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AsiaProperty Capital Raising Update

Published on January 4th, 2014

The Redwood Group has launched a Japanese logistics fund with a $500m equity-raising target 

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Market Talk

CORRUPTION AND LUXURY SPENDING

“FOLLOWING THE CENTRAL GOVERNMENTS NEW POLICY TO CURB CORRUPTION AND LUXURY SPENDING, LUXURY RETAILERS HAVE BEEN MORE PRUDENT ABOUT THEIR EXPANSION PLANS IN MAINLAND CHINA” Knight Frank’s Greater China Property...

Diary

Pattar swings a victory as Asia Property tees off first golf event

The inaugural AsiaProperty Hong Kong Open golf tournament took place at the stunning Clearwater Bay Golf and Country Club last week. CLSA’s John Pattar took the individual trophy, accepting his...

Market Talk

POWERFUL DEMAND ON THE REAL ESTATE SIDE

“WE’RE SEEING VERY POWERFUL DEMAND ON THE REAL ESTATE SIDE. VERY FEW REAL ESTATE MANAGERS MADE IT THROUGH THE CYCLE. AND WITH REAL ESTATE TURNING AND VALUES GOING UP SIGNIFICANTLY,...

Research

Asia Property Performance v Equities and Bonds

Research

Listed Property Performance v Bonds and Equities, November 2013

     

Analysis

LOGISTICS STAY AT THE TOP OF INVESTORS’ WISH LIST FOR 2014

Chinese logistics is the ideal purchase for respondents to the latest Investment Intentions and Pricing Survey, getting a 100% ‘buy’ rating, while Hong Kong is the most out-of-favour market  Investors...

News

Second wave of Chinese cities bring in curbs on home prices

More Chinese cities have rolled out measures to cool surging home prices. In the past month Wuhan, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Xiamen, Nanchang in central China and Shenyang unveiled measures including raising...

ASEAN focus

BIG PROPERTY DREAMS ARE YEARS FROM REALITY IN SMALL-TOWN VIENTIANE

An autocratic government is backing big infrastructure projects and special economic zones across Laos, but corruption and muted demand mean capital Vientiane is likely to remain largely uncharted real estate investment...

Comment

Time for bold Acts on Indian property

India’s government has proposed a number of reforms that should make the property market more transparent, open and attractive to overseas capital, but swift implementation will be vital to maintain...

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