As international investors flock to multifamily residential properties in Japan, opportunities are still too good to pass up despite increasingly competitive demand.
While there has been a drop-off in investment activity from investors based in the US and Europe into Asian real estate, Japan is bucking the trend, according to industry experts.
Vietnam's factory, logistics, and residential segments offer promise, while high interest rates and poor risk-reward ratios have dampened interest in regional peers.
The departure of the Canadian fund’s Greater China real estate head comes amid growing fears of a mainland property crisis and tension between Ottawa and Beijing.
The US-based asset manager plans to ramp up hiring in the region as it tailors offerings to meet demand from family offices as well as enhance its alternative asset capabilities.
Neighbours to the south of China will benefit from a number of positive trends taking place, family office investors tell AsianInvestor.
The executive has announced his decision to step down later this year after more than six years at the Dutch pension fund’s Hong Kong office.
Rising levels of distressed sales in China’s property sector paint a distorted picture of the sector’s woes, according to investors and advisers.
Allocations to regional real estate halved in the first three months of 2023, with those to China down one-third.
The creation of a custom index tracking publicly listed niche real estate sectors show an interest for more specific investments and an active approach within a passives strategy.
AsianInvestor is pleased to announce the results of this important category on day 3 of the awards announcements.
After a challenging 2022, chief investment officer of one of China's largest life insurers says opportunities have returned to China's real estate and stock markets in 2023.