ALE Property: Result 2015

Like most listed property trusts or A-REITs, ALE Property continues to benefit from very low interest rates.

With long-term bond yields at very low levels, competition among investors for commercial property such as office towers, shopping centres, industrial sheds and pubs is intense. Assets on long-term leases to financially strong tenants are particularly favoured.

So it’s no surprise the value of ALE Property’s (LEP) 86 pubs – primarily leased on ‘triple-net leases’ to Australian Leisure and Hospitality (ALH), 75% owned by Woolworths –  increased by nearly 10% to $900m during 2015.

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