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Commercial Sales Per Year
With all new data available in Property Information Monitor
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Major Sectors Covered
Made up of 37% industrial, 25% office, 25% retail and 13% other
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Commercial Transactions
On the Property Information Monitor database

The right amount of detail

Commercial properties and related transactions are unique and Property Information Monitor captures these characteristics through a specific set of attributes - creating a snapshot of the transaction and the property at the time of the transaction. Property Information Monitor can be used for sales analysis, comparison and benchmarking.

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Data elements captured by PIM across Sale transactions and For Sale listings are:

  • Property Address
  • Key Building Attributes
  • Price and Date
  • Income and Yield
  • Buyer/Vendor details


Data elements captured by PIM across Leased transactions and For Lease listings:

  • Property Address
  • Property Type
  • Area
  • Rent Per Annum and Per SQM
  • Options
  • Lessee/Lessor details

Timely updates

Access to recent transactions helps understand current market values and activity. Property Information Monitor data is refreshed on a weekly basis ensuring you receive the latest transactions regularly.

PIM is a desktop solution, not a web based application. Data updates are delivered weekly via email and via a simple load process the PIM database is refreshed to ensure the latest transactions are available for selection.

Historic data

Commercial property is not as homogeneous as residential property. You often need to look further geographically and also further back in time to source truly comparable transactions and determine market values. Subscribers to Property Information Monitor have access to the complete archive of historic data, dating back decades.

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Powerful searching and flexible exporting

Information is of little value if it is not accessible and not able to be consumed through existing workflows. PIM offers a number of ways to search for property transactions and then flexible options for how to consume the data.

PIM enables filtering of transactions based on a broad range of criteria, including transaction type, date and amount, and property attributes such as location, property type (both broad and detailed), building area, land area and year built. Transactions can be further filtered within the platform through manual selections until ultimately the desired list of transactions is achieved. PIM transaction data can then be exported easily to Excel for incorporation into client reports or for further analysis.