More and more international investors from Asia are targeting regional markets.
Overseas investors and property buyers are still being lured by the luxury properties in the United Kingdom, which is closely approaching the May 2015 election period.
Undeterred by patchy global economic performance international real estate investors will likely increase their investments over the next 12 months with London, New York and Paris being top favorites, Colliers International’s 2015 Global Investor Sentiment Report says.
Fuelled by the growing number of overseas investors in key Asian markets, many international firms and brands are placing their bets on the region.
As some Asian markets experience temporary slump in their domestic property sectors, several offshore investors from the region continue to splurge on real estate purchases around the globe.
UK-based Redrow Homes London will, this weekend, launch its latest London-based high-end residential development, 205 Holland Park Avenue, in Singapore.
The recent announcement that Spain is set to introduce a new property investment law granting visas to non-European Union citizens who invest more than EUR500,000 (US$651,700) in real estate could signal the emergence of another appetising investment destination for wealthy Asian buyers. While Asia’s ever-increasing population of High Net Worth Individuals continue to purchase startlingly [...]
Redrow Homes London has announced its sales launch in Singapore on February 18 and 19 of One Commercial Street, a mixed-use development set within a prominent 21 storey tower, incorporating over 200 residential units set above Aldgate East tube station, East London. The development will feature spectacular views across London’s historic skyline and over 100,000 [...]
Asian investors accounted for £1.7 billion (US$2.67 billion) worth of transactions in Central London’s office investment market during 2011, compared to £668 (US$1.08 million) in 2010; a 150 per cent increase, according to Jones Lang LaSalle. Total investment volumes in the Central London office market reached £10.8 billion (US$16.92 billion) in 2011. International buyers represented [...]
The continually jittery global markets have made Western property investors cautious and are now being replaced by Asian expats who are snapping up mid-tier condominium developments in Phuket. This trend has also been picked up on by Knight Frank Chartered Co., a property consultancy firm, who is saying that the emerging buyers are largely Indian, [...]
A new study into the prospects for Vietnam’s property market has handed the country a mixed report card, according to the website of Vietnam Business News. According to the latest report on “Southeast Asia Investment Opportunity” released this month by property adviser DTZ, Vietnam is on the radar screens of foreign investors despite a number [...]
Because of its urban appeal, and political and economic stability Singapore is now one of Asia’s favorite investment destinations. According to Ebeling Heffernan, a leading public market consultancy company Asian investors from Indonesia, China, Thailand and India are the top foreign buyers in Singapore. According to a report from Singapore’s Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) 1,706 [...]
Asian property developers are being draw to Australia’s second most populous city, Melbourne due to growing opportunities.