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Korea Property Digest Q4 2020
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JLL named to The Global Outsourcing 100® 2021
New research shows buildings classified as “healthy” command higher rents
Partnerships top investors’ priority lists amid pandemic travel restrictions
Implications of blockchain technology in Real Estate
Phasing out gas and diesel from buildings is one big way property owners can hit environmental targets
Restricting the world’s largest human migration is expected to shift shopping patterns online and in store
Flexible office space is back, but it’s looking different than before
Many companies coming to the end of their leases are delaying big moves until pandemic uncertainty settles
Investors and occupiers are increasingly setting their sights on China, India and Indonesia
Electric car dealerships springing up in China’s malls are just one type of retailer opening physical stores
Recent deals show how key players in real estate investment are reshaping their portfolios
Shopping, work, travel: In a turbulent year, commercial real estate was at the center of big changes
In a year filled with uncertainty, the answers could help shape the months to come
Landed housing is an important market segment in Indonesia and millennials are a vital demand source. Developers are targeting this demographic segment and adjusting their sales processes, especially in the wake of COVID-19.
Cross-border activity has come to define inbound and outbound Asia Pacific real estate investment over the past decade. In little over 10 years, Asia Pacific-domiciled capital has transitioned from an emerging source to the dominant source of real estate investment globally. This theme accelerated over the past 12 months, with committed capital from Asia Pacific outpacing other individual regions by over 30%.
The resumption of economic activity is underway across Asia Pacific and conversations within corporate and real estate circles have pivoted towards re-entry.
The latest trends in office markets for Q3 2019 across Asia Pacific
The latest trends in real estate markets for office, retail, residential, industrial and hotel properties.
After lacklustre leasing performance in the first three quarters of 2019, Asia Pacific volumes finished of high notes.
Keep your fingers on the pulse with JLL’s new Asia Pacific’s Capital Tracker. Find out what’s happening with active capital in the region as well as the comparison of themes in both the private and public markets
Beyond the Rebound: The New Asia Pacific Real Estate Cycle
In the October 2020, two of the biggest real estate portfolio transactions in
India were announced.
Over the last two quarters, we have expanded our market coverage across all asset classes by adding 30 new markets, including more cities and sectors in Australia, India, China and Southeast Asia.
JLL’s latest Global Real Estate Perspective looks at market dynamics during the third quarter and the impact of COVID-19
Amidst COVID-19, logistics remains the most resilient sector – what are the trends driving change in the logistics real estate landscape?
Highlights from the report include:
Rents affected by slow leasing activity and price growth generally muted in the wake of the pandemic
Stronger sales performance as pent-up demand is relieved in several markets
Loose monetary policies in response to ongoing risks related to the pandemic and weak economy may prop buyer sentiment
Highlights from the report include:
Subdued leasing activity caused rents to decline 1.3% in aggregate, however Seoul, Manila and Osaka shine as bright spots
Economic uncertainty, and softening demand coupled with large supply volumes are likely to maintain downward pressure on rents
Fiscal and monetary policies across the region coupled with investors’ long-term view will provide support to capital values