Tag Archives: Valuation

Disruption & Self Storage

Disruption can be characterised as innovative new businesses sweeping away old ways of doing things. The emergence of several new-wave providers in urban areas of East Coast Australia has created a peer-to-peer storage market which matches spare space in a room, home, backyard, office or garage to consumers over the net. Disruptors should not be […]

Food For Thought – June 2017

A typical concern of self storage owners is the freehold property worth. While this used to encompass just its real assets (land, buildings, site improvements, fittings and fixtures, etc) and its notional leasehold or business value elements, it now also needs to include its “digital real estate”. This has been defined as website names, social […]

Food for Thought: Going Concern and Leasehold Self Storage Values

A typical going concern self storage in Australia and New Zealand comprises the overall freehold property worth including its real assets (land, buildings, site improvements. infrastructure, fittings and fixtures) and its notional leasehold or “business” value element. In recent times the growing adoption of leasehold interests has occurred as operators and owners address the issues […]

Agency Opportunity

Despite the current post-GFC environment going concern, Self Storage facilities are still selling (albeit in small numbers), scattered around the country. Several provincial city facilities have recently sold at yields indicative of the lack of good quality assets in particular areas. The attraction of properly-run, estate agent operated (small) facilities that essentially provide constant cash […]