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But as Always Optimism Abound on the Island Phuket’s residential market experienced increased villa sales in Q2 2016, with five properties at the higher-end sold compared with just one in Q2 2015, according to CBRE’s Phuket Residential MarketView Q2 2016. ... Read More >
ซีบีอาร์อีเผยแนวโน้มโรงแรมเอเชียแปซิฟิกยังโต เพราะคนชั้นกลางขยายตัว และจีนเที่ยวมากขึ้น ชี้แอร์ บีเอ็นบีกดดันโรงแรม น.ส.ลิซ ฮุง ผู้อำนวยการกลุ่มงานวิจัยเอเชียแปซิฟิก ซีบีอาร์อี บริษัทที่ปรึกษาด้านอสังหาริมทรัพย์ เปิดเผยในรายงานวิวพอยต์ เอเชีย แปซิฟิก โฮเต็ล ว่า ธุรกิจโรงแรมในเอเชียแปซิฟิกสดใสในปีที่ผ่านมาจากปัจจัยหลักคือกลุ่มคนชั้นกลางในภูมิภาค ... Read More >
Asia Pacific Capital Markets MarketView Q4, 2013 Commercial real estate transaction volume in Asia Pacific totaled US$26.6 billion in Q4 2013, a rise of 20.8% q-o-q from the US$22 billion recorded in Q3 2013. Total transaction volume for 2013 reached US$90.4 billion, a rise of 24.2% y-o-y. Activity was ... ... Read More >
Asia Pacific Office MarketView Q4, 2013 Demand for office space in Asia Pacific strengthened in Q4 2013 with net absorption totaling 8.6 million sq. ft. The H2 2013 figure of 15.2 million sq.ft. was an improvement on the H1 2013 total of 14.1 million sq. ft. which was the lowest half-yearly total recorded ... ... Read More >
Asia Pacific Industrial & Logistics MarketView Q3, 2013 The CBRE Asia Pacific Logistics Rental Index recorded an increase of 1.4% q-o-q in Q3 2013, a slight improvement on the 0.9% q-o-q rise in Q2 2013. Leasing activity was generally steady supported by firm demand in a number of key locations ... ... Read More >
Asia Luxury Residential MarketView Q3 2013 Overall luxury residential prices in ten major markets in Asia tracked by CBRE Research increased by 1.4% q-o-q in Q3 2013. In Beijing average asking prices surged by 8.6% q-o-q despite repeated government measures to curb property prices. Prices in Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen also recorded steady price growth ... ... Read More >
ASIA LUXURY HOME MARKET STABILISES BUT WEAK ECONOMIC CLIMATE LIMITS POTENTIAL FOR REBOUND Luxury home prices in Asia strengthened in Q3 2012 with the CBRE Asia Luxury Residential Price Index increasing by 2.4% q-o-q, marking the end of four consecutive quarters of decline. Prices rebounded in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen thanks mainly to improved buyer sentiment. Limited supply and ... Read More >
RENTS REMAIN STATIC AS WEAKER DEMAND AND SLOWER RETAIL SALES FORCE LANDLORDS TO TURN MORE FLEXIBLE The CBRE Asia Pacific Prime Rental Index increased by 0.7% in Q3 2012, a rate marginally above the 0.68% recorded in Q2 2012 and the fourth consecutive quarter in which growth has remained below 1.0%. Landlords turned more flexible when conducting lease negotiations as ... Read More >
INVESTMENT MARKET REMAINS ACTIVE BUT EXTERNAL FACTORS CONTINUE TO CLOUD SHORT-TERM OUTLOOK Buying momentum in key real estate investment markets in Asia Pacific remained strong in Q3 2012. Although investment turnover declined by 4.1% q-o-q to around US$18.7 billion this figure was still 21% above the three-year quarterly average. Worries over the Eurozone debt crisis took a back seat to ... Read More >
GLOBAL OFFICE MARKET INDICES SHOW LITTLE CHANGE IN Q3 2012 CBRE’s Global Office Indices reveal that market values and rents were largely unchanged in Q3 2012, as both occupiers and investors remain bogged down by uncertainty. CBRE’s Global Rent Index registered a nega-tive 0.07% while the Global Office Capital Value Index ticked up slightly, with a gain of 0.6%. While ... Read More >
But Growth in Land and Capital Values Slows Growth in the CBRE Asia Pacific Logistics Rental Index accelerated to 2.0% q-o-q in the third quarter compared to 1.4% q-o-q in the second quarter. This was largely due to the strong performance of key Greater China markets, where retailers competed to secure quality logistics space in prime areas in anticipation of ... Read More >
The CBRE Asia Pacific Prime Rental Index recorded another solid period in the third quarter despite the uncertain global economic picture, with growth accelerating to 2.4% q-o-q compared to 1.6% q-o-q in the second quarter. Greater China remained a key driver of regional rental growth as key markets in the PRC saw retailers expand aggressively on the back of strong ... Read More >
Expansionary demand for prime office space remained firm in Greater China in the third quarter but other key markets saw corporate activity decline amid the uncertain global economic outlook. The CBRE Asia Pacific Office Rent Index mildly increased by 2.2% q-o-q in the third quarter, the lowest rate of growth recorded since the third quarter 2010 as corporate turned more ... Read More >
But Deal Flow Weakens towards End of Third Quarter Australia continues to record growth in cross-border acquisitions Institutional investors most active but more corporations buying for self-use Market fundamentals remain healthy but investors will exercise more caution Commercial real estate sales in Asia Pacific increased 36% q-o-q in the third quarter of 2011, although the bulk of the deals were ... Read More >
OVERVIEW • The global economy presented no shortage of economic headwinds and obstacles for commercial real estate in Q2 2011; nevertheless, property sector fundamentals continued to improve. With the relative drought of new construction, tenants continued to face a shortage of preferred space, which either stabilized or placed upward pressure on rents. • Elevated by strong rental growth in Asia ... Read More >

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