Brexit

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Foreign investors take long-term view of the UK in 2019

Brexit might be dominating headlines in the UK now, but the political uncertainty isn’t deterring international investors who are taking a longer-term view.

Global capital shows its commitment to London

International investors remain focused on the UK in a show of confidence in the market.

How China is growing its economic influence in the Middle East

China is becoming a major player in UAE real estate, driven by tourism and the Belt & Road Initiative.

The road to African real estate growth?

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has arrived in Sub-Saharan Africa, bringing the prospect of significant capital flows, improved trading opportunities and economic growth. How will it impact real estate?

Hotels

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Why the shifting hotel landscape is impacting management agreements

Owners and operators of hotels are changing how they negotiate and implement management agreements.

Abode Gungahlin

Offering 61 upscale accommodation units in the northern suburb of Gungahlin the Abode Gungahlin provides five different room types, all of which […]

Industrial

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Global capital commits to India’s evolving logistics and warehousing sector

A recent series of mega deals in India’s industrial and logistics space has attracted global investor interest.

Online groceries make cold storage a cool buy for investors

Australia is living up to its reputation as one of the biggest online spenders in the world, fuelling a surge in demand for cold storage warehouses.

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PropTech predictions: What’s in store for 2019

Property technology or ‘PropTech’ had a banner year in 2018, both in adoption and funding. Will it continue?

Downward shift in interest rate expectations grabs spotlight

What does the shift in expectations mean for the real estate market?

Office

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Tech firms to outpace finance in Beijing office market

Beijing’s fast-growing technology firms are leasing space at a faster rate than the finance sector.

Top 10 U.S. markets best positioned for coworking growth

Check out the top 10 markets in the U.S. that are most likely to see an uptick in flexible office real estate.

Residential/Multifamily

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Hong Kong house prices could fall at least 15% in 2019 on back of trade war

If current trade tensions worsen, and the stock market continues to slide, house prices will suffer.

Can UK PRS replicate the success of student housing?

The UK’s private-rented sector is charting a similar growth path to student housing amid burgeoning interest.

Retail

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Appetite strong for food & beverage in King Street Wharf deal

Sydney’s popular waterfront dining strip King Street Wharf has sold, a sign of healthy investor appetite for retail assets with strong food and beverage offerings.

The four ways fast food consolidation impacts commercial real estate

Major M&A has been shaking things up in the fast food world, signaling change for real estate investors.

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