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Real Estate Asia kicks off Commercial Real Estate Digital Conference 2021

This two-hour digital conference will happen on 8 June 2021.

The pandemic has greatly affected Asia's real estate. And with uncertainty looming and no definite outcome in place, what are the most pressing commercial real estate issues that need to be addressed as it recovers from the pandemic's blow?  And where is the industry heading as it moves forward amidst the crisis? 

Join Real Estate Asia in the first-ever Commercial Real Estate Digital Conference on 8 June 2021 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Welcoming all senior executives from top real estate companies, subject-matter experts from the top consultancy firms, and business leaders from Asia’s real estate industry, the digital event will delve into the most pertinent issues, trends, and future of real estate in 2021. 

Gain firsthand insights from notable speakers about the latest commercial real estate industry news happening across Asia and network with the same industry professionals and experts during the live Q&A panel session.

Confirmed speakers include: 

  • Seng Leon Teh, Partner at Ernst & Young
  • Valerie Wong, General Manager, Asset Management at GuocoLand Limited
  • David McKellar, Co-head of Office Services at CBRE Singapore
  • Mark Yip, Chief Executive Officer at Huttons Asia

If you are interested in attending the conference, please contact Kath Belena at kath@charltonmediamail.com or at +65 3158 1386. To find out more about the event, click here. To register, click here.

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Blame it on burgeoning vacancy rates and a heavy supply schedule.
Secondary vacancy from last year’s supply is likely to materialise later this year as office demand weakens.
The midscale segment will account for 42% of the new supply.
Blame it on weak expat demand and their shrinking housing budgets.
Vacancy rate reached 9.8% in Q1, the highest since 2009.
Rents and capital values are still under pressure as landlords drop asking rents.
New private home launches fell from 1,038 units in April to just 514 units in May. 
There were no new projects launched in Q1 as developers focus more on selling existing ones.
Weak pre-commitments are expected to drive vacancies to reach 14.5% this year.
First-hand residential sales are currently booming. 
Leasing activity is expected to gain momentum this year.
The weighted average capital city median price for houses increased by 6.8% in Q1.
Rents of non-landed homes in this region increased 2.9%.