"Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly for Q2/2021 covers all major investment transactions of 16 cities in 10 countries around the region."
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"Despite the delay in travel bubble arrangements and with some of the countries in the region still struggling to expedite their vaccine rollouts, the APAC hotel market reported a strong fl ow of investment activity in Q2/2021."
"Savills Asian Cities report series for 1H/2021 covers 15 cities in 9 countries around the region. The reports take a more in-depth look at how selected property sectors are evolving in the current environment and their future prospects."
"Greater KL will see the completion of 13 new malls in the next three years,adding at least 8.9 million sq ft to the market – more than half of which is to be completed this year in 2021."
"Positive news regarding global vaccination programs and travel bubble arrangements have substantially improved investor sentiment. However, this positivity is yet to be reflected in the hotel market transaction volume this quarter."
"Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly for Q1/2021 covers all major investment transactions of 17 cities in 11 countries around the region."
"Savills Asia Pacific Real Estate Investment Country Guide covers 13 countries around the region including Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, UK and US."
"Prime office rental markets in most cities entered a down cycle in 2H/2020, with rental movements ranging from -9.4% (Hong Kong) to +1.5% (Shanghai). "
"Asia Pacific Investment Quarterly for Q4/2020 covers all major investment transactions of 15 cities in 9 countries around the region."
"Regional performance has been tepid due to the absence of big players, but some markets are showing signs of improvement."