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A detailed look at the legal sector and its real estate requirements across the Asia Pacific region. The report includes an exclusive survey of international law firms as to their motivators behind real estate decisions and how, in a number of countries, they are adapting to the changing regulatory
The Knight Frank Outlook for Key Asian Cities covers the residential, office and retail sectors of Beijing, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo.
This report considers the health of the market for branded residences, the potential for premium pricing and the outlook for the sector.
Nicholas Holt examines the background, the challenges and possible impacts of the creation of a single market with free movement of goods, services, foreign direct investment and skilled labour.
The Indonesian economy rebounded strongly with GDP growth reaching 6.1% in 2010 as part of the global economic recovery. Market activities in all property sectors showed positive growth on the back of conducive economic conditions and the global economic recovery.
This report highlights market conditions in the residential zoned englobo land sector.
This is a bi-annual report which focuses on the key trends and performance of Bangkok Serviced Apartment market. The report looks at current supply and occupancy levels and provides a market outlook.
This quarterly publication focuses on the primary residential markets across 20 of China's main cities. The report provides key statistics on price trends, the volume of property for sale in each city and provides an update on the government's housing policy.
The Hong Kong luxury sector, supported by sustained demand from cash-rich end-users and long-term investors,registered a number of record-breaking transactions last month.
Surge in supply and sustained demand push up December sales
The success of last year's 2010 Asian Games—held during 12–27 November—has greatly benefitted Guangzhou on many levels, including macroeconomic, town planning and property-market development.