Q1 Asian deals up 9% year on year as global volume rises | Asia Property

Subscription Enquiries
Editorial Enquiries

This will be the secondary navigation

Q1 Asian deals up 9% year on year as global volume rises

Published on May 11th, 2014

Sales of large commercial property assets globally totalled $265.5bn in the first quarter of this year, up 6% on the same period in 2013, according to Real Capital Analytics. RCA’s…

Not subscribed yet? Click here for full access.

Comment

EDITORS COMMENT

The core real estate space will get very crowded over the next year or so. As we revealed in April, Morgan Stanley is plotting a core Asia fund and a...

Comment

No big bang for China housing bubble

While many of China’s housing developers are in trouble, fears of a financial meltdown as the house price bubble bursts have been overplayed. Deflation of the bubble, backed by more...

Diary

MAY - DIARY

Sony seems an unlikely player in property services game Sony, creator of the Walkman and the PlayStation and on target for a $1.1bn loss for the year to 31 March,...

News

Blackstone takes 50% stake in Sydney office

Blackstone has bought a 50% stake in a Sydney office building for A$435m ($403m), as foreign interest in Australian real estate continues. Blackstone bought the half share of Westpac’s headquarters...

News

Stockland’s $2.2bn takeover offer too low, says Australand

Australian property company rejects advance and refuses access to its books  Australian property company Stockland has had a A$2.4bn ($2.2bn) all shares takeover bid for rival Australand rebuffed. Stockland bid...

Research

Shanghai and Beijing office rents slide...

Beijing and Shanghai office rents are falling, with the former facing weak demand and the latter increasing supply. Knight Frank’s first quarter reports on the two cities’ office markets show...

News

May - News In Brief

Lotte calls off REIT listing Lotte Shopping has postponed the listing of a real estate investment trust in Singapore, which was slated to raise up to $1bn, backed by retail property...

News

Fitch says CITIC’s new China product is ABS, not a REIT

CITIC Securities’ planned China real estate investment trust product is more like asset- backed securities than a REIT, according to Fitch Ratings. The ratings agency noted that CITIC’s new product...

News

Invesco plans launch to join J-REIT boom

Office specialist will acquire five assets worth ¥78.6bn, as new and established J-REITs ramp up investment  Invesco Real Estate plans to float a Japanese REIT next month, as the listed...

Current Issue