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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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Tianin Retail 2H 2016

Tianin Retail 2H 2016

31 October 2016

The city’s economy continued to expand in 2015, with GDP registering approximately RMB1,654 billion, up 9.3% year-on-year (YoY), the fifth largest among all mainland cities. An outstanding economic performance helped the city become more appealing to both investors and migrant populations. By 2015, the city received more than five million migrants, who now represent the most significant driving force of consumption growth.

 
 
 
Tokyo Residential Sales 2H 2016

Tokyo Residential Sales 2H 2016

31 October 2016

Growth in condo prices has significantly outpaced rental growth in recent years, despite a slight moderation in early 2016. Recent low mortgage rates should positively impact condo prices and stimulate demand. Along with tight vacancy conditions for rental property, condo prices should subsequently push rental prices higher. However, until real wage increases become more prevalent, meaningful rent appreciation is not likely. Additionally, a large supply of residential property in outlying cit

 
 
 
Viet Nam Industsrial Land 2H 2016

Viet Nam Industsrial Land 2H 2016

31 October 2016

In 1H/2016, there was a new wave of foreign direct investment (FDI) flowing into Viet Nam. Investor confidence pushed higher upon the conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and  EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) negotiations at the end of 2015. These free trade agreements are expected to create expanded and new routes for goods produced in Viet Nam to major global exports markets such as the US, Europe and Japan.

 
 
 
Guangzhou Retail Briefing - Autumn 2016

Guangzhou Retail Briefing - Autumn 2016

29 October 2016

One project was handed over in Q3/2016, adding 20,000 sq m of new supply to the prime retail market.

 
 
 
Beijing Sales & Investment Briefing - Autumn 2016

Beijing Sales & Investment Briefing - Autumn 2016

28 October 2016

Core assets in prime office precincts remained the favoured target of institutional investors. However, with this type of asset in short supply, more investors sought opportunities in the distressed asset market.

 
 
 
Guangzhou Office Briefing - Autumn 2016

Guangzhou Office Briefing - Autumn 2016

28 October 2016

The Guangzhou Grade A office market continued to experience a supply surge, with two new projects totalling 278,000 sq m handed over this quarter.

 
 
 
Beijing Residential Sales Briefing - Autumn 2016

Beijing Residential Sales Briefing - Autumn 2016

27 October 2016

The residential sales market saw robust demand in the third quarter, with both transaction volumes and prices rising.

 
 
 
Beijing Residential Leasing Briefing - Autumn 2016

Beijing Residential Leasing Briefing - Autumn 2016

26 October 2016

The closure of three serviced apartment projects since the beginning of 2016 has helped ease competition in the residential leasing market. Increased leasing demand has allowed more room for price appreciation during Q3/2016.

 
 
 
Hotels Briefing

Hotels Briefing

26 October 2016

Tourism in TaiwanThe number of inbound tourists brokethe 10 million mark in 2015, with visitornumbers doubling in the past fi veyears. 4.2 million of these tourists werefrom China, 40% of the total, still thelargest group, despite a slower growthrate of 4.9% in 2015. According tothe Tourism Bureau, Chinese visitors,who usually stay for seven nightsin Taiwan, spent US$7.1 billion in2015, accounting for 49.6% of totalvisito

 
 
 
Beijing Office Briefing - Autumn 2016

Beijing Office Briefing - Autumn 2016

24 October 2016

Landlords in the CBD and its vicinity remain cautious towards internet financing companies, namely peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders, as tenants. Looking to mitigate risk, some landlords have pushed to remove such tenants from their projects, causing vacancy rates to rise in the precinct.

 
 
 

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