Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific
December 1, 2014: Vol. 6, Number 11Buy For $195.00 Add to Cart
Sky high: Has competition for core Asian assets driven pricing out of orbit?
The globe’s most promising property markets tantalise from the Asian shores of the Pacific, where incomes are rising and economic growth outpaces that of the Western world.
The domestic response: How are Australian institutional investors responding to the increasingly competitive domestic real estate investment landscape?
Much has been written about the inflow of capital from offshore sources to Australia. But what of Australia’s domestic investors?
Economic expansion: Barring the unforeseen, the Asia Pacific region is set for growth in the coming years
Despite the Asia Pacific macroeconomy experiencing a slow start to the year, the region’s growth momentum is rising, with signs of strength expected in major core economies.
Food for thought: Questions for the annual Editorial Advisory Board meeting
Asia Pacific institutional investors, along with real estate consultants, investment managers and fund of funds managers — some of which sponsor this publication — met at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo on 28–30 October for our seventh annual Editorial Advisory Board meeting for The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Asia Pacific.
End of QE in the United States has implications for real estate
Asia Pacific investors continue to closely follow movements by the US Federal Reserve.
China's retail sector: outlook 'cautiously optimistic'
On the back of 7.7 percent year-over-year growth in China’s GDP during the first half of 2014, Chinese retail sales increased an impressive 12.1 percent year-over-year to US$2.02 trillion over the same period, and China is now expected to overtake the United States as the world’s largest retail market by 2016.
Asia Pacific real estate stocks rebound in October
In October, both global and Asia Pacific real estate stocks rebounded from a tough September as the property markets were once again bolstered by a move to safe (and yield-orientated) assets amidst global growth worries and ever-lower interest rates.