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"Despite high levels of supply expected for 2020, the Tokyo Olympics year, a strong tailwind of demand looks set to keep vacancy tight. Large-scale development projects are changing market dynamics, especially in Shibuya and Toranomon. As long as economic conditions remain favourable, Tokyo's office market could extend the current growth momentum."
"Mall owners continued to enhance their entertainment offerings. A look at tenant changes that occurred in 70 shopping malls throughout Shanghai in 2018 indicates that leisure and entertainment tenants have increased their shares in various retail areas and floors within the mall."
"Industrial rental market remains soft as trade war dims outlook."
"Tokyo condos continue to see steady increases in capital values, despite declines in contract rates. The polarisation of markets is likely to deepen."
"Condo prices in the Greater Tokyo area are rising steadily, driven by higher costs and lower borrowing rates. Although contract rates have declined, as long as the stable economic climate persists, prices are likely to inch up, or at least stay flattish, over the next few years."
"We expect that first-time local homebuyers and residential units selling for less than MOP8 million will continue to dominate the demand and supply sides of the residential market in 2019."
"The core tenant base in Beijing’s office market has shifted away from traditional sectors to the new tech frontier."
"Demand in Financial City was extremely strong, leading to a sharp decline in vacancy rates."
"Guangzhou’s office investment market was active in 2018, evidenced by the notable en-bloc sales transactions and increasing enquiry volume from both overseas and domestic institutional investors."
"The concept of co-living offers a solution for young urban professionals, millennials and expats who are looking for an enriching lifestyle, and becoming part of a close-knit community."