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Commerical Market in Minutes
December 03, 2010

The UK is facing some headwinds in 2011, but the prospects are good thereafter

 

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Shanghai Residential Sales Briefing - Spring 2014

Shanghai Residential Sales Briefing - Spring 2014

May 07, 2014

The residential market faced tough challenges at the beginning of the year, with a fall in both first- and second-hand transaction volumes, and first-hand unsold inventory reaching a new high.

 
 
 
Tokyo Office Leasing Briefing - Q1 2014

Tokyo Office Leasing Briefing - Q1 2014

May 01, 2014

Strong absorption has seen the Grade A vacancy rate fall below the threshold 5% level for the first time since 2012.

 
 
 
Singapore Office Briefing Q1 2014

Singapore Office Briefing Q1 2014

April 30, 2014

The strong net take-up is a classic demonstartion of demand chasing supply, a situation which characterises the Singapore office market

 
 
 

Tricity Office Market in Minutes April 2014

April 30, 2014

“With ca. 426,000 sq m of modern offices, Tricity is the third largest regional office market in Poland just behind Kraków and Wrocław. About two third of the total Tricity office stock is located in Gdansk.” Tomasz Buras, Savills Office Agency

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly Q1, 2014

Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly Q1, 2014

April 29, 2014

 

 
 
 
Beijing Residential 1H 2014

Beijing Residential 1H 2014

April 28, 2014

Beijing enjoyed strong economic growth between 2001 and 2010, with a GDP compound annual growth rate (CAGR) reaching 16%. Echoing the economic slowdown and uncertainties at home and abroad, Beijing’s GDP growth has slowed over the past three years to 7.7% by the end of 2013. Beijing is the second largest city nationwide in terms of population (21.2 million by the end of 2013), and hosts a large pool of affluent and high net worth individuals. Local residents have strong affordability and a high demand for upgrading their properties, given that urban residents’ disposable incomes in the city reached RMB40,321 in 2013, the fourth highest in China following Shanghai, Shenzhen and Suzhou.

 
 
 
Chengdu Residential 1H 2014

Chengdu Residential 1H 2014

April 28, 2014

Chengdu has long been recognised as one of China’s fastest growing and most liveable cities. The city’s economy has gone through an amazing transformation over the last decade and a half. In 2013, GDP reached RMB910 billion, more than 10% higher compared with 2012. The city’s economy is the second largest in the west of China, just behind Chongqing (RMB1,266 billion). Given that is the municipality’s administrative region, is the same size as some of China’s provinces and has a population of 32 million people, this is not all that bad. In fact, when compared on a GDP per capita basis, Chengdu clearly outperformed Chongqing with RMB64,248 vs RMB56,836 per capita in 2012.

 
 
 
Dalian Office 1H 2014

Dalian Office 1H 2014

April 28, 2014

Dalian’s Grade A office market is currently divided into four areas, including two traditional business areas and two emerging areas: Renmin Road, Qingniwa, Xinghai Square and East Harbor respectively.

 
 
 
Guangzhou Retail 1H 2014

Guangzhou Retail 1H 2014

April 28, 2014

As the commercial and trade centre of southern China, retail sales in Guangzhou have maintained strong growth for the last ten years. Between 2003 and 2013, retail sales registered a nominal compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 16%, making the city’s retail market one of the fastest growing in mainland China. In 2013, retail sales totalled RMB688.3 billion, with year-to-date year-on-year (YoY) growth at 15.2%, which lists Guangzhou as third, after Shanghai and Beijing, among first-tier cities.

 
 
 
Hong Kong Retail 1H 2014

Hong Kong Retail 1H 2014

April 28, 2014

In the past few years, Hong Kong’s tourism market has been dominated by mainland tourists – especially compared with other major tourist cities – welcoming over 40 million of these visitors in 2013, representing a staggering 75% of all arrivals. In Singapore, for example, mainlanders represented 14% of total visitors in 2012, New York fewer than 5%, Paris around 2% while London recorded below 1% of all visitors of mainland origin. Only Macau can begin to match Hong Kong with 61% of all visitors from the PRC last year. While it is unlikely that the tide of PRC visitors will recede anytime soon, as Hong Kong braces for the impact of tighter credit conditions in the mainland, it may be worth taking a look at visitors from elsewhere, and their spending and accommodation patterns. It is worth remembering that one-third of overnight visitors originated from countries other than mainland China last year, a not insubstantial number. Given domestic conditions of ris

 
 
 

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