Asia Pacific Research

Savills Research and Consultancy aims to offer objective advice to clients in order to help them make well informed real estate related decisions and realise pre-defined goals. We publish many publications from our global team. Here are a selection of publications from the Asia Pacific region.

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Asia Pacific Hotel Sentiment Survey 2H 2017
02 October 2017

The APAC market anticipates furthur rate compression in most of the Southeast Asia markets, with the exception of Vietnam. The hotel performance outlook in North Asia and Australia is more optimistic, with expected stability in both average daily rates and occupancy.

 

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Quarter Time National Industrial Q3/2017

16 October 2017

Leasing, sales and construction data plus a comprehensive overview of market indicators including rents, outgoings, investment yields and capital values.

 
 
 

Quarter Time National Retail Q3/2017

16 October 2017

Leasing, sales and construction data plus a comprehensive overview of market indicators including rents, outgoings, investment yields and capital values.

 
 
 

Quarter Time National Office Q3/2017

12 October 2017

Key benchmarks, economic drivers and trends for the office market, covering CBD’s and periphery markets across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane Perth, Adelaide and Canberra.

 
 
 
Tokyo Residential Leasing Briefing - Q3 2017

Tokyo Residential Leasing Briefing - Q3 2017

11 October 2017

Mid-market asking rents continue their slow but steady ascent. If the recent growth trend persists, rents in the central five wards may surpass their 2008 levels sometime in 2018.

 
 
 
Tokyo Residential Leasing Briefing - Q3 2017

Tokyo Residential Leasing Briefing - Q3 2017

10 October 2017

Mid-market asking rents continue their slow but steady ascent. If the recent growth trend persists, rents in the central five wards may surpass their 2008 levels sometime in 2018.

 
 
 
Beijing Retail 2H 2017

Beijing Retail 2H 2017

04 October 2017

Retail sales in Beijing continued to increase, up by 5.6% year-on-year (YoY) to RMB525.7 billion in the first half of 2017. Online retail sales also continued to record strong growth momentum, registering a 15.4% YoY increase to RMB94.9 billion, and accounting for 18.1% of total retail sales during the same period.

 
 
 
Chengdu Residential 2H 2017

Chengdu Residential 2H 2017

04 October 2017

Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, is China’s western economic centre. Benefitting from central government’s "Go West" policy launched in 2000, the city’s economy expanded greatly despite seeing a slowdown due to the global financial crisis and the Wenchuan Earthquake in 2008. Economic growth recovered thereafter then slowed in response to the nationwide economic slowdown from 2013 to 2015. Chengdu’s GDP increased by 8.2% year-on-year (YoY) to RMB611.1 billion i

 
 
 
Guangzhou Retail 2H 2017

Guangzhou Retail 2H 2017

04 October 2017

Guangzhou, known as the nation’s commodity trade centre, is home to the largest trade fair in China – "The Canton Fair". The Canton Fair is held twice a year and attracts merchants from around the world. These merchants and wholesalers fill up retail streets across the city, offering an array of goods and specialty items. The festival reflects the Guangzhou retail market’s ongoing significance.

 
 
 
Hong Kong Residential 2H 2017

Hong Kong Residential 2H 2017

04 October 2017

Several critical factors continue to propel Hong Kong’s residential market forwards including negative real interest rates, a buoyant Hang Seng Index, limited availability of stock and ample liquidity alongside attractive mortgage packages offered by banks. Volumes in the luxury (1,000 sq ft plus) bracket have picked up over the past quarter in both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon partly due to new project launches but equally to an active secondary market. Across the market as a whole, ho

 
 
 
Jakarta Residential 2H 2017

Jakarta Residential 2H 2017

04 October 2017

Jakarta is Indonesia’s economic powerhouse, priding itself on being the nation’s main commercial, political and business hub. Jakarta follows a similar trajectory to Indonesia’s GDP growth rate and has even historically maintained figures higher than Indonesia. Its annual GDP growth rate for the second quarter of 2017 sat at 5.96%, outperforming Indonesia’s result of 5.01%. Such performance is due in large part to the city’s improved household consumption in ligh

 
 
 

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