• INBOUND INVESTMENT INTO ASIAN REAL ESTATE SET TO DOUBLE THIS YEAR

    30 April 2015

    Inbound investment in Asian real estate will take a “quantum leap” this year, according to a new white paper from commercial real estate services group Colliers International.

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    Colliers’ managing director for capital markets and investment services, Terence Tang, says inbound investment will increase by 102% by the end of the year – more than three times the rate of growth last year. “The office market Asia-wide is at a stage in the cycle where new supply will rise 152% to about 100 million m2, presenting significantly more opportunities,” he says. “Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore remain the best target destinations, but structural change in markets such as India is making them more attractive.” Meanwhile, outbound flows into real estate will increase 61 % in 2015 from a record US$46 billion last year, Colliers predicts in its The Winners in Asia’s Tug of War paper.

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