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Taiwan Sales & Investment Briefing - May 2018
02 May 2018

The commercial property market rebounded in 2017, with the annual transaction volume increasing by 11.2% YoY.

 

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Taiwan Sales & Investment Briefing - May 2018

Taiwan Sales & Investment Briefing - May 2018

02 May 2018

The commercial property market rebounded in 2017, with the annual transaction volume increasing by 11.2% YoY.

 
 
 
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

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q1 2018

Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q1 2018

01 January 2018

Japan has now seen eight consecutive quarters of growth while infl ation has yet to materialize. Despite some political uncertainty, the real estate fundamentals remain strong. China continues its campaign of financial e risking with wide ranging implications for the economy and the property sector. Meanwhile co-working, new retail and long term rental apartments are disrupting traditional asset classes. In Singapore, the investment market has been dominated by a series of collective sales of

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q4 2017

Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q4 2017

01 October 2017

Japan’s economic fundamentals are sound, and PM Abe’s political ground has been reaffi rmed. Given the stable macro climate, Japan’s real estate market is likely to maintain its current favourable momentum. Despite risinglocal fi nancing costs the Chinese investment markethas remained active. Investors are focused on secondary markets where lower per square metre valuations allow forfurther up

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q3 2017

Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q3 2017

01 June 2017

Japan’s macroeconomy remains strong. Offi ce rental growth has been robust in the face of heavy supply, and pre-leasing for large new projects is proceeding much better than originally expected. PM Abe’s victory in an October snap election is supporting current market momentum. InSingapore, the enthusiasm of developers to replenish their residential land banks and the continued hunger for large investible 

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q2 2017

Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q2 2017

01 April 2017

In Japan, sustained GDP growth, along with stable interest and exchange rates, have fostered a positive economic environment for real estate investment. Volumes remain low as aggressive pricing continues, but market fundamentalsare holding up stronger than expected in the face of Tokyo’s elevated supply pipeline. China is looking to prevent fi nancial risks by taking aim at its most prolifi coverseas acquirers and re

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q3 2016

Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q3 2016

01 July 2016

In China, domestic investors continue to acquire offi cedevelopments for record prices, while international investors are looking for better returns in the less fiercely contested retail market while exploringopportunities in niche sectors and debt / NPL markets.

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q4 2015

Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q4 2015

01 October 2015

In China well documented concerns over debt levels and currency fluctuations as well as economic fundamentals are clouding prospects for the property market. In Japan, 2015 saw moderate GDP growth while Abenomics continued to make hesitant gains.

 
 
 

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