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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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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.

 
 
 
Vietnam Market Brief Q1/2018

Vietnam Market Brief Q1/2018

23 April 2018

GDP growth achieved 7.4% in Q1/2018, the highest in Q1 for the last 10 years. The main driver was the industry and construction sector, followed by services. Inflation was well-controlled with CPI increasing by 2.8% year on year (YoY).

 
 
 
Shanghai Retail Briefing - Spring 2018

Shanghai Retail Briefing - Spring 2018

18 April 2018

Market enjoyed a respite from new supply in Q1/2018 while rising sales figures gave retailers renewed confidence.

 
 
 
Beijing Office Briefing - Spring 2018

Beijing Office Briefing - Spring 2018

17 April 2018

Strong leasing demand in the capital city saw the average Grade A office rent rise for a third consecutive quarter.

 
 
 
Beijing Retail Briefing - Spring 2018

Beijing Retail Briefing - Spring 2018

17 April 2018

The first quarter of 2018 continued to see the accelerating transformation of the offline retail market through innovation, renovation and re-positioning. Meanwhile, instead of investing in retail transformation, some landlords have opted to convert their buildingsto offices.

 
 
 
Beijing Sales & Investment Briefing - Spring 2018

Beijing Sales & Investment Briefing - Spring 2018

17 April 2018

Government encouragement of the residential leasing market has prompted institutional investors to acquire quality serviced apartment projects with the intention of project conversion to enter the long-term rental apartment market.

 
 
 
Beijing Residential Leasing Briefing - Spring 2018

Beijing Residential Leasing Briefing - Spring 2018

16 April 2018

No new serviced apartments entered the market in Q1/2018 while China World Apartments closed temporarily to undergo renovations. The limited availability of stock saw average rents continue to edge up.

 
 
 
Beijing Residential Sales Briefing - Spring 2018

Beijing Residential Sales Briefing - Spring 2018

13 April 2018

First-hand, mass-market residential transaction volumes continued to hover at low levels in Q1/2018. Meanwhile, the land market remained robust both in terms of demand and supply.

 
 
 
Japan Logistics Spotlight - April 2018

Japan Logistics Spotlight - April 2018

09 April 2018

“The logistics industry continues to expand along with the steady growth of e-commerce. Large supply in Greater Osaka led to a significant divergence with the Greater Tokyo market in 2017; however, supply will rebalance to Tokyo in 2018 and beyond. Against this backdrop, a divergence of local demand within the Tokyo and Osaka markets is becoming more pronounced.”

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q2 2018

Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q2 2018

01 April 2018

For Japan, monetary policy remains supportive and the World Bank forecasts steady growth through 2020. Real estate fundamentals are strong, and international investors continue to target first and second tier cities in a display of confi dence. Financial restrictions emain tight on the property market in China, with investment funds less active than owneroccupiers. This trend could continue for the rest of the year. In Hong Kong ainland money remains the dominant force and the focus this year

 
 
 

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