In a recent study of 300 urban areas around the world, global real estate services firm JLL has named the top-ranking 30 cities based on business activity and real estate investments.
JP Morgan Asset Management (JP Morgan AM) recently announced that it had acquired Aviva Investors’ real estate assets in Asia Pacific to help strengthen its stronghold in the region.
After doing business in Southeast Asia for nearly two decades Australia’s Cox Architecture has further entrenched itself in this region by opening a design studio in Kuala Lumpur.
Hong Kong is no longer the most expensive for employees to live and work in, as London has overtaken the Asian city for the first time in six years in the ranking of the top 12 global cities.
A group of real estate agents from Miami, Florida is planning a visit to China on the third week of October to attract a wealth of offshore Chinese investors.
Interior designer Jun Meng gives a playful twist to classic interiors.
Several luxury residential markets in the Asia-Pacific region experienced a sales slump in the second quarter, causing price growth to stall in certain cities, according to property consultancy firm JLL.
Renowned serviced residences owner and operator The Ascott Limited, a wholly-owned unit of Singapore’s CapitaLand, recently announced that it has surpassed 35,000 units, spanning 82 cities in 24 countries, since gaining its latest settlements in China.
International property consulting firm JLL looks to expand its residential business in Southeast Asia with the opening of its latest office in Kuala Lumpur.
No Asian city ranks among the top ten most expensive cities for expatriates in the world in the latest survey conducted by London-based consultancy firm ECA International.
The serviced residences sector is becoming increasingly popular among investors and clients in several Asia-Pacific markets, where developers and operators are expanding their reach in the niche segment.
The People’s Bank of China (PBOC) is persuading lenders and financial institutions to accelerate the housing loan process especially for first-home buyers to alleviate the cooling Chinese property market.
Several international real estate firms are betting on the Asia-Pacific region for growth and global expansion.
The annual Cities in Motion Index, released by the IESE Graduate Business School at University of Navarra, has named Tokyo as the world’s smartest city for the third consecutive year.
Seven cities in East and South Asia, the Middle East and Australia make up more than half of ‘World City X-factor Ranking’, according to real estate consultancy firm Savills.
London has again been highlighted as the preferred investment destination for the global elite, but is set to face completion from major Asian cities over the coming years.
All roads lead to Shanghai as the Chinese city holds two major design exhibitions in upcoming months.
Nick and Christian Candy, the billionaire brothers behind the successful Candy & Candy firm, are planning a global expansion of their luxury brand by investing in top-tier and emerging cities worldwide.
Where to find the best rental yields in Bangkok, a sagging Singapore market and the World’s Most Dynamic Cities in this week’s Market round-up.
Projections for 2014’s prime residential market; expectations for private property in Singapore; and India’s branded residences in this week’s Market round-up.