Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific
June 1, 2013: Volume 5, Number 6Buy For $150.00 Add to Cart
Distress signals: Distressed Asia Pacific real estate deals are out there -- if you know where to look
With generally improving market conditions and the Asia Pacific growth story largely intact, can investors still find distressed real estate assets in the region?
A measure of performance: Property experts adapt to changes in fees, governance and transparency for unlisted Asian real estate funds
Performance metrics are being ever more assiduously applied to the institutional investment and management of money, and the real estate sector is no exception.
Satisfying demand: What will it take for Hong Kong's office market to regain balance by 2020?
Despite office rents having dropped more than 20 percent from their peak in 2008 to the end of 2012, Hong Kong’s CBD is still one of the most expensive places in the world to do business.
Riding the upturn: The implications of the Bank of Japan's new measures for the Japanese property market
The victory of the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) in last year’s general election was widely welcomed by the Japanese business and investment communities.
Caution prevails: Investors remain cautious as market uncertainty continues
At the end of April, I had an opportunity to attend the annual Property Leaders Forum in Singapore of the Asia Pacific Real Estate Association (APREA).
Asian investors keep the City of London hopping
London continues to be attractive to foreign investors.
Fundraising round up -- West meets East
Institutional investors globally continue to commit capital to Asia Pacific–focused property funds, investing across strategies during the first quarter.
Japanese markets soar in April on government stimulus
Asia Pacific listed real estate companies bounced back in April after relatively tepid performance for the prior two months, helped along by strong general equity market returns and the resurgence of the Japanese markets under “Abenomics”.