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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Nanjing Office Briefing - Winter 2014

Nanjing Office Briefing - Winter 2014

19 March 2015

Grade A office supply tripled in 2014 as three projects were handed over to the market. Despite this, rents moderately increased by 3.7% as demand remained stable.

 
 
 
Nanjing Retail Briefing - Winter 2014

Nanjing Retail Briefing - Winter 2014

19 March 2015

Due to limited shopping mall supply in 2014, Nanjing’s mid-range to high-end retail market saw vacancy rates fall, while rents increased by 12%.

 
 
 
Shenzhen Retail Briefing - Winter 2014

Shenzhen Retail Briefing - Winter 2014

19 March 2015

A significant amount of new supply is expected to enter the market in2015, causing an adjustment in Shenzhen’s shopping malls and leading to increasingly fierce competition.

 
 
 
Shenyang Office & Retail Briefing - 2H 2014

Shenyang Office & Retail Briefing - 2H 2014

19 March 2015

An influx of Grade A office supply has placed upward pressure on city-wide vacancy rates. Bargaining power in rental negotiations shifted to tenants, resulting in average rents falling in 2H/2014.

 
 
 
Taiwan Sales & Investment Briefing

Taiwan Sales & Investment Briefing

19 March 2015

A continuing conservative attitude in the local market and outward investment in overseas real estate made total sales in 2014 drop by 12.5% to NT$96.9 billion.

 
 
 
Tianjin Residential Briefing - Winter 2014

Tianjin Residential Briefing - Winter 2014

18 March 2015

In Q4/2014, due to the cancellation of HPRs and interest cuts for house loans by the Central Bank, Tianjin’s real estate market showed signs of recovery, with residential transaction volumes increasing.

 
 
 
Chongqing Residential Briefing - Winter 2014

Chongqing Residential Briefing - Winter 2014

18 March 2015

Residential transaction volumes rose for the third consecutive quarter, while average prices continued to fall.

 
 
 
Jinan Office Briefing - 2H 2014

Jinan Office Briefing - 2H 2014

18 March 2015

Jinan’s Grade A office market has witnessed a late start in terms of development, however 2014 marked a turning point with a rapid increase in stock – a trend expected to become more obvious in 2015.

 
 
 
Chengdu Office Briefing - Winter 2014

Chengdu Office Briefing - Winter 2014

17 March 2015

Vacancy rates have increased as a result of new supply and suppressed demand. As property owners continue to decrease rents city-wide, average rents fell to the lowest level seen in eight years.

 
 
 
Chongqing Office Briefing - Winter 2014

Chongqing Office Briefing - Winter 2014

17 March 2015

One new project was launched onto the market in Q4/2014, pushing city-wide Grade A office supply to over one million sq m. Although supply is trending upwards, vacancy rates continue to slide due to buoyant demand.

 
 
 

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Simon Smith

Simon Smith

Senior Director
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+852 2842 4573

 

Jack Tong

Jack Tong

Director
Research & Consultancy

Savills Two Exchange Square

+852 2842 4213