Two recent investor surveys reveal the growing appeal of value-added strategies in the region. Their appeal comes against the backdrop of waning interest in real estate by Asian institutional investors.
Family offices and ultra-high net worth investors are bullish on the market this year, following a bumper year in 2023. This is in contrast to institutional investors, who continue to dump property.
As investors gear up to dump the sector this year, offices are likely to bear the brunt. If they sell, they will have to be prepared to drop prices, according to experts.
A central database of the world’s 100 largest family offices, compiled by the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute, will go live in Q1 of 2024.
Has the retail property market finally bottomed out? Investor flows and industry experts suggest the sector could be set for a comeback.
Recent bank failures have shifted the risk-reward profile of real estate debt, as investors in Asia pile in.
Mirae Asset hires former BlackRock executive for China role; Ex-HKMA chief joins Web3 institute; GPIF's former RE head joins CapitaLand; Janus Henderson hires sales management director; Aviva Investors hires for APAC client team; and more.
Asia's cash-rich HNWIs, anticipating growth, are using strong cash positions to seek out good deals, according to industry experts.
Allocations jumped nearly a third last year, bucking the falling trend in the sector by institutional investors in the region and beyond.
The only cross-border flows into Hong Kong commercial property this year have come from China, while local investors have been buying more overseas real estate, amid the recent turmoil.
Japanese property proves appealing for overseas investors, while for Asian institutions, there’s no place like home for real estate opportunties, new studies indicate.
Economic turbulence in 2011 did not prevent the number of ultra-wealthy climbing 7% last year, with emphasis shifting to the East, finds a World Wealth report set to be issued today.