Office rentals and sales:
Regardless of whether you are considering an investment in commercial office property, looking for someone to manage an existing property or are interested in commercial offices for lease, you'll find that there are several factors to consider.
The commercial office market can vary considerably throughout Australia's major population centres, so it is essential that you do your research carefully before you make a commitment.
Local differences mean Australia's major cities can have significantly different prospects - for example, vacancy rates in Sydney are getting back on track after the GFC, while Melbourne is maintaining steady rates of vacancies. You will want to ensure that your commercial agency has extensive knowledge of the local market to provide you with the most specialised advice, assistance and support.
As one of Australia's largest commercial agency groups, we are uniquely positioned to deliver a professional service with a local touch - in fact our intimate knowledge of the unique markets in Australia's major cities and regional centres is what sets LJH Commercial apart.
Commercial property - offices for rent
Whether you're just starting out, expanding at a rapid rate or well-established and looking for a new place to call home, a commercial agent can help you find the space you need to run your business.
Offices can serve several different functions and every business has its own unique requirements - for example, law firms are likely to require private offices, while media firms may wish to take a more open plan approach.
Your LJH Commercial agent can help you find the perfect office property for lease - and help guide you through the entire rental process.
From finding the ideal space to lodging a bond and signing your tenancy agreement, renting office space is a straightforward and hassle-free process with LJH Commercial.
Commercial office investments
If you are looking to make an office investment, you will want to consider your particular market carefully.
New building is expected to be initiated in the major centres of Sydney and Melbourne by the beginning of the decade, with the rest of Australia's major and regional centres to follow.
LJH Commercial stands out from the crowd thanks to our extensive experience across the country's regional markets. Our franchise owners and their key staff can help you identify investment opportunities in any area you are interested in.
Whether you are keen to invest in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Hobart, Perth, Brisbane, Darwin or another regional centre, our team can help you gauge the market and find the property that best suits your needs.
Commercial property - vendors and property management
Whether you are looking for someone to manage your existing office investment or you have decided it is a good time to sell a commercial property, LJH Commercial should be your first port of call.
We have the experience and connections you need to navigate the office markets across Australia - including comprehensive web listings to market your property effectively and efficiently.
You'll also find we can accurately link up buyers, vendors and investors and will immediately advise all parties of a property match.
LJH Commercial also offers a whole host of facilities management, property management and maintenance, taking all the hassle out of your existing investments.
Investment into Australian commercial property continues to strengthen, thanks to record low interest rates and lacklustre bond yields; both of which have made commercial real estate returns very attractive.
A rising state economy and rezonings in Sydney’s South and Central West have combined to produce the city’s tightest industrial vacancy rate in almost a decade, according to LJ Hooker Commercial’s Industrial Market Monitor.
The third edition of the LJ Hooker Commercial National Portfolio Magazine for 2016 is now available.
The magazine features a selection of properties available throughout our National Network of Commercial Specialists.
Sydney’s city fringe and suburban hubs will attract two thirds of new office tenants over coming years as the supply of new CBD stock hits 25 year lows, according to LJ Hooker Commercial’s recently released Office Market Monitor.