FEATURED IN: SIAA Monthly Newsletter – Commercial Real Estate Credit: an overlooked investment solution?

9 May 2023

Our Head of Income Credit, Mark Power recently featured in an article in the Stockbrokers and Investment Advisers Association (SIAA)’s monthly newsletter focussing on the fundamentals of commercial real estate (CRE) credit, the key risks and the opportunities in a rising interest rate and increasing inflation environment.

“Australia is currently experiencing increased migration, low residential vacancies and a housing supply shortage. These are key drivers of demand for multi-dwelling developments and these developments must be funded somewhere – providing an opportunity for alternate financiers to fill the funding gap left by traditional financiers with flexible and bespoke financing solutions to borrowers.”

In his article Mark outlines why we believe the current environment may be the right time to invest in CRE credit and how to access the asset class through unlisted or listed vehicles, including the Qualitas Real Estate Income Fund (ASX:QRI).

Read the article: https://www.stockbrokers.org.au/wp-content/uploads/SIAAMonthly-NM-May23.pdf#page=7


Disclaimer: This is general information only and is not intended to provide you with financial advice and has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. The Trust Company (RE Services) Limited (ACN 003 278 831) (AFSL 235150) is the Responsible Entity and issuer of units in the Qualitas Real Estate Income Fund (ARSN 627 917 971) (“Trust” or “Fund”). QRI Manager Pty Ltd (ACN 625 857 070) (AFS Representative 1266996 as authorised representative of Qualitas Securities Pty Ltd (ACN 136 451 128) (AFSL 342242) is the investment manager of the Fund. Prior to making a decision about whether to acquire, hold or dispose of units in the Fund you should consider the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and target market determination (TMD) for the Fund to see if it is right for you. The Fund’s PDS and TMD is available at www.qualitas.com.au/qri. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.