30 April 2015

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    Strengthened rental growth for offices in Beijing and Shanghai and lower returns for Singapore and Hong Kong are the lead findings in the latest Asia-Pacific Real Estate Strategic Outlook report.

    The Deutsche Asset and Wealth Management report predicts strengthened rental growth for offices in mainland China based on demand from the services sector, increasing financial liberalisation and multinational firms. Increasing supply and a rise in United States interest rates will drive lower returns in Singapore and Hong Kong, it says. In Australia, lower returns are seen in the mining sector-led markets of Brisbane and Perth. Deutsche AWM Asia-Pacific head of research and strategy Koichiro Obu says capital markets remained strong in the region, even in the face of softer leasing markets. “We are expecting strengthening demand for space in much of Asia-Pacific, although new supply in Singapore and Hong Kong and reduced demand from the mining sector in Australia are risks,” he said.


    PRC Magazine - The Centenary 100th Issue

    Asia's Most Iconic Buildings 2000 - 2020 were nominated by the readers of PRC Magazine. 100 projects were selected and put to a public vote from 21 Oct to 08 Dec 2019. The Top 25 projects were revealed at the PRC Magazine Centenary 100th Issue Launch Party & Cocktail Event, held on 19 December at The CODE.


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