Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific

February 1, 2016: Vol. 8, Number 2

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Asia Pacific

Making forecasts: How you think is more important than what you think

Institutional investors often ask us, “Where do you see the market going from here?” With commercial real estate prices in effectively every major market in the world reaching new peaks following the global financial crisis, this is far from an academic question for institutional investors with clear mandates to deploy capital into real estate in a yield-starved world. 

Asia Pacific

Christmastime in New York: Notes from our CEO Summit

We just completed our 2015 CEO Summit in New York City. This is the first of what will become an annual event, specifically designed to enable the CEOs from around the globe who sponsor our publications to come together, connect with each other, exchange ideas and debate key issues that are important to them.

Asia Pacific

Investors fail to achieve real estate target allocations

Institutional investors are increasing target allocations to real estate, according to the third annual real estate allocation survey from Hodes Weill & Associates and Cornell University’s Baker Programme in Real Estate, but at the same time remain significantly underallocated.

Asia Pacific

2015 was a turbulent year for property stocks

December may have closed out 2015 relatively strongly for both Asia Pacific and global property stocks (returning 2.5 percent and 1.4 percent, respectively), but it capped a turbulent year in which property stocks were buffeted by changing interest rate and global economic growth expectations, even though real estate fundamentals were generally good and demand for real estate assets by institutional investors was strong across markets.

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