Asia Pacific Research

Savills has earned an outstanding reputation for providing incisive commentary on the Asia Pacific property markets. In offering objective advice we enable you to make informed property related decisions and ensure your predefined goals are realised in full.

We supply regular intelligence to key developers on the commercial, retail and residential leasing and sales markets and advise multinational companies on their office requirements.

We undertake analysis of occupational costs for those wishing to examine their present and future accommodation overheads. Through detailed consultation with each client we can ascertain all key inputs and compile a thorough understanding of future space needs and location criteria.

We prepare monthly property market briefings for all the Asia Pacific markets we operate in order to assist decision makers in formulating effective strategies for leasing, purchasing or developing. Individual reports can be tailored to meet specific client needs.

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Singapore Residential Leasing Briefing Q2 2014

Singapore Residential Leasing Briefing Q2 2014

22 August 2014

The market faces increasing challenges as more supply enters the market over the next 2 years and owners’ resistance to lower tendered rents starts to crumble.

 
 
 
Da Nang Residential Briefing 1H 2014

Da Nang Residential Briefing 1H 2014

21 August 2014

In 1H/2014, there were no new villa and apartment projects. The villa stock was stable at 927 dwellings from 16 projects, unchanged since 2012. Compared with 2013, the primary market had 11 projects with 404 dwellings, down approximately - 2% and the secondary market had 16 projects with 523 dwellings, up 2 percent.

 
 
 
Guangzhou Office Briefing - Summer 2014

Guangzhou Office Briefing - Summer 2014

21 August 2014

Guangzhou’s Grade A office market remained stable, with city-wide vacancy rates registering a slight drop as no new supply was launched onto the market.

 
 
 
Guangzhou Residential Briefing - Summer 2014

Guangzhou Residential Briefing - Summer 2014

21 August 2014

The residential market began to see signs of a revival towards the end of the second quarter, as more developers resorted to price discounts to encourage home sales, combined with the government’s attempt to ease housing regulations.

 
 
 
Guangzhou Retail Briefing - Summer 2014

Guangzhou Retail Briefing - Summer 2014

21 August 2014

Retail rents remained stable in Q2/2014, however, rental gaps between key and emerging retail districts widened as prime retail districts remained the first choice for retailers entering Guangzhou.

 
 
 

Spotlight Sydney CBD Retail Q2/2014

21 August 2014

Sydney CBD remains on the radar for a number of large international retailers looking to open flagship stores in Australia. This will bolster Sydney’s reputation as a premium retail destination.

 
 
 

Da Nang Hotel Briefing 1H 2014

20 August 2014

In 1H/2014, there were 49 officially ranked three to 5-star hotels supplying approximately 5,360 rooms, up 12% against 2013. The additional supply came from the official ranking of four hotels: one 4-star hotel with 370 rooms and three, 3-star hotels with 186 rooms.

 
 
 

Da Nang Office Briefing 1H 2014

20 August 2014

In 1H/2014, Da Nang’s total office stock was approximately 68,300 m² from 20 buildings, decreasing slightly by -1% compared with 2013 when two small buildings were converted to internal use and removed from the market. Hai Chau district continues to be the main supplier, with approximately 55,700 m² from 17 projects, accounting for 81% market share.

 
 
 

Da Nang Retail Briefing 1H 2014

20 August 2014

The total retail stock as of 1H/2014 was approximately 129,000 m², down -5% compared with 2013, due to the closure of the Dragon Vinh Trung shopping centre in Thanh Khe district for renovations. In 1H/2014, modern retail centres existed in only three districts including Hai Chau with 39% share, Thanh Khe at 36% share and Cam Le with 25% share.

 
 
 
Tianjin Residential Briefing - Summer 2014

Tianjin Residential Briefing - Summer 2014

19 August 2014

Tianjin’s residential market saw substantial transaction volumes in the second quarter, mainly due to the cancellation of the quasi-hukou at the end of May.

 
 
 

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Simon Smith

Simon Smith

Senior Director
Research & Consultancy

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+852 2842 4573

 

Jack Tong

Jack Tong

Director
Research & Consultancy

Savills Two Exchange Square

+852 2842 4213