Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific

March 1, 2019: Vol. 11, Number 3

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From the Current Issue

Asia Pacific

Housing people: Compact living and co-living are trends to watch, particularly as the for-rent multifamily sector grows in Asia Pacific

Asia is home to some of the largest — and growing — populations in the world. China’s 1.4 billion population alone is more than four times that of the United States’ 328 million, which is the equivalent of China’s millennial population. As floor plates shrink in major cities to accommodate urbanisation and economic migration, “compact living” and “co-living spaces” are gaining traction, all while the region’s middle class grows.

Asia Pacific

Value creation: Providing solutions to complex situations

With near-record pricing for all main property types globally and a backdrop of rising interest rates, we continue to search for value creation opportunities in off-market situations, according to Partners Group’s 2019 Private Markets Navigator. To source these opportunities, a strong network and the ability to provide bespoke solutions are key.

Asia Pacific

Japanese investors to continue global real estate push in 2019

Following actions in 2018 by major Japanese investors to extend their footprints in global real estate markets, Asterisk Realty & Placement Agency sees strong motivation for global real estate investments this year by all types of Japanese institutional investors, including pension funds, financial institutions, insurance companies, listed REITs and real estate developers.

Asia Pacific

Asia Pacific to outpace global AUM by 2025

By 2025, assets under management in the Asia Pacific is set to outpace any other region globally, and almost double to US$29.6 trillion by 2025, according to PwC’s Asset & Wealth Management 2025: The Asian Awakening report. Asia Pacific AUM is expected to grow at a total compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.7 percent to US$16.9 trillion in 2020 from US$15.1 trillion in 2017.

Asia Pacific

Property stocks outperform again in January 2019

After a rough end to 2018, January 2019 started off at a record-performance pace across the globe as stock markets rallied on more-dovish US Federal Reserve commentary, still-strong US economic data and better sentiment regarding easing trade tensions.

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