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LaSalle has $3 billion to invest in Asia property

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - LaSalle Investment Management said on Monday it is ready to resume investing in Asian property after nine months on the sidelines and that it has $3 billion available for investments.

Worst is over for Asia residential property markets

HONG KONG - Demand for residential property is seen picking up in key Asian cities but economic recession will continue to depress the region's office markets, pushing Grade A rents in Singapore and Tokyo down nearly 40 percent in the next 18 months, a Reuters poll shows.

Singapore, Hong Kong amongst Asia’s biggest losers

Khalil Adis Propertyreport 18.05.2009
Top 10 luxury hotels in Asia

Competing inns in Kyoto, Japan, lead the pack Asia has long lured travelers with its fair share of exotic locations and ancient cultures. U.S.-based luxury travel firm Kipling & Clark has issued a list of its favorite hotels in the region.

Singapore, Hong Kong amongst Asia’s biggest losers

The Asian property investment market suffered an 83 per cent quarter-on-quarter fall in sales in the first quarter of 2009 with Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong suffering the biggest falls in sales volume, according to CB Richard Ellis (CBRE).

Best Western International rolls out major hotel expansion plan for the Middle East

Best Western International Asia has announced a strategic plan to expand into the Arabian Gulf Region, with 25 hotels targeted within 2010.

Recent SMART Expo Continues to Attract Overseas Property Investors. See Photos!

Singapore SMART Expo Continues to Attract Investors. Onsite Deals Concluded by International Property Developers

Singapore to Lead Asia REIT Recovery on Bank Funding

Katrina Nicholas Bloomberg 06.04.2009

Oakwood undaunted by falling occupancy rate

Nalin Viboonchart The Nation 04.04.2009
Singapore to Lead Asia REIT Recovery on Bank Funding

Real estate investment trusts in Singapore and Australia will be the first in Asia-Pacific to recover from the economic slowdown on their ability to secure funding from banks, according to a new survey.

Oakwood undaunted by falling occupancy rate

Serviced-apartment management firm Oakwood Asia Pacific has continued its business expansion in the region despite declining occupancy rates in several Asia-Pacific countries.


maintenance-asia.com 03.04.2009

BMAM EXPO ASIA 2009 – The 2nd annual gathering and market place for suppliers to showcase their latest equipment, tools, technology and methods to highly targeted key engineering decision makers, maintenance professionals and building and facility owners across Asia.

Hard Rock to roll out more Asian hotels

HONG KONG (AFP) — The head of Hard Rock International said Tuesday the leisure firm was looking to expand its rock-and-roll themed hotel franchise across Asia despite the financial crisis.

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