Investment in Asia Pacific commercial property added $41.9 billion in the third quarter of 2021 to hit a record $137.4 billion for the first nine months of the year, led for the first time by red-hot South Korea, according to… Read More>>
Australia is set to begin opening its borders on 1 November and the prospect of international travel has the potential to spark fresh levels of interest in office markets which have already recorded megadeals this year, such as Korea’s NPS… Read More>>
China continued its reign as Asia Pacific’s biggest real estate market in the second quarter with $12.4 billion in property investments, a total that was up 6 percent compared with the same period in 2020, according to Real Capital Analytics.
Transactions of warehouses, data centres and other industrial property assets in Asia Pacific’s key markets jumped 82 percent year-on-year in the second quarter of 2021 to a new high of $13.4 billion, within striking distance of the $13.6 billion in… Read More>>
The world’s best known provider of securities indexes is expanding its reach into the alternative investment sector as MCSI today announced that it has agreed to buy Real Capital Analytics for $950 million.
The deal gives the former unit of… Read More>>
For just the second time in a decade, CBRE knocked JLL from its perch as the top broker of commercial real estate investment deals in Asia Pacific, according to recently released rankings by data provider Real Capital Analytics.
With the… Read More>>
While the COVID-19 pandemic has dented industries globally, the crisis has created new levels of demand for logistics facilities, driving trades of warehouse assets to a record high in 2020, according to recently released statistics.
Preliminary findings from property information… Read More>>
Asia Pacific commercial property transactions fell to $26 billion in the third quarter as they tumbled 38 percent year-on-year, with the industrial segment showing resilience and South Korea standing out among key markets for its robust activity during the period.
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.
Commercial real estate investment in Asia Pacific hit its lowest level since the global financial crisis during the first three months of the year, as measures put in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus pandemic saw dealmaking almost… Read More>>