The Darwin property market is very cyclical in its nature, with market growth being closely tied to the city and state’s economic performances. Fluctuations in the economy may lead to uncertainty and risk factors for prospective investment properties. However, the upswings in cycles can also lead to growth in the market.
Darwin’s commercial property market is diversified between industrial and tourism based assets. Hotel-based assets are situated in close proximity to the coastline, with industrial sites sprawled across the inland. Vacant land still leaves much to debate for investors looking at commercial property in Darwin.
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