India will see three times more new retail real estate this year than 2018.
Foreign investors are pushing into India’s rental housing market, with a big recent deal highlighting the potential for a shift away from mom-and-pop dominance in the sector
The year 2018 saw Indian Warehousing Sector coming of age, outshining some of the conventional real estate asset classes and attracting global investors.
Eight out of eleven markets in India witnessed an increase in ReVPAR (revenue per available room) performance in Q4 2018 over the same period last year
Major funds are continuing to shift investment efforts toward commercial real estate markets.
The offer of residency remains far from a one-size-fits-all answer to encourage direct real estate investment.
M&A activity is growing across Asia Pacific’s real estate market, a sign that institutional investors are continuing to increase their allocations to real estate.
A major player in commercial real estate markets, Middle Eastern sovereign wealth funds are facing a challenging late-cycle investment environment that is impacting their deployment strategies.
The level of governmental action needed to meet the Paris emissions targets remains far short, but private actors, including many in the global real estate sector, are taking up the challenge.
All retailers face the need for repairs and refurbishments to the buildings they occupy but scaffolding obscuring store entrances can be off-putting for shoppers.
The boom in urban populations as well as investment in public transport is pushing companies and investors to explore space outside traditional city centers.
It’s a study of top seven markets of India which delves into the supply and demand dynamics of Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad and Kolkata to arrive at a holistic all-India picture. It also analyzes the price growth witnessed in each of these markets. The report finds that the sales across key seven cities in 2018 were 42% higher vis-à-vis 2017 and launches grew by 53% compared to 2017. These numbers demonstrate how the markets adapted to change and stepped into a recovery phase.
The hotel real estate market is expected to remain healthy in 2019, thanks to strong fundamentals driven by a positive outlook on tourism travels, sustained growth forecasts for hotel operating performance and a record level of dry power for acquisitions. Return on hotel investment is attractive, compared to other asset classes and we expect global hotel investment volumes to hold steady in 2019.
JLL identifies the world’s most dynamic cities, based on a range of socio-economic and commercial real estate indicators.
Why industrial and logistics are the next big thing in Asia Pacific.