Category Archives: Perth Property Analysis

January 11

Farstad Shipping appoints InSite for a quick turnaround project

Farstad Shipping recently appointed InSite Commercial Interiors to manage their Perth head office refurbishment and we are pleased to have delivered this project successfully! The business recently undertook several internal changes and required a turnkey solution to re-design, construct and modify their workspace to suit the changes to their staff and office configuration. Time was […]

November 04

Compassion Australia are relocating their Perth HQ

  Compassion Australia has appointed InSite Commercial Interiors to deliver their new Perth Head Office. Our involvement initially included conducting a feasibility to help Compassion Australia determine a suitable site before they entering into a lease and commencing their fitout. InSite’s role includes design and construct of the new fitout; integrating both base build upgrades and […]

October 14

We are working with DUAL Australia!

InSite’s stellar year continues with our recent appointment on Dual Australia’s new Perth fitout. Dual is the world’s largest international underwriting agency and we’re delighted to have been selected as their design and construct partners in WA. Dual’s plans involve a move into the heart of our CBD and into one of Perth’s recently refurbished buildings […]

May 11

What’s an efficient and risk averse fitout model?

Vacancy rates are the highest we have experienced in over 20 years. Confidence is low, decisions are taking longer than ever and tenants are more conscious of every dollar spent in today’s market. For a tenant moving office, growing, merging or consolidating with a fitout requirement –  you business is in demand. Firms are increasingly over using […]

January 18

InSite and Red Ink Homes form a partnership

Red Ink Homes is a household Australian name synonymous with quality, having built a reputation as one of Australia’s best residential builders… …which is why InSite Design is delighted to have recently formed a partnership with such a highly regarded home-builder. Red Ink Homes has chosen InSite to design their new WA corporate office on […]

Office Market Heats Up

Perth’s central office district has been tipped to hit a new peak in value over the next 12 months, with research indicating it has become the tightest capital city for space as well as having the most expensive and fastest-growing rents in Australia.   Research released early this week said Australian office markets recorded 5.8 […]

Perth CBD office returns spike; industrial flat

Source: Property Council of Australia Author: William de Haer 14.6.2011 Perth CBD office returns have improved two percent in the latest quarterly data from IPD research and the Property Council of Australia. The rebound is the sharpest since CBD office returns came back into positive territory in the first half of financial year ’10-’11. Despite […]

Future Directions: Meet the Leaders

  The upcoming Future Directions event Meet the Leaders is not to be missed! Seats are limited for this event, which will be a motivational, and thought provoking presentation for those in the Perth property scene. For further information, contact Future Directions Committee Member Jackie Turner – 9422 1900 Future Directions_Meet the Leaders flyer  

Outlook bright for CBD offices: report

Source: WA Business News 24-May-11 by Dan Wilkie Rental growth in Perth’s CBD office market is set to outperform the national average over the next five years, thanks to ongoing expansion in the resources sector, with forecasts tipping the vacancy rate to drop under five per cent by 2014. CB Richard Ellis’ latest Perth Office […]

Perth property to improve, slowly

By Amanda Saunders The West Australian Property Lift out, p22 4 May 2011 The commercial property sector will match or out-perform equity markets over the next five years but leasing incentives for the Perth office market remain high, according to property experts. The 26th Australian Property Institute Property Directions Survey measured the sentiment and expectations […]