After loosening the financial reins to boost an economy pummelled by the Covid-19 crisis in February this year, the Chinese government appears to be rolling out new measures to clamp down on flows of capital into the country’s now surging… Read More>>
Growing cooperation between real estate companies and technology firms is boosting adoption of technology in China’s property sector as demand grows for big data, cloud computing and Internet of Things solutions, according to a report published today by JLL.
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Hong Kong’s Central district is witnessing a sharp drop in leasing demand, as corporate occupiers and major retail chains shy away from the cost of operating in the world’s most expensive commercial district.
Office leasing rates fell by 2.4 percent… Read More>>
Hong Kong retains its crown as Asia’s most expensive commercial real estate market even after the Covid-19 pandemic saw the city record the region’s steepest decline in prime rents over the first six months of the year, London-based real estate… Read More>>
Despite more space being leased in recent months, Grade A office rents in Shanghai continued their downward slide in the second quarter of 2020, according to recent reports by property agencies covering the city.
Following a lockdown that kept most… Read More>>
Companies across Asia Pacific have been faced with lockdowns, circuit breakers and travel bans this year which have quickly tested information and communication systems across industries as the COVID-19 pandemic deprived businesses of many of their traditional business tools.
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Real estate investment volumes across Asia Pacific slumped 32 percent in the first half of 2020 compared to last year, falling to $60.4 billion as the full economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic hit the region, property brokerage JLL said… Read More>>
On Wednesday, the Shenzhen Housing and Construction Bureau announced a set of new home purchase restrictions designed to cool down what has become China’s hottest property market as home sales in the country rebound in the wake of the COVID-19… Read More>>
With uncertainty plaguing Hong Kong’s economy as political unrest and the lingering effect of the coronavirus pandemic continues to hamper business, rents slid 2.2 percent in May and vacancies reached numbers not seen since the global financial crisis of 2008.
Singapore players dominated Asia Pacific’s management of private real estate funds in 2019, as CapitaLand, ARA Asset Management and GLP controlled more than a quarter of the region’s assets under management, according to a recent survey by property investment industry… Read More>>