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Searching for your next deal in China’s hottest city
Opportunities and challenges over the next decade
Trends and predictions from Hong Kong
A difficult Q3 could open new windows of opportunity for Hong Kong's property markets
The Beginning of a Down Cycle
Spotlight on the commercial sector
Sustainability and technology add value to residential properties
Overall activity in Asian property markets remains firm, and recent developments brighten prospects for the coming year and should raise confidence among investors, developers and occupiers.
An Overview of Infrastructure Projects across Asia
How tech enablers and disruptors will redefine the world of work
Key to a successful investment strategy
Key methods to reduce real estate costs for financial and large scale occupiers
Asia has been a major engine of growth for the global economy for years and, now, it is often at the forefront of technological and industrial advancement.
A quarterly digest of key trends in the hospitality sector
Extended U.S.- China trade sanctions likely to weigh on interregional property capital flows, hurt confidence in office leasing markets in greater China, and affect demand for U.S. industrial real estate
Across the region, investors are taking stock after a politically eventful quarter, which saw everything from massive elections in India and Indonesia to protests in Hong Kong.
Overall cap rates in major Asian cities remained stable in Q2 2019.
In Q2 2019, the office sector saw cap rate movements in 7 of the 15 markets covered globally.
2019 will see the flexible workspace sector evolve with new iterations that will continue to disrupt traditional views of what the sector is.
Panorama of the Asia logistics property market now and in the future
Identifying the most attractive submarkets in Asian cities for TMT occupiers
How the rise of TMT occupiers and flexible workspace operators affects the relationship between tenants and property owners
Asian capital is active globally, and should broaden its focus further in 2019.
Even with the addition of five new cities this quarter, the overall trend is for cap rates to remain flat across Asia.
As the unease wrought by the US-China trade war recedes into the background, real estate markets across Asia rung in the new year on a positive note.
The office sector was mixed in the first quarter with cap rates declining in Tokyo and Berlin and rising in London and San Francisco.
Insights for Owners
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How changes in tenant profiles are affecting investment strategies for commercial property owners
Proptech start-ups around the world are invited to apply for a position in the 2019 Propech Accelerator
Despite a turbulent macroeconomic environment, 2018 was a robust year for our Capital Markets & Investment Services teams.
While 2018 ended on an unsettled note for many investors, cautious optimism continues to prevail in the face of economic and geopolitical uncertainty.
Cap rates in Asia remained stable in Q4 confirming our comment in Q3 that the period of cap rate compression is over.
Cap rates in the office sector was stable in the fourth quarter with a small increase in Los Angeles being the only change.
Prospects more challenging, but opportunities remain for occupiers and investors
The top three cities with scores of above 63% in our model are Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo.
For investors, office assets in Bangalore offer Asia’s top long-run rent and capital growth potential.
We believe the three top locations in Asia for financial occupiers are Hong Kong, Tokyo and Singapore.
Recent Asian stock market declines are expected to adversely impact CBD rents in Hong Kong
Market sentiment has become more cautious in some key markets due to more adverse economic and policy conditions.
Hotels across APAC have had a strong 2018 YTD August, underpinned by growth in average daily rates (ADR).
Cap rates generally remained stable in Asia in the third quarter.
The third quarter was mixed for the office sector with cap rates rising in two of the fifteen cities covered and falling in three.
We conclude that the three top location choices in Asia for technology occupiers are Bangalore, Singapore and Shenzhen.
A blueprint for the future Asia Pacific workplace
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