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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Briefing Adelaide Industrial Q1/2018

01 May 2018

Stamp duty on non-residential property transfers will be abolished from July 2018, significantly reducing costs related to commercial property in South Australia.

 
 
 

Briefing Brisbane Industrial Q1/2018

01 May 2018

Local institutional investors were the most active purchaser type in the year ended March 2018, purchasing 56% of reported sales.

 
 
 

Briefing Melbourne Industrial Q1/2018

01 May 2018

Prime effective rents are showing some positive growth with a reduction in incentives, resulting from declining levels of new supply compared to the peak from two years ago (2015-16).

 
 
 

Briefing Perth Industrial Q1/2018

01 May 2018

The Perth industrial market is firmly in recovery with green shoots emerging in regards to labour market job growth and business sentiment.

 
 
 

Briefing Sydney Industrial Q1/2018

01 May 2018

Sydney industrial prime rents recorded positive growth over the past 12 months, following a period of stagnation.

 
 
 
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?

 
 
 
Jakarta Retail - 1H 2018

Jakarta Retail - 1H 2018

01 May 2018

Jakarta is Indonesia’s economic powerhouse, priding itself as being the nation’s main commercial, political and business hub. Jakarta follows a similar trajectory to Indonesia’s GDP growth rate and historically has maintained figures even higher than Indonesia. Its annual GRDP1 growth rate for FY2017 stood at 6.22%, outperforming Indonesia’s which stood at 5.07%. Infrastructure development and a conducive business and investment climate contributed to the city’s economic growth. Meanwhile, household consumption remained subdued in 2017. Nevertheless, Jakarta’s consumer confidence index in February 2018 improved to 126.7, compared with 124.0 in February 2017.

 
 
 
Kuala Lumpur Retail - 1H 2018

Kuala Lumpur Retail - 1H 2018

01 May 2018

New malls continue to sprout in the Kuala Lumpur suburbs. Five new malls, all of which are in the suburbs, were completed in 2017: KL Gateway (300,000 sq ft), Ikano’s MyTOWN Shopping Centre (1.1 million sq ft), CapitaLand’s Melawati Mall (620,000 sq ft), Amerin Mall (155,000 sq ft) and phase two of Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA (97,000 sq ft). The newest malls, which opened in January 2018, are the M Square Shopping Centre (380,000 sq ft) in Puchong and Evo Bangi (245,000 sq ft).

 
 
 
Macau Residential - 1H 2018

Macau Residential - 1H 2018

01 May 2018

The Macau Government launched an industry restructuring and multi-development policy in 2015, which pulled the economy back to positive growth in 2017. Macau, with gambling and tourism as its mainstays, suffered from a GDP drop of 21.6% in 2015 due to the sustained downturn in external demand and in the global economy. After experiencing a deep adjustment period in the gaming industry, Macau GDP resumed positive growth in Q3/2016, with a seasonal increase of 5.8% to MOP92 billion. This year's GDP growth rate continued the return to positive and steady gains. GDP for 2017 reached MOP404 billion, a growth rate of 11.7% on a year-on-year (YoY) basis, indicating good economic momentum.

 
 
 

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