Although some technological shifts have weighed heavily on investors in the office and retail arenas, the logistics sector has more often than not presented investors with many upside considerations.
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Landlords are now focused on building resilient assets, including the introduction of more experiential elements, that will enable them to maintain and grow market share.
In many Asia Pacific markets today, competition for core assets is increasing, the number of available assets is decreasing, and prices are through the roof. What’s an investor to do?
In nautical terms, for much of the past decade we have appeared to be sailing on calm seas, with a fair wind behind us. Occasional squalls have appeared, and from time to time storms became visible on the horizon, but for the most part these have blown off at a safe distance. How long can these conditions last?
With returns on nonlisted property funds at their highest level since the global financial crisis, investors are increasingly favouring value-added strategies as the most attractive risk-and-return prospect for the year.
As an institutional investor, it’s your prerogative to have the information you want from your investment managers presented in the way you want it to be presented. But there is a cost associated with forcing your investment managers to comply with your wishes.
Greater China’s co-working office sector has seen rapid growth and expansion, from a few large venues several years ago to 550 locations in key city markets at the end of first quarter 2018, according to Cushman & Wakefield
After recovering over the past two months, Asia Pacific property stocks retreated in May, as developers weakened on a generally more conservative, “risk-off” mentality by investors.