One of Australia’s smaller cities, Adelaide still packs a punch as a centre for defence, resources and as a burgeoning tourism destination.
Tight supply and demand from new tenants are pushing office rents up in Singapore and attracting the interest of cross-border capital.
For investors in developing markets, security of title can be a nightmare.
The concept of resilience has become increasingly important in investing, with a major focus on climate change, nonetheless there is a multitude of other change risks: demographic, economic, political and technological.
Increasing institutional allocations to real estate and a lack of domestic opportunities is driving Korean investors into new structures and sectors.
The integration and development of the Greater Bay Area is possibly the most exciting real estate opportunity in China.
India’s logistics property sector remains relatively underdeveloped, but the potential remains huge and it is attracting overseas investment.