Prime Asian Rents and Yields, Q4 2013 | Asia Property

Subscription Enquiries
Editorial Enquiries

This will be the secondary navigation

Prime Asian Rents and Yields, Q4 2013

Published on April 13th, 2014

Lack of supply has supported Taipei office rents, but new development is likely to put pressure on the market in coming months

Not subscribed yet? Click here for full access.

Companies & People

COMPANIES & PEOPLE

Verwer fills top spot at APREA Peter Verwer has been appointed chief executive of the Asia Pacific Real Estate Association (APREA) and will take up the post at the start...

Market Talk

APRIL 2014 MARKET TALK

“We are approaching a period of rental growth all over the regIon” Jeremy Sheldon, JLL’s head of Asia pacific markets, gets excited about the region’s occupier market at a hong...

Comment

A collapse or two is no cause for concern

You don’t get to be China’s largest listed residential developer by being stupid, so it is worth paying attention to recent pronouncements by the leadership of China Vanke. The received...

Survey

KOREA

It may take 18 months until oversupply in Seoul’s office market is absorbed and international investors return. Domestic institutions looking abroad, meanwhile, are running out of affordable core assets  Korea...

News

Seven assets seed Propertylink’s Australian industrial fund

Australian niche manager Propertylink is launching a A$400m ($373.4m) Australian industrial fund. The Propertylink Australian Industrial Partnership has been seeded with seven assets in Brisbane, Sydney, Perth and Melbourne, worth...

News

Barclays tips revival for China developers

Analysts predict sales revival for China developers, as fall in share discounts to net asset value triggers buying Barclays is predicting a rally in China developer stocks after a slump...

World News

Samsung Life picks LIM to run €200m French assets spree

Korean institutional investor plans to target prime commercial property, with a focus on Paris assets Samsung Life is to invest €200m ($256.2m) in French commercial real estate. It has awarded...

World News

Asian consortium pays £528,000 per room to check into London hotel

A consortium of Asian investors has bought the Marriott London Grosvenor Square Hotel for £125.15m ($209.6m). Joint Treasure International paid US listed hospitality group Strategic Hotels & Resorts £528,000 per...

Survey

Seoul revival tempts foreign players back to the party

Domestic investors have driven Seoul’s office market in the past two years, as low yields and oversupply deterred foreign buyers. But international investors look set to return as the occupier...

Current Issue