Average issue readership of Estates Gazette was at its highest level amongst agents / surveyors (81%) followed by pension funds / insurance companies / banks (78%). Solus readership of Estates Gazette was at its highest level amongst local authorities (34%) followed by property developers / investors (28%) and agents / surveyors (22%). The complete conveyancing www.econveyancingbrisbane.com.au exchange is focused around the acceptable trade of account, lawful papers that are marked and keys close by.

Amongst the solicitors surveyed, Estates Gazette recorded a very much higher level of solus readership (41%) compared with Property Week (4%). Offices were the most frequently handled type of property by the five industry sectors surveyed (87%) followed by warehousing / storage facilities (78%), retail sites / shopping centres and factories (both 74%).

There was much less involvement, by comparison, in leisure facilities / hotels (44%) or in residential / mixed use developments (50%). Pension fund/insurance companies were the most likely to mention offices (97%), warehousing / storage facilities (95%), retail sites / shopping centres (96%) and leisure facilities / hotels (60%). Local authorities, Solicitors were involved at a high level in all types of property compared with the five industry sectors as a whole. Leisure facilities/hotels (24%) and residential / mixed use developments (27%) were mentioned to a much lesser extent.

Almost nine in ten of those surveyed across the five industry sectors were men (87%) but the proportion was slightly lower amongst solicitors (79%). 20% or more of the business undertaken at the address to be accounted for by commercial property dealings. Those of Executive or Technical Grade or above who are involved in the acquisition, development, disposal or valuation of land or buildings. involved in investing in commercial property on behalf of a pension fund or, in the case of banks, extending loans to companies wishing to invest in or develop commercial property.

Within each sector a random sample of individuals was selected from the pool of eligible individuals created from the screening exercise. With the important exception of the York Index of Private Rents and Yields, there is no industrywide, national data about rates of return in the private rented sector collected regularly on a systematic basis.