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Colliers Quarterly | Q2 2020 | Investment

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Price expectation gap holds back investment transactions

Real estate investment transaction volume in Q2 witnessed a drop of -68% YoY. H1 activity was dominated by local investors, but some developers have acted to dispose of assets to increase their liquidity, boosting buying power in support of upcoming development strategies.

Highlights:

  • The current market is experiencing a pricing dislocation, but it’s expected to narrow towards the end of the year.
  • Acquisition opportunities remain in neighborhood malls and hospitality assets.

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Colliers Quarterly | Q2 2020 | Investment

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Rosanna Tang

Head of Research, Hong Kong & Greater Bay Area

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Hong Kong

Rosanna Tang leads the research team in Hong Kong and South China in Colliers. Driving different research papers and client-orientated initiatives, Rosanna has a deep understanding of all property sectors, research products, and client requirements. Rosanna is also one of the spokespersons in the company, and she frequently speaks in different industry events and media interviews. 
 

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