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All Tenants should have a Preferred Agents - Here's Why

Tuesday 12 April 2016
Focuses attention to ensure all avenues are explored – stay, move, expand, contract, sublease, assign etc
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Upcoming Short Supply in Suburban Sydney Office Markets

Wednesday 16 March 2016
RHCOP has recently analysed major suburban Sydney office markets & has predicted a significant undersupply of office space will occur over the next 12 -18 months.
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Office Market Stock Levels

Tuesday 23 February 2016
After the recent release of the Property Council of Australia’s office market report we can all be assured that the next 12-24 months in the Sydney commercial leasing market are going to be interestin ...
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RHCOP trek 30kms & team up with The Fred Hollows Foundation to help the needlessly blind

Thursday 04 February 2016
Did you know, 4 out of 5 blind people, don’t need to be – lets help to put a stop to this.
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Raine & Horne Commercial team up with Nova Employment

Tuesday 20 October 2015
Raine & Horne Commercial (RHCOP) have recently teamed up with Nova Employment to welcome a new employee to their team.
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Times have changed says 360 Capital's David van Aanholt

Tuesday 29 September 2015
The position of unitholders in the Australian Industrial REIT has changed since they last rejected 360 Capital Group's attempt to replace manager, Fife Capital.
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Sydney Metro coming to you from Macquarie Park

Thursday 03 September 2015
Australia's biggest public transport project is now being delivered from Macquarie Park. The team behind Sydney Metro has relocated here as work ramps up on the $8.3 billion Sydney Metro NorthWest
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Buying Industrial Property?

Wednesday 02 September 2015
There are a few key points to consider before buying an industrial property for your business and it's crucial that every point is carefully met. here are 3 key points to consider.
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High Demand vs. Low Supply

Thursday 16 July 2015
Industrial Property supply, mainly with demand to purchase in the Inner West of Sydney is slowly but surely drying up.
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