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Australia and New Zealand are mature, transparent markets attracting overseas interest.
The country has become one of Asia’s relatively few developed real estate markets and a target for core funds.
As Asia-Pacific’s largest economy and its major engine of growth, China is an essential part of global institutional investors’ portfolios.
India’s strong demographics and growth prospects have made it a significant target for some of the world’s largest private real estate investors.
Singapore dominates, but Indonesia and Malaysia deserve a closer look as well.
Hong Kong’s economy has been assailed from all sides in the past 12 months and even its famously resilient real estate market has been under extreme stress.
Japan has Asia’s largest stock of core real estate and is in demand from global investors looking for stable cashflows.
Three of real estate’s most institutionalized sectors are facing long-term, structural headwinds. ‘Niche’ strategies, meanwhile, are pushing into the mainstream.
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This is the second senior resignation in Blackstone’s real estate team in China in the past month, following country head Tim Wang.
The first nine months of 2020 were the lowest year-on-year global fundraising period in the past five years, according to newly released PERE data.

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