A snapshot from Q1 2016

Check out the video to find out why, after a volatile start to the year for real estate, there are brighter skies ahead

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A detailed breakdown of global cross-border capital flows Q1 2016

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Global retailers lock down prime window space

An increasing number of global retailers are flexing large capital to lock down prime window space.

Americas: Americas volumes down for first time in current cycle

JLL’s Sean Coghlan explains why commercial real estate transaction volumes are down in the U.S. on the back of wider market volatility.

Asia Pacific

Asia Pacific transaction volumes dip; Japan down, Australia up

Asia Pacific’s real estate transaction volumes in the first quarter of 2016 fell 5 percent from the same period a year earlier to US$23.7 billion

Asia Pacific: APAC volumes down in Q1 but markets shine through

JLL’s Dr. Megan Walters explains which markets have performed well, despite a fall in commercial real estate transaction volumes in Asia Pacific during the first quarter of 2016.


South African investors snap up opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe

Political instability and the threat of a downgrade in sovereign bonds is encouraging investors to explore opportunities offshore.

EMEA: How Middle Eastern investors are making returns in the UK

JLL’s Fadi Moussalli explains how Middle Eastern real estate investors are finding value off the beaten track

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