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Chart: APAC Risk Aversion Evident Before Virus Spread

David Green-Morgan / March 17th, 2020

Investment activity for the office and retail sectors, which typically comprise two thirds of annual deal volume in the region, was...

Chart: Deals Dry Up at The Center in Hong Kong

David Green-Morgan / November 19th, 2019

To describe the last two years in Hong Kong as a rollercoaster would be an understatement. From recording the largest...

Single Investors Take Ownership in Australia

David Green-Morgan / September 12th, 2019

Two of Australia’s landmark transactions so far in 2019 have involved buildings owned by multiple...

Chart: Hong Kong Historic Investment Trends

David Green-Morgan / September 3rd, 2019

With all eyes on Hong Kong for signs that political unrest is hurting its financial markets, Real Capital Analytics charted...

Pricing in Japan Defies Conventional Wisdom

David Green-Morgan / May 20th, 2019

Traditional real estate investment practice dictates that when transaction activity diminishes then the lack of buyers in the market leads to prices dropping which in turn encourages buyers back into the...

Australia: Eyes on Elections for Real Estate Impact

David Green-Morgan / February 19th, 2019

Whenever a federal election in Australia is due, pundits, commentators and investors tend to ponder the impact that the outcome may have on the commercial real estate market. With one of...

Hong Kong Takes a Breather For Now

David Green-Morgan / December 26th, 2018

For quite a few years Hong Kong has defied the odds, commentators’ warnings of collapse, and gravity to post record price rises on the back of surging transactional volume. However, the last nine...

It’s the Bay Area – Supersized

David Green-Morgan / September 17th, 2018

The majority of property transactions across the Greater Bay Area at present involve development sites, emphasizing just how much additional growth is possible in an area that has grown...

Singapore Real Estate: Cooling the Tropics

David Green-Morgan / July 16th, 2018

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has once again intervened in the real estate market in an attempt to cool recent residential sales price growth. The recent surge in collective sales, a key feature...

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