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SPOC Index Q3 2017

Industrial Sales & Leasing
02 November 2017

The sale of Maxwell Industrial Building for HK$1.39 billion was a high profile transaction, reflecting confidence from local investors in the long-term redevelopment prospects for industrial premises in Kowloon East.

 

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Tianjin Residential - 1H 2018

Tianjin Residential - 1H 2018

01 May 2018

Responding to government policies, Tianjin has implemented regulations of protecting the environment and cutting overcapacity, shifting from pursuing rapid economic growth to promoting high-quality economic development. Consequently, the city’s GDP has experienced mild growth at its slowest pace in history. In 2017, Tianjin’s GDP reached RMB1.86 trillion, an annual growth rate of 3.6%. Tianjin is on its way to rebalancing its economy to achieve sustainable l

 
 
 
Tokyo Residential Sales - 1H 2018

Tokyo Residential Sales - 1H 2018

01 May 2018

The mild softness that materialised in late 2016 has not persisted and new condo prices returned to a positive trend and grew throughout 2017.  Low mortgage rates are likely still fuelling demand. New, high profile projects in the Greater Tokyo area are selling well.

 
 
 
Tokyo Residential Sales - 1H 2018

Tokyo Residential Sales - 1H 2018

01 May 2018

The mild softness that materialised in late 2016 has not persisted and new condo prices returned to a positive trend and grew throughout 2017. Average first-month contract rates are healthy and still hovering near 70%. New supply has only slightly increased from that of 2016 and developers have sold off temporarily accumulated inventory. This elevated inventory level appears to be having a limited impact on prices. Low mortgage rates are likely still fuelling demand. Ne

 
 
 
Hong Kong Residential Leasing

Hong Kong Residential Leasing

30 April 2018

The leasing market has got off to a strong start this year as tenant profiles and demand patterns continue to evolve.

 
 
 
Hong Kong Office Leasing

Hong Kong Office Leasing

27 April 2018

Over the first quarter the office demand engine continued to run hot with rents in all districts except Kowloon East hitting record highs.

 
 
 
Tokyo Office Leasing Briefing - Q1 2018

Tokyo Office Leasing Briefing - Q1 2018

27 April 2018

Tokyo offices had another strong quarter of rental growth and extremely low vacancy. A tight labour market and healthy corporate profits have translated into strong demand for new offices which is likely to continue towards late 2018.

 
 
 
Tokyo Residential Leasing Briefing - Q1 2018

Tokyo Residential Leasing Briefing - Q1 2018

26 April 2018

Rental growth in the C5W has continued to increase, with average rents overtaking 2008 levels for the first time since the financial crisis. Outer wards continue to see gains, with all submarkets posting positive quarterly growth, as occupancy rates push steadily towards 98%.

 
 
 
Beyond Tokyo 2020: Prospects for the Japanese real estate market

Beyond Tokyo 2020: Prospects for the Japanese real estate market

25 April 2018

A series of nation-wide infrastructure improvement and large-scale redevelopment projects towards and beyond the 2020 Tokyo Olympics should have a positive influence on the real estate market in the long term. Macroeconomic and demographic trends are driving demand for real estate and encourage continuing development, especially in key cities. The Olympics could be a stage to showcase a new Japan and set the country on a resilient growth track.

 
 
 
Singapore Investment Briefing Q1 2018

Singapore Investment Briefing Q1 2018

25 April 2018

Investment sales levels may match last year’s as the collective sales juggernaut rolls on with no end in sight.

 
 
 
Beyond Tokyo 2020: Prospects for the Japanese real estate market

Beyond Tokyo 2020: Prospects for the Japanese real estate market

24 April 2018

A series of nation-wide infrastructure improvement and large-scale redevelopment projects towards and beyond the 2020 Tokyo Olympics should have a positive influence on the real estate market in the long term. Macroeconomic and demographic trends are driving demand for real estate and encourage continuing development, especially in key cities. The Olympics could be a stage to showcase a new Japan and set the country on a resilient growth track.

 
 
 

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