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Whether you’re a landlord, tenant or investor, market intelligence is vital in making the best decisions for your business. When it comes to real estate strategy, that requires high-quality and customizable market research and expert analysis to help you successfully buy, sell, lease or develop property.

We are an industry leader in providing critical market insights for our clients and the real estate sector. Our team of researchers works in partnership with our client service professionals to produce actionable insights spanning every major property type in markets around the globe. Our thought leadership includes white papers, market reports and articles on specialized topics, as well as bespoke research tailored to your business and market to ensure you have the right information to help you achieve your goals.

Market research

Dec 8, 2022

2023 Global Investor Outlook: Asia Pacific Highlights

Colliers' Capital Markets experts discuss five main Asia Pacific themes based on the analysis of the 2023 Colliers Global Investor Outlook that provides insights from a global survey of our international investor client base.
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Dec 7, 2022

Colliers Radar | Grade A office: Leveraging Hong Kong's business districts

Several office submarkets have emerged over the past decades to cater the growing demand and a sustainable economic growth of the city.
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Dec 7, 2022

Office occupiers benefit from the rise of multiple business districts

HONG KONG SAR, 7 December 2022 – Leading diversified professional services and investment management company Colliers has today announced the launch of its latest Colliers’ Radar Grade A office: Leveraging Hong Kong's business districts, which takes a detailed review of Hong Kong’s business districts from an occupier perspective.
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Nov 17, 2022

Expert Insights | Why developing Fanling golf course would impact the territory for generations

While pundits like to paint the plan for public housing as a class struggle, it has been opposed by various sectors, not only those who paid millions for the privilege of playing there
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