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Asia Pacific Region Enjoys Residential Market Price Increases Despite Economic Slowdown

In a puzzling scenario, some Asia Pacific countries are seeing prices rising in their home markets despite a global economic slowdown, according to the latest edition of Knight Frank's Asia Pacific Residential Review compiled by Nicholas Holt. His findings were posted in an online press release.

Malaysian developers show their mettle at property awards

Scoring at the Asia Pacific Property Awards proves that Malaysian properties are at par with other properties at the regional and global stage

Asia Pacific spearheads market recovery

Property Report 03.03.2011

Survey shows industrial markets in Asia-Pacific bottoming

Staff Writer Property Report 12.11.2009
Asia Pacific spearheads market recovery

The Asia Pacific region’s property market has come out of the global financial crisis in pole position. Singapore’s Institute of Surveyors and Valuers president, Lim Lam Yuan said the increased interest was due to emerging prime residential property opportunities for investment and an attractive market for developers. He commented that there were four reasons to invest in property in the region; diversification, globalisation, competitive yields and property expertise.

Survey shows industrial markets in Asia-Pacific bottoming

Colliers International’s latest bi-annual survey on the industrial real estate costs in Asia Pacific concluded that the industrial markets across the region are showing signs of bottoming after being hit by the global financial crisis in September 2008.

Promising investment destinations ready for discovery at MIPIM Asia

At this year’s edition of MIPIM Asia, a range of new property developments in Asia-Pacific will be presented and unveiled. Here is a short selection of some of the most promising projects and investment areas to be discovered at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from November 18-20.

Accor to open five new Mercure hotels in Asia

Accor, the largest operator of hotels and resorts in Asia Pacific, plans to expand the Mercure brand with five new hotels in China, Thailand, South Korea and India.

Relaxation of banks lending policies stimulated Asia Pacific sales

Colliers Intl. (Hong Kong) Property Wire 26.08.2009

Office assets in Asia Pacific continue to attract investors

Colliers Intl. (Hong Kong) Property Wire 31.07.2009
Relaxation of banks lending policies stimulated Asia Pacific sales

According to Colliers International's Asia Pacific Real Estate Investment Market Bulletin – 2Q2009, the overall investment sentiment in the region saw a distinct improvement in past quarter.

Office assets in Asia Pacific continue to attract investors

Encouraged by the recent flow of new government created liquidity and a re-bounding market optimism in the Asia Pacific region as compared to the start of 2009, some real estate investors have taken advantage of inexpensive financing costs by acquiring office assets in the hope for future capital gains.

Chinese Hold Buying Power

Press Release 28.05.2009
Century 21 Real Estate Continues Asia Pacific Expansion with the Launch of a Master Franchise in Thailand

RISMEDIA, June 15, 2009-Century 21 Real Estate LLC, the franchisor of the one of the world’s largest residential real estate sales organizations, has announced its expansion in Asia Pacific with the signing of a master franchise agreement to open CENTURY 21® franchises in Thailand. With this agreement, Kitisak Jampathipphong, is chief operating officer and master franchisor of the CENTURY 21 System for Thailand.

Chinese Hold Buying Power

Sydney, Australia, --(PR.com)-- Chinese investors will be the dominant player in the Asia Pacific investment market for 2009, according to leading property group Colliers International.

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