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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.

 

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Singapore Residential 2H 2017

Singapore Residential 2H 2017

04. Oktober 2017

Following the termination of the Financial Investor Scheme (FIS) in Singapore in April 2012, high end residential sales have been in decline. The FIS provided investors with an alternative route to gain Singapore Permanent Residency (PR) status and as such created demand for high-end real estate.

 
 
 
Spotlight: UK Development – 2017

Spotlight: UK Development – 2017

04. Oktober 2017

The housebuilding industry is on track to deliver the Government’s target of one million new homes by 2020. The challenge is to continue expanding supply in the highest-demand areas to improve affordability

 
 
 
Spotlight: World Student Housing 2017–18

Spotlight: World Student Housing 2017–18

04. Oktober 2017

Student housing has grown from a niche investment opportunity into a global asset class

 
 
 
Taiwan Hospitality 2H 2017

Taiwan Hospitality 2H 2017

04. Oktober 2017

The number of foreign visitors to Taiwan marginally increased, by 2.4% year-on-year (YoY) to 10.69 million in 2016, with Chinese visitors accounting for 33% (3.51 million), Japan for 18% (1.9 million) and Hong Kong and Macau for 15% (1.6 million). The tourism industry had previously been in decline for two consecutive years, due to rising political tensions between China and Taiwan. However, in 1H/2017, conditions again proved to be difficult, with the number of overseas tourists falling by 5.66% YoY. The drop is mainly attributable to the reduction in visitors from China, which decreased by 40% (0.85 million), shrinking their share of total inbound travellers from 40% to 25%.

 
 
 
Tianjin Office 2H 2017

Tianjin Office 2H 2017

04. Oktober 2017

As one of the economic centres of northern China, Tianjin’s economy has been dominated by the manufacturing sector (secondary industry) for a long time. Steady economic growth has however provided a solid foundation for the recent development of tertiary industry, with its contribution to the economy exceeding 50% for the first time in 2015, signifying a key milestone in the city’s transformation from being a manufacturing-oriented economy to a services-oriented one. The tertiary sector continued to see its contribution to the economy grow in 2016 to 54%.

 
 
 
Tokyo Office 2H 2017

Tokyo Office 2H 2017

04. Oktober 2017

Large-scale Grade B office metrics in the central five wards (C5W)2 have been improving as Tokyo office market fundamentals remain sound. Grade A office vacancy has remained tight and some demand appears to have spilled over to Grade B offices. Grade A vacancy in Shinjuku and Shibuya is particularly tight, and rental growth for Grade B offices in these wards has outpaced growth in other wards.

 
 
 
Vietnam Residential 2H 2017

Vietnam Residential 2H 2017

04. Oktober 2017

In the late 1980s, the urban population of Viet Nam was 20% of the total. When economic liberalisation was embraced, the rate of rural migration to urban centres increased, and 30 years later it is now at its highest rate of 34%. In 2000, Viet Nam had approximately 2,200 sq km of urban land; by 2010 that land area had expanded to 2,900 sq km, overtaking Thailand and the Republic of Korea. With growth of almost 2% per annum, the pace of urbanisation over the last five years was the second highest in the region. The ratio of urbanisation in Viet Nam, however, is still lower than Malaysia at 75%, Indonesia with 54% and Thailand at 52%, indicating that there is still significant potential for urban expansion.

 
 
 
Spotlight: Residential property market - The Netherlands

Spotlight: Residential property market - The Netherlands

03. Oktober 2017

Housing boom continues: regions into overdrive

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Hotel Sentiment Survey 2H 2017

Asia Pacific Hotel Sentiment Survey 2H 2017

02. Oktober 2017

The APAC market anticipates furthur rate compression in most of the Southeast Asia markets, with the exception of Vietnam. The hotel performance outlook in North Asia and Australia is more optimistic, with expected stability in both average daily rates and occupancy.

 
 
 
Perspectives from the CFO: Four key areas for strengthening alignment

Perspectives from the CFO: Four key areas for strengthening alignment

02. Oktober 2017

Savills Studley recently conducted one-on-one interviews with several chief financial officers (CFOs) in consulting, financial services, consumer products and technology to gain their insights on managing corporate real estate (CRE) effectively in the current environment. Participants represented both global and U.S. experience and the viewpoints of large, medium and start-up firms. This article was originally published in the September 2017 issue of CoreNet Global's The Leader.

 
 
 

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Lydia Brissy

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European Research

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