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Investors shifting to safety of major cities
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Investors shifting to safety of major cities

Commercial real estate investors in the United States are shifting their attention from smaller cities to refocus on major markets, a pull-back to...

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Hospitality M&A focus to shift to smaller, niche platforms in 2019
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Hospitality M&A focus to shift to smaller, niche platforms in 2019

After a bumper 2018, more hotel mergers and acquisitions are expected this year. But don't expect a further slew of mega transactions. The focus...

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Tax incentives to further boost Indian affordable housing
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Tax incentives to further boost Indian affordable housing

India recently lowered a tax on affordable housing and residential projects in a bid to address the country's lack of housing. The government...

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Private land owners cash in on industrial demand
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Private land owners cash in on industrial demand

Long-term owners of land in Australia's metropolitan fringe locations are selling to capitalise on rocketing industrial land values and the huge...

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International investors pile into New Zealand
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International investors pile into New Zealand

Overseas investors have been showing a real zeal for New Zealand. Investment in Auckland's office market hit NZ$2 billion last year, up from NZ$1...

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Hong Kong Government releases most commercial land in decades
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Hong Kong Government releases most commercial land in decades

Hong Kong's government has released the most amount of commercial land for sale in over two decades to meet demand for commercial, industrial and...

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Hotel development set to slow in 2019
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Hotel development set to slow in 2019

New hotel development in Australia is set to slow as the country's struggling apartment market contributes to a decrease in residential-led mixed...

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Tighter lending criteria impacts residential markets
Blog 3 weeks ago
Tighter lending criteria impacts residential markets

Heightened caution around lending is causing a slowdown in loan approvals across the Australian finance sector, adding extra pressure on the...

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Real estate investment sees best year since 2007 but caution is building
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Real estate investment sees best year since 2007 but caution is building

Click for more analysis and insights on global cross-border real estate investment. The post Real estate investment sees best year since 2007 but...

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Crazy Rich Land Prices: Why hotels are Singapore’s hottest properties
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Crazy Rich Land Prices: Why hotels are Singapore’s hottest properties

A rare hotel development site in Singapore has fetched a record price, a sign that the limited supply is likely to continue pushing up prices....

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Bank branches are consolidating. Landlords, take notice
Blog 1 month ago
Bank branches are consolidating. Landlords, take notice

The largest bank merger in more than a decade was announced this month, signaling that lenders are likely to continue to reduce their commercial...

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Why a U.S. university endowment invested 60% of its cash in real estate
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Why a U.S. university endowment invested 60% of its cash in real estate

Major funds are continuing to shift investment efforts toward commercial real estate markets, a signal that stable returns and reliable cash flows...

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Four Points by Sheraton Bangkok Sukhumvit 15
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Four Points by Sheraton Bangkok Sukhumvit 15

– Well-performing Asset: Consistently achieving occupancies of around 85% since 2016, the incoming owner will enjoy strong cash flows from its...

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Indian retail to see 10 million square-feet added in 2019
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Indian retail to see 10 million square-feet added in 2019

India is expected to see more than 10 million square-feet of additional retail real estate in 2019 - three times that of 2018 - as the sector...

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Negative gearing concerns add pressure to Australia’s apartment market
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Negative gearing concerns add pressure to Australia’s apartment market

The prospect of changes to negative gearing and capital gains tax is posing more of a risk to Australia's apartment market than the changes...

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Opportunities in Australian retail as market shifts
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Opportunities in Australian retail as market shifts

As listed retail funds progress their divestment plans and rationalise their portfolios, opportunistic investors are taking advantage of the...

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A generational development and revitalization opportunity
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A generational development and revitalization opportunity

Silo 5 & Mill Street Land offers a mixed-use development opportunity in Montreal's Old Port area. The post A generational development and...

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How the extended cycle is impacting sovereign wealth fund spending
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How the extended cycle is impacting sovereign wealth fund spending

A major player in commercial real estate markets, Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds are facing a challenging late-cycle investment environment...

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India’s office supply to increase in 2019

In India, this could be the year of the REIT, and with it will bring a boost for the country’s office market. Real estate investment trusts, or...

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Mantra Macarthur Hotel Canberra
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Mantra Macarthur Hotel Canberra

Property features and key investment highlights include: • Four star hotel featuring 176 studio, 1 & 2 bed guest rooms, restaurant & bar,...

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Why global real estate is taking up the sustainability challenge
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Why global real estate is taking up the sustainability challenge

The level of governmental action needed to meet the Paris emissions targets remains far short, but private actors, including many in the global...

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Blog 2 months ago
Melbourne retail supply struggles to keep up with population growth

Melbourne’s retail offering is among the best in the world, but it’s struggling to meet the demands of the city’s rocketing population. Melbourne’s...

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PropTech predictions: What’s in store for 2019

Property technology or ‘PropTech’ had a banner year in 2018, both in adoption and funding. The sector saw US$4.6 billion in venture capital in the...

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Top 10 U.S. markets best positioned for coworking growth

The flexible office market is flourishing in the United States. The sector – which includes coworking and similar amenity or meeting-focused...

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Blog 2 months ago
Downward shift in interest rate expectations grabs spotlight

Real estate investors have been bracing for interest rates to rise steadily throughout 2019. All of a sudden, that’s changed. Over the past week...

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Why the shifting hotel landscape is impacting management agreements

Changing expectations from consumers coupled with an increasing consolidation of the market is changing how owners and operators of hotels...

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What’s in store for Australia’s property markets in 2019?

From the federal election to a growing e-commerce market and an abundance of food and beverage retail, analysts have identified the events and...

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Why Boston’s CBD is ideally positioned to see out the end of the cycle

Low vacancy and a limited pipeline coupled with one of the most diversified workforces in America makes Boston’s central business district office...

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Why Adelaide’s older stock is an opportunity for investors

Developers are seizing the opportunity to redevelop older office stock in South Australia as the state’s capital, Adelaide, struggles to keep pace...

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Real estate allocations concentrate on the mega funds

At 10 years and counting, global real estate markets remain in the late cycle phase, but projected investor target allocations suggest there is...

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