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The Savills Ski Resilience Index measures five metrics that provide a key indication to the resilience of 55 global resorts
"Renewed interest in Brisbane CBD assets in conjunction with the current low interest rate environment saw prime yields tighten further in the year to June 2018."
"Tenant demand has been steady and on the back of strong economic indicators, the vacancy rate is recorded at its lowest since 2008."
"Offshore investors are currently very active within Perth, picking up over half of the total value of recorded transactions in the past 12 months."
"Rental and capital growth continued with signs of upwards growth until the next development cycle nears completion in 2019/20."
"Supply reached a two-year high as developers rushed to reach their year-end targets; first-hand average transaction price exceeded RMB50,000 per sq m for the first time."
"The average price of new commodity housing fell under tightened regulations, pushing prices down across the city."
"Retailers are going all out to rise above the competition and create aesthetically-pleasing and consumer-engaging store fronts."
"Rental growth in regional office markets is strong as limited supply keeps vacancy rates tight and landlords are becoming more aggressive in negotiation. Rents are likely to continue to increase, but growth may slow as extremely low availability is limiting relocations."
"Shanghai and Beijing continue to lead Savills retailer index ranking in 2018, while Hangzhou and Changsha have both made a big move up. Looking ahead, diverging levels of maturity between different regions and the emergence of new retail technology is expected to bring new dynamics to the retail market."
"With the collective sales market hitting an air pocket, the investment sales market can only rely on commercial sales as a partial fillip."