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Singapore Office Briefing Q1 2018

Singapore Office Briefing Q1 2018

04 May 2018

Although a large part of demand is from disruptive businesses yet to make money, landlords are ignoring this and capitalizing on healthy take-up to raise asking rents.

 
 
 
Spotlight Seoul Hospitality 1H 2018

Spotlight Seoul Hospitality 1H 2018

04 May 2018

Though the number of Mainland Chinese tourists to Korea has declined by 50% as a result of political tensions with China, the number of visitors from other parts of Asia has increased by 9%, leading to more diversification of source markets.

 
 
 
Shanghai Residential Sales Briefing - Spring 2018

Shanghai Residential Sales Briefing - Spring 2018

03 May 2018

The market is eagerly anticipating a rush of presale permits in April as the conditions stabilise and the standoff between the government and developers begins to thaw.

 
 
 
Industrial Sales & Leasing

Industrial Sales & Leasing

02 May 2018

The warehouse leasing market has remained active with many large logistics operators in expansion mode. US-China trade issues now pose the largest near-term threat to the recovering segment.

 
 
 
Shanghai Investment Briefing - Spring 2018

Shanghai Investment Briefing - Spring 2018

02 May 2018

The investment market started quietly in 2018 with seven key deals concluded as investors showed concern that the market will shift towards tenants, and financing will become more difficult and expensive, especially for local funds.

 
 
 
Taiwan Retail Briefing - 1H 2018

Taiwan Retail Briefing - 1H 2018

02 May 2018

The recovery of the global economy stimulated Taiwan’s exports, and GDP growth improved from 1.48% in 2016 to 2.58% in 2017, according to the country’s Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS). However, the improvement in the economy did not have a positive effect on consumer spending. Growth in retail sales was slow, increasing by 1.2% year-on-year (YoY) and manysub-sectors recorded weaker growth rates than the previous year, including department stores (0.4% YoY), convenience stores (2.8% YoY) and hypermarkets (3.0% YoY).

 
 
 
Taiwan Sales & Investment Briefing - May 2018

Taiwan Sales & Investment Briefing - May 2018

02 May 2018

The commercial property market rebounded in 2017, with the annual transaction volume increasing by 11.2% YoY.

 
 
 
Beijing Office 1H 2018

Beijing Office 1H 2018

01 May 2018

Underpinned by stable economic growth, the Beijing Grade A office market recorded a largely positive performance in 2017. A total of 819,200 sq m of new supply was launched during the year, registering a 12.2% year-on-year (YoY) growth and marking a record high since 2009. Total Grade A office stock increased by 8.3% YoY to 10.7 million sq m by the end of 2017.

 
 
 
Guangzhou Residential  - 1H 2018

Guangzhou Residential - 1H 2018

01 May 2018

Guangzhou continues to attract people from all over China. It offers a modern living standard, high-level resources, abundant job opportunities, and a steady economy. It is not only a first-tier city in China, but also upgraded to "alpha level", being among the top 50 global cities in World Urban System Rankings, released by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC) in June 2017.

 
 
 
Hong Kong Industrial - 1H 2018

Hong Kong Industrial - 1H 2018

01 May 2018

Residential, retail, even office values regularly grab headlines in local newspapers but not so industrial prices which is surprising, because the sector has proved to be the quiet achiever of the Hong Kong property market over recent years. If luxury residential, prime retail and Grade A office prices have risen by 152%, 82% and 243% respectively since Q4/2008, industrial prices are up by a full 263% and warehouse values by 270%. This stratospheric growth is often overlooked by investors focused on more traditional asset classes in established locations. So what are the reasons behind this outperformance and will it continue?

 
 
 

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