Asia Pacific Research

Savills has earned an outstanding reputation for providing incisive commentary on the Asia Pacific property markets. In offering objective advice we enable you to make informed property related decisions and ensure your predefined goals are realised in full.

We supply regular intelligence to key developers on the commercial, retail and residential leasing and sales markets and advise multinational companies on their office requirements.

We undertake analysis of occupational costs for those wishing to examine their present and future accommodation overheads. Through detailed consultation with each client we can ascertain all key inputs and compile a thorough understanding of future space needs and location criteria.

We prepare monthly property market briefings for all the Asia Pacific markets we operate in order to assist decision makers in formulating effective strategies for leasing, purchasing or developing. Individual reports can be tailored to meet specific client needs.

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Beijing Sales & Investment Briefing - Spring 2018

Beijing Sales & Investment Briefing - Spring 2018

17 April 2018

Government encouragement of the residential leasing market has prompted institutional investors to acquire quality serviced apartment projects with the intention of project conversion to enter the long-term rental apartment market.

 
 
 

Quarter Time National Retail Q1/2018

17 April 2018

Leasing, sales and construction data plus a comprehensive overview of market indicators including rents, outgoings, investment yields and capital values.

 
 
 
Beijing Residential Leasing Briefing - Spring 2018

Beijing Residential Leasing Briefing - Spring 2018

16 April 2018

No new serviced apartments entered the market in Q1/2018 while China World Apartments closed temporarily to undergo renovations. The limited availability of stock saw average rents continue to edge up.

 
 
 

Quarter Time National Industrial Q1/2018

16 April 2018

Leasing, sales and construction data plus a comprehensive overview of market indicators including rents, outgoings, investment yields and capital values.

 
 
 
Beijing Residential Sales Briefing - Spring 2018

Beijing Residential Sales Briefing - Spring 2018

13 April 2018

First-hand, mass-market residential transaction volumes continued to hover at low levels in Q1/2018. Meanwhile, the land market remained robust both in terms of demand and supply.

 
 
 
Japan Logistics Spotlight - April 2018

Japan Logistics Spotlight - April 2018

09 April 2018

“The logistics industry continues to expand along with the steady growth of e-commerce. Large supply in Greater Osaka led to a significant divergence with the Greater Tokyo market in 2017; however, supply will rebalance to Tokyo in 2018 and beyond. Against this backdrop, a divergence of local demand within the Tokyo and Osaka markets is becoming more pronounced.”

 
 
 

Quarter Times Office Q1/2018

09 April 2018

Key benchmarks, economic drivers and trends for the office market, covering CBD’s and periphery markets across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane Perth, Adelaide and Canberra.

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q2 2017

Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q2 2017

03 April 2018

In Japan, sustained GDP growth, along with stable interest and exchange rates, have fostered a positive economic environment for real estate investment. Volumes remain low as aggressive pricing continues, but market fundamentalsare holding up stronger than expected in the face of Tokyo’s elevated supply pipeline. China is looking to prevent fi nancial risks by taking aim at its most prolifi coverseas acquirers and reviewing their debt fuelled buying sprees as well as clamping down on domestic fund raising practices while continuing to enforce strict capital controls. In Australia, yield and IRR benchmarks have breached previouslows amidst a pick-up in sales activity. Whether this represents an expensive point in the cycle, or valuebuying against fi xed interest returns, depends largely on purchasers’ point of view. In Hong Kon

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q3 2017

Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q3 2017

03 April 2018

Japan’s macroeconomy remains strong. Offi ce rental growth has been robust in the face of heavy supply, and pre-leasing for large new projects is proceeding much better than originally expected. PM Abe’s victory in an October snap election is supporting current market momentum. InSingapore, the enthusiasm of developers to replenish their residential land banks and the continued hunger for large investible grade commercial assets drove investment sales numbers towards levels not seen since 2013. Even athistorically rich valuations, Hong Kong's offi ce market is extremely active while investors in the retail marketare waiting for clearer signs of a turnaround beforecommitting. Investment activity in Korea continues to thrive despite the geopolitical headwinds and the economy grew at its fastest rate in more than&nb

 
 
 
Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q4 2017

Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly - Q4 2017

03 April 2018

Japan’s economic fundamentals are sound, and PM Abe’s political ground has been reaffi rmed. Given the stable macro climate, Japan’s real estate market is likely to maintain its current favourable momentum. Despite risinglocal fi nancing costs the Chinese investment markethas remained active. Investors are focused on secondary markets where lower per square metre valuations allow forfurther upside. Investment momentum in Hong Kong remained strong during the last quarter of 2017with the industrial market proving particularly popular.On the commercial front in Singapore, the lack ofinvestible grade office stock in the CBD means that investment sales have been scarce, but are very fully priced when they do occur. Increased demand for headquarters from domestic corporations, and increased prime assetavail

 
 
 

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