyclical and structural case for investing in the private market alternative of real estate credit is strong. As part of a diversified portfolio, it can offer a reliable and inflation-adjusted income return.
Equally important is the defensive strength and clear line of sight for downside capital protection provided by the security attached to its underlying investment – the first ranking mortgage.
Interest rising | The case for real estate credit
Defensive in nature with a relatively attractive, resilient return profile, by design real estate credit can be shielded from the inflation challenges ahead. It can be an attractive through-the-cycle option for investors now both cyclically and structurally.
Ausbiz interview: Residential Real Estate Market
A hard landing or soft landing? Given the rapid change in interest rates, many commentators are predicting a hard landing in residential real estate markets. How far will prices fall and should homeowners be concerned?