The Institutional Real Estate Letter - Asia Pacific
Providing investors with information and insights on the firms, issues and trends shaping the private equity real estate investment markets.
This monthly publication provides readers with data, information and insights on the investors, investment managers and markets within the dynamic Asia Pacific region. Powerful demographic trends in countries such as China, India and Indonesia are fueling demand for all types of real estate. As Asia becomes the dominant economic engine of the global economy, investment opportunities will abound in the region’s mature and emerging markets.
The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Asia Pacific will help you keep abreast of capital flows, new investment products, investment strategies, market trends and the region’s most active players.
This publication also includes a free quarterly supplement: The Institutional Real Estate Letter – Australia.
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Changing tactics: To secure their next victories in Western
The search for value: Where can it be found in Australian real estate markets?
Seoul focus: Reflections on a market with much to offer global investors
Win by not losing: Minimising losses and accumulating gains means protecting your capital first
Like clockwork: The world's central banks attempt to get their economies in precision working order
The bucket list: Applying value investing to real estate
China's residential woes: Despite stimulus measures, oversupply problems are creating a sluggish recovery for China's residential sector
Perilous path: Economic rebalancing while stamping out corruption poses challenges for China
Orchestrating growth: New leaders in Asia attempt to create harmonious economic and political ties
Asia Pacific investors go global: Asia lacks enough suitable product for Asia Pacific investors seeking core assets
The money talks: Investors speak candidly on a host of issues at the annual Editorial Advisory Board meeting
Targeting outperformance: Focusing on changes in demographics, technology and urbanisation can help investors outperform