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March Diary

Published on March 1st, 2013

Big Apple’s brokers may be on course to crack Chinese market How important are Chinese buyers? In New York, they are so important that the New York University School of Continuing…

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Big Apple’s brokers may be on course to crack Chinese market How important are Chinese buyers? In New York, they are so important that the New York University School of Continuing...

Company Profiles

Yishan Capital Partners

By doing its research and picking the right local partners, the investment manager has succeeded in forming three joint ventures in Indonesia, considered a tough market for foreigners to crack ...

News

Asian funds pack faces tough capital hunt

Preqin reports growing appetite for funds after weak 2012, but supply of Asian vehicles still outstrips demand Asian real estate investment managers are finding little thawing in the capital markets...

News

Chinese land sales took lion’s share as Asian deals accounted for half of 2012 transactions

Asia accounted for half of the world’s commercial real estate deals last year, according to Real Capital Analytics, but Chinese land deals skewed the region’s figures. For all of 2012,...

ASEAN focus

Jakarta is hot 2013 destination, but foreign players have yet to land

Previous economic and political instability in Indonesia has spooked overseas investors, but the rise of a strong democracy and growing middle-class markets is tempting property players to overcome their fears ...

Research

Key Data: Listed Sector

• Asia was February’s best- performing region for listed real estate stocks, returning 5.4%, the FTSE EPRA/NAREIT Developed Asia Index showed. This compared with a 4.7% return for the North...

News

Bright Ruby buys in Sydney as investors target Australia

Asian investors are ramping up their activities in Australia’s real estate market. Singapore-based commodities trading group Bright Ruby has made its second acquisition in Sydney, buying 231 Elizabeth Street from...

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