Trade tensions between the U.S. and China are driving increased real-estate investor interest to Southeast Asian countries, with Vietnam’s industrial sector a key focal point.
In an increasingly tight real estate market, more and more investors are finding value in adapting obsolete buildings.
Hong Kong industrial has drawn strong investment this year, backed by the relaunch of the government’s Revitalisation 2.0 scheme.
Australia’s largest superfund has made its first move into New Zealand, a sign of the country’s increasing appeal to overseas investors chasing stable, scalable real estate assets.
As demand for urban industrial space grows, on the back of the e-commerce boom, multi-storey warehouses are the next step in urban logistics.
Big box speculative development is picking up in the UK as developers see opportunity in the low supply and high demand market.
Logistics warehouse space in mainland China is projected to reach a record high in 2018.
Logistics has tpped investors’ lists as the most appealing commercial property type across the Asia-Pacific region, according to the latest Urban Land Institute/PwC report.
As the tit-for-tat trade dispute between the United States and China escalates, investors are looking to warehouses for the first signs of a direct impact on CRE.