Ageing populations in the developed world mean an increasing focus on the provision of elder care and Asia Pacific is no exception.
Singaporean investors are making major inroads into the UK student housing market and other Asian investors could follow.
Indian shopping centres have become hot property as international investors target the sector.
Asia is home to the world’s sexiest residential developments, so we profile some of the hottest tower properties available in the region.
Ageing populations and increasing wealth around the region mean more investors are considering healthcare real estate.
Japan’s office market has been a strong performer and is a key target for core real estate capital, but those looking for higher returns need to roll their sleeves up.
The hyperscale data centre market in Asia Pacific is set for impressive growth, fuelled by rapidly increasing data usage across the region.
Japan has seen dramatic growth in overseas visitor numbers in recent years and this could revitalise the nation’s retail sector.
More and more occupiers are sitting in co-working spaces, but opinion remains divided on how much the latest incarnation of the office offers.
India’s logistics property sector remains relatively underdeveloped, but the potential remains huge and it is attracting overseas investment.
Retail landlords need to think quickly and laterally to thrive in China’s diverse and innovative retail market.
All over the world, residential property developers are looking to Asia to sell new homes.
If you want to find a gap in the market, listen to what people moan about in the pub.
Rising incomes and shrinking living space in the regions major cities means self-storage should have a bright future in Asia Pacific.
Tokyo remains the most popular destination for visitors to Japan, however regional cities are growing in popularity.
Growing foreign direct investment and a move up the value chain mean Vietnam’s industrial real estate sector has a bright future.
The rental housing sector in India and China has enormous potential for real estate investors, due to the scale of demand and government backing.
According to a Dell Technologies report, 85% of the jobs that will exist in 2030 have not been invented yet, which means landlords will have to think flexibly about future workspace.
Adverse sentiment towards European retail property could be an opportunity for brave investors who pick the right assets and locations.