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The fragmented Southeast Asian logistics real estate market offers long-term growth from a rising middle class and new manufacturing.
Real estate owners are increasingly setting net-zero goals. But the industry is behind schedule if it wants to decarbonize by 2050
It is tough for landlords to stay abreast of burgeoning ESG requirements, but failure to do so could be costly
Asset owners are beginning to explore the benefits of boosting nature, in the expectation of more regulation
Asia real estate is facing tough times. But the region’s underlying growth and diverse markets offer relatively more attractive opportunities than elsewhere.
Macroeconomic uncertainty may have put institutional real estate investors on hold, but many are poised to exploit market dislocation.
As institutional real estate investors get to grips with net zero, they are making more demands of their partners and operators.
Niche asset types have proliferated from under the real estate umbrella, which has changed how investors view the sector.
Institutional real estate investors are still focused on prime locations, but the office might look different going forward.
After a ‘wait-and-see’ period, political division and conflict in the region are set to drive capital westwards.