Asia Pacific Research

Savills has earned an outstanding reputation for providing incisive commentary on the Asia Pacific property markets. In offering objective advice we enable you to make informed property related decisions and ensure your predefined goals are realised in full.

We supply regular intelligence to key developers on the commercial, retail and residential leasing and sales markets and advise multinational companies on their office requirements.

We undertake analysis of occupational costs for those wishing to examine their present and future accommodation overheads. Through detailed consultation with each client we can ascertain all key inputs and compile a thorough understanding of future space needs and location criteria.

We prepare monthly property market briefings for all the Asia Pacific markets we operate in order to assist decision makers in formulating effective strategies for leasing, purchasing or developing. Individual reports can be tailored to meet specific client needs.

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World Office Yield Spectrum 2H/2017

World Office Yield Spectrum 2H/2017

01 January 2018

 

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Capital Markets Q3/2017

Asia Pacific Capital Markets Q3/2017

19 December 2017

The Asia Pacific market remains active as deal flow shifts from Japan and Australia to China, Hong Kong and Singapore.

 
 
 
Singapore Industrial Briefing Q3 2017

Singapore Industrial Briefing Q3 2017

13 December 2017

Some demand for traditional industrial spaces could be substituted by high-tech and business parks as the shift to more productive industries continues.

 
 
 
Savills Global Luxury Retail 2017

Savills Global Luxury Retail 2017

12 December 2017

This edition delves into the geography of luxury retail; identifying which cities have had the most luxury store openings this year, what markets offer attractive expansion opportunities, and where are the emerging investment markets in Europe. We also detail our 2018 outlook for the global luxury retail property market.

 
 
 
Regional Japanese Office Markets - December 2017

Regional Japanese Office Markets - December 2017

06 December 2017

High-grade offices in major regional cities are performing well. Growth is likely to continue, albeit at a slower pace. Vacancy has tightened to 5% and below in every surveyed city save Sendai.

 
 
 
Singapore Residential Leasing Briefing Q3 2017

Singapore Residential Leasing Briefing Q3 2017

01 December 2017

While rental declines have ceased, the market may still take a few more quarters before it starts to rise in a convincing manner.

 
 
 
Guangzhou Residential Briefing - Autumn 2017

Guangzhou Residential Briefing - Autumn 2017

28 November 2017

The Guangzhou residential sales market continued to cool down, while the rental market received more support from the government in Q3.

 
 
 
Shenzhen Office Briefing - Autumn 2017

Shenzhen Office Briefing - Autumn 2017

28 November 2017

Full year Grade A office supply and take-up both hit record highs in the third quarter. Due to larger than expected demand, vacancy rates remained relatively flat.

 
 
 
Shenzhen Residential Briefing - Autumn 2017

Shenzhen Residential Briefing - Autumn 2017

28 November 2017

Shenzhen’s first-hand residential prices continued to cool in Q3/2017. First-hand and second-hand residential transaction volumes also continued to trend lower due to the government’s policies curbing speculation.

 
 
 
Shanghai Investment Briefing - Autumn 2017

Shanghai Investment Briefing - Autumn 2017

27 November 2017

Softening market fundamentals and the increasing cost of debt, forced investors to be more cautious, which resulted in protracted deal processes.

 
 
 

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