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A benign interest rate outlook has increased investors' optimism about the Asia-Pacific market while localized stress points may offer opportunities.
In the age of big data, technology is becoming an essential tool for service providers and their real estate investment management clients, say experts at Alter Domus.
Benign interest rates with continued urbanization and economic growth, supports the case for Asia-Pacific real estate, say investors.
The built environment is undergoing rapid evolution across the world due to structural and macroeconomic trends. Brett Robson, head of real estate, tells PERE how MIRA Real Estate is adapting its business to stay ahead and stay competitive.
Hines' One Museum Place, Shanghai
Investors believe health and well-being initiatives are worthwhile, but find it hard to quantify any increase in value from these measures.
Building with heart-shaped lighting pattern
A decade has passed since the first GRESB Real Estate Benchmark, and despite substantial improvements in the sector’s performance, there is more to do.
Strong economic growth, the embracing of omni-channel retailing and the status of the shopping mall are among the reasons for the region’s retail resilience.
An election win for the business-friendly Coalition and the prospect of fiscal and monetary stimulus has put a fresh smile on the faces of real estate investors, our Australia roundtable says.
Investors want all buildings to be sustainable, but some property sectors are more difficult than others.
Concern about environmental, social and governance issues is global, but practices and priorities vary around the world.

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