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Acquisition success varies in Japan as demand stays strong

As U.S. pension giant, TIAA, reportedly sets its sights on Japanese real estate, demand from foreign funds remains strong.

Hong Kong’s small floor spaces no problem for investors

Hong Kong’s flats might be tiny, but demand for them is huge, according to J






New era in European rental growth

Sky high competition means that picking an asset in a prime location and hoping it delivers the desired growth is no longer an option.






Free trade agreements and the impact on Australian industrial

Australia’s logistics and industrial property sectors are now poised to capitalise on recently concluded free-trade agreements with China, Japan and Korea.






Hong Kong residential property prices unsustainable

Hong Kong’s current residential property market is “abnormal and a result of the Government’s cooling measures,” according to JLL Managing Director for Hong Kong, Joseph Tsang.






The remarkable growth of Romanian real estate

Romania is attracting international developers and investors who believe that the Central Eastern European (CEE) state is at a turning point.