Forecast Distribution
7.5% Net P.A.
Purchase Price
$10.6M
WALE
7.00
Occupancy
100%
Industrial Warehouse
Sector
Industrial
Trust Term
7-Year Closed-Ended
We are delighted to present our upcoming investment opportunity - an industrial property offering compelling returns, located in Mt Louisa, a prominent industrial precinct within the northern suburbs of Townsville. The property is 100% occupied, boasting ultra-secure income through a 7-Year WALE (by income), with over 90% of the income guaranteed by two new leases spanning 5 and 10 years respectively. We have secured at a highly favourable purchase price equating to 7.92% passing yield and $1,300 psm of the building area which is estimated to be 50% of replacement cost. The property sits in a tightly held, undersupplied market, with little to no competing vacancy.

The minimum investment amount for this opportunity is $100,000 for Wholesale investors.

Applications for investment will open shortly!

Location

Why Bohle, Townsville?

The South East Queensland (SEQ) region is the fastest growing region in the country, with more than 3.8 million people now calling it home. From an economic standpoint, SEQ is considered an emerging powerhouse, with thriving industries and businesses offering superior opportunities for employment, lifestyle, innovation, and investment. With a raft of development projects underway, increased infrastructure investment from state and federal governments and Olympics on the horizon, the SEQ region is set for a golden decade of growth.

Quanta - Iconography -_Population Growth

SEQ Population Growth

An anticipated 1.65 million extra residents between 2020 - 2041 (43.4% increase).

Quanta - Iconography -_Housing

SEQ Dwelling Projections

South East QLD is expected to add 794,000 new dwellings between 2016 and 2041.

Quanta - Iconography -_Income

Australia's Fastest Growing Economy

Anticipated economic growth to outpace Australian and other advanced economies over the next 5 years.

Quanta - Iconography -_Olympics

Home of the 2032 Olympics

QLD and Federal Government have committed to investing $7 billion in infrastructure projects.