Internationale Marktberichte

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Internationale Marktberichte

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Asia Pacific Hotel Sales & Investment Briefing Nov 2017
10. November 2017

The investment sales market picked up tremendously in the third quarter, partly due to large scale transactions in China. Both domestic and cross-border investors are still actively looking for opportunities offering stable returns.

 
 
Brexit Briefing - The Impact On The Central London Office Market

Brexit Briefing - The Impact On The Central London Office Market

09. August 2016

Opportunistic investors are circling as UK funds set up for sales programme.

 
 
 
Brexit Briefing - The Impact On The Mainstream Market

Brexit Briefing - The Impact On The Mainstream Market

09. August 2016

Initial Reaction: Caution is likely to affact sales in the housing market but low interest rates will underpin prices.

 
 
 
Brexit Briefing - The Impact On The Prime Market

Brexit Briefing - The Impact On The Prime Market

09. August 2016

Adjusting to change: How will the prime housing markets respond to the Brexit vote?

 
 
 
Savills Effective Rent Index 2016

Savills Effective Rent Index 2016

09. August 2016

 

 
 
 

Spain Investment Market June 2016

09. August 2016

The almost €2,900 million transacted between January and June in the commercial real estate market equates to just 70% of the volume registered for H1 2015. A lack of product is the main reason for the declining activity.

 
 
 
Beijing Residential Leasing Briefing - Summer 2016

Beijing Residential Leasing Briefing - Summer 2016

06. August 2016

Despite a new project entering the market, the closure of two projects during 1H/2016 continued to see the overall stock level of serviced apartment units decline.

 
 
 
July Office Employment Rebounds; Gains Should Make for September Move

July Office Employment Rebounds; Gains Should Make for September Move

05. August 2016

July’s nonfarm payroll report exceeded expectations, handily topping estimates with a gain of 255,000 jobs overall and 217,000 jobs in the private sector. Office employment rose by a robust 88,000 as well (Table 1 and Chart 1 on the following page), led by strength in professional and business services, where almost 1/3 of the advance stemmed from job gains in accounting and bookkeeping services, architectural and engineering services and computer systems design. At least for now, recent data suggest the labor market is firing on all cylinders: the average monthly gain in office-using payrolls over June and July equals 99,000—more than twice as much as the 42,500 average monthly gain over April and May. 

 
 
 
Shanghai Retail Briefing - Summer 2016

Shanghai Retail Briefing - Summer 2016

04. August 2016

The closure of a number of fashion stores and lower pre-commitment among some new projects increased overall vacancy levels.

 
 
 
Prime Benchmark, July 2016

Prime Benchmark, July 2016

03. August 2016

The global economy continued to make a slow recovery during 1H/2016 while external demand remained challenging. Maintaining adequate liquidity and a relaxed credit environment were the main themes in many Asian countries. However, political events such as the Brexit vote and the US Presidential election are adding some uncertainty to global economic growth and The Fed is likely to be more wary of hiking rates in the near term. Except for China, which saw a depreciation trend, most Asian currencies appreciated against the US Dollar by between 0.1% and 14.7% over the first half of 2016.

 
 
 
Savills Property Price Index Hanoi Q2 2016

Savills Property Price Index Hanoi Q2 2016

03. August 2016

In Q2/2016, the residential index was 104.7 points (pts), decreasing -3 ppts QoQ and -3.5 ppts YoY with an average selling price of VND 26.3 million/m².

 
 
 

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Lydia Brissy

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European Research

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