Real estate investment in Asia Pacific showed signs of recovery in the third quarter of 2020 as volume shot up 35 percent from the previous three months, supported by the return of institutional investors who had stayed on the sidelines… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s troubled Grade A office market saw rents fall again in September, albeit at a slower pace, as vacancies continued to climb in most districts.
Rents contracted further across all major office submarkets in the financial hub, according to… Read More>>
Hong Kong office rents dropped for a sixth consecutive quarter in the three months ending 30 September, falling by 4.7 percent from June with analysts predicting that the average cost of leasing desk space in the city will have dropped… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s beleaguered Grade A office market continued to face rising vacancies and falling rents in August, although the emptying out of Central and other core districts of the city showed signs of slowing, according to a report released earlier… Read More>>
After a gruesome start to the year, home sales in China continued to climb in August, and the country’s developers are responding by pouring more money into the sector, according to official data published this week.
Sales of new real… Read More>>
Safe is sexy for real estate investors in Asia Pacific this year, according to the results of a survey released this month, with the region’s most stable markets becoming targets for managers of property funds targetting the region.
Japan now… Read More>>
Data centre investment in Asia-Pacific climbed to $5.7 billion (HK$44 billion) between 2018 and 2020, a seven-fold increase over the growth recorded over the previous two year interval, according to new research by Cushman & Wakefield in Hong Kong.
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Despite home prices having risen by more than half over the past decade, nearly 81 percent of mainland China residents in a recent survey say that couples should buy a home before marriage.
The poll published last week by property… Read More>>
The amount of office space leased in Hong Kong contracted for the twelfth straight month in July as a combination of economic uncertainty, public health emergencies and political tension kept tenants on the sidelines of the world’s most expensive real… Read More>>
Covid-19 has sickened Asia’s property sector as it raises uncertainty and impedes economic activity this year, but one market in the region saw transactions of real estate assets nearly double in the most recent quarter after lockdown restrictions were eased.