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The Asia Pacific region is expected to be the standout region from a growth standpoint, with hotel investment volumes forecasted to grow by 15% year-on-year in 2019.
Japan is expected to be one of the most active markets in 2019, with investor sentiment driven by the 2019 Rugby World Cup and the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Investment momentum will continue to rise as investors explore selling hotel assets to capitalise on the tourism boom.
Singapore is currently riding the wave of a boom in hotel land sales which has reignited the interest of would-be sellers who are considering to sell their hotel properties.
In a tightly held market such as Singapore, we expect to see heightened sales activity as owners exit at record prices and newcomers seek long-term strategic opportunities.
With sustained demand in international visitor arrivals, robust trading performance, continued infrastructure development and political stability, Thailan…
As global real estate markets prepare for another year in an extended cycle, the appeal of Asia Pacific’s markets remains an enduring and driving force for the industry in 2019.
North America has long been the most popular destination for institutional investor capital, especially among American and Asian investors.
However, the progressive rise in U.S. interest rates – and the prospect of more to come – are deterring some investors from expanding rapidly in the country, prompting a potential reallocation of capital towards markets in Asia Pacific.
“Transaction volumes in the APAC region were up 20 percent year-on-year to Q3 2018, with full year volumes expected to set another record,” says Nick Wilson, Director of Asia Pacific Capital Markets Research. “The growth momentum will likely slow in 2019, but we still forecast an approximately 5 percent rise in overall transaction volumes.”Hot countries
A total of 454,814 residential units across the country were left unsold last year, with a total value of US$ 41 billion, according to Sopon Pornchokchai, president of the Agency for Real Estate Affairs.
The supplies in the Bangkok Metropolitan Region constituted 40% of the total units available and 55% of the total value.
These supplies included detached houses, semi-detached hoses, townhouses, shophouses, condominiums (owner-occupied apartments) and residential land subdivision catered by formal private housing developers in Thailand.
In 2018, 448 housing projects were launched with a total number of units of 126,167 units with a total value of USD 17,267 billion in the Bangkok Metropolitan Region. This is consider a boom indeed.Dr.Sopon Pornchokchai, President, the Agency for Real Estate Affairs Bangkok has the largest unsold supply
The largest unsold inventory were in Bangkok with a total number of units of …