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"Japan remains attractive for investment, as Abe’s continued leadership reduces the likelihood of unexpected changes in policy and the BOJ has confi rmed monetary policy will remain somewhat stimulative."
"With investment capital becoming more global in its search for returns and diversification, the need for a standardised set of indicators to make sense Of opportunities, risk and return expectations has become critical."
"Tokyo continues to enjoy solid fundamentals. Average rents are moving steadily upwards while C5W rents continue to stride ahead, widening their premium over the average as convenient locations prove the most popular."
"The Tokyo office market has outperformed expectations in 2018 as rents have risen strongly and vacancy has continued to mark record lows. The outlook for property in 2019 is positive, though the macroeconomic environment is uncertain."
"In 2011, Jakarta Governor Fauzi Bowo issued an instruction to freeze new mall development permits effectively until 2012. The following Governor Joko Widodo applied a similar policy by strictly limiting mall developments in the capital city."
"Savills Vietnam market brief in six main sectors: Retail, Hotel, Apartment, Serviced Apartment, Office, Villas/Townhouse."
"Rental growth ended the year on a muted note with landlords and tenants often preferring to renew rather than face the cost of relocation."
"The private residential leasing market enjoyed another strong pickup in activity."
"The Japanese real estate market showed resilience in 2018, despite historically high office supply. Barring external shocks, Japanese real estate fundamentals should remain sound in 2019, even as an extended cycle and global economic uncertainty weigh on sentiment."
"Although latent demand is strong, the cooling measures have moderated the rate of sales and developers must now price with finesse according to their projects’ attributes."