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17 Feb 21
It’s almost on par with 2019 totals of USD5.4b.
17 Feb 21
Transaction volume almost halved to USD 7.7b.
15 Feb 21
Asian tech companies dominating office leasing demand is one.
11 Feb 21
Transactions were down 31% to US$134.6b in 2020, the lowest since 2012’s US$131b.
10 Feb 21
Grade A offices in Seoul, Taipei, Ho Chi Minh City and prime industrial spaces in Australia are top picks.
8 Feb 21
M&A activity is anticipated to recover to around US$5 billion in 2021.
5 Feb 21
Some sectors’ actual performance was better than anticipated.
4 Feb 21
Investments to hospitality and retail almost halved during the year.
2 Feb 21
Approximately USD3.3 billion of investments were finalised in Q4 2020.
2 Feb 21
Singapore received a hefty SGD 17.3 billion worth of property investment in 2020.
28 Jan 21
Here’s a summary of what’s changed and what’s not in the past year.
26 Jan 21
At the start of 2021, the real estate industry has a lot to mull over.
26 Jan 21
Regional investors are eyeing offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Singapore and Hong Kong.
20 Jan 21
It’s a whopping 115% increase from 2019 figures.
20 Jan 21
The establishment of new colleges would create alternative assets for investors.
20 Jan 21
Investment sales in 2020 declined 24% to $23.1b, but Q4 signalled recovery with major deals.
19 Jan 21
JLL says non-bank lenders have the potential to grow market share.
17 Jan 21
Tokyo is the most preferred city for cross-border investment.
13 Jan 21
Major deals were closed in regional Japan in 2020, especially in Osaka.
13 Jan 21
Land for commercial use will increase to 1.47 square km, or 4% of the total land area.
8 Jan 21
Overseas investors are investing in a wide range of sectors in Osaka and Nagoya.
3 Jan 21
Private investors are following governments and are currently raising US$150 billion for infrastructure.
29 Dec 20
Implementing proptech to spread market information is one.
28 Dec 20
Demand for premium office, industrial, and retail assets are rising.
21 Dec 20
Most of them prefer to invest in the equity market instead.
21 Dec 20
Analysts say Biden’s win bodes well for APAC property.
10 Dec 20
But bright spots emerged, with South Korea outperforming this year.
9 Dec 20
Some universities are repurposing, selling and leasing back buildings, and forming partnerships with other businesses.
7 Dec 20
The pace of investment was still much slower than last year as COVID-19 uncertainty continues to hamper markets.
7 Dec 20
Work-from-home will have a lasting impact, logistics will continue to thrive, and more.
3 Dec 20
The increase in APAC investment volumes was driven by China (-10% yoy), South Korea (-2% yoy) and Japan (-18% yoy).
24 Nov 20
Among the most active groups are private equity, insurance and superannuation firms, and high-net-worth individuals.
24 Nov 20
It’s a 35% rebound QoQ, ledy by increased activity in North Asian markets.
13 Nov 20
The residential and industrial sectors were the major movers in the quarter.
11 Nov 20
This reflects a whopping 324% increase from Q2.
9 Nov 20
39% of the total investment volume was made by overseas investors.
6 Nov 20
Investors are looking at property as a going concern rather than just a physical asset which produces a passive income, says Savills.
6 Nov 20
The Korean National Pension Service leads the trend as it aims to invest 50% of its total capital in foreign assets by 2024.
2 Nov 20
Real estate investment by private capital has already tripled since 2010.