Asia Pacific Capital Trends 2016 Review: China Roars

Petra Blazkova / February 6th, 2017

Investment volume in Asia Pacific fell 14% YOY in 2016, as weakness in Japan and Australia offset stronger performances by China and most other Asian markets, the new edition of Asia Pacific Capital Trends...

As Overseas Investment Surges, China Outbound Capital Rules Cause Concern

Petra Blazkova / January 17th, 2017

Speculation about new capital control rules squeezing the pipeline of Chinese outbound capital is causing some concern among market participants both in China and internationally. For the moment…

Nov 2016 US Capital Trends: Drumbeat of Declines to Fade

Jim Costello / December 22nd, 2016

Commercial property transactions fell 6% YOY in November, following a 35% YOY decline in October, and unless December posts extraordinary growth, declines are likely for Q4’16 overall. Still, that steady...

London: The Scene Six Months After Brexit Vote

Tom Leahy / December 20th, 2016

The six months since the U.K.’s E.U. referendum have amply demonstrated how politics can have an immediate impact on real estate markets. Central London investment volumes are down 55% versus...

Q3 2016 Global and Asia Pacific Capital Trends: Global Activity Dips, Some Countries Shine

Simon Mallinson / November 3rd, 2016

Global commercial real estate investment fell 15% year-over-year in Q3’16, the new edition of Global Capital Trends shows. For the first nine months of 2016, total global volume fell 11% versus...

View From Japan: Fewer Investors Step In, More Investors to Venture Out

Petra Blazkova / September 12th, 2016

At the MIPIM Japan conference in Osaka in early September, the vast majority of exhibitors came from across Japan and just one was from overseas. We are proud to say that visitor was Real Capital Analytics....

Q2 2016 Asia Pacific Capital Trends: Investors Crimp Activity Amid Concerns

Petra Blazkova / August 5th, 2016

RCA's inaugural Asia Pacific Capital Trends report shows that income-producing real estate investment in Asia Pacific declined 39% from a year ago in H1'16. The declines were led by Australia, China and...

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