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Vacancy rate in the Czech Republic reached 5.7%

According to the Industrial Research Forum, at the end of Q3 2015, the vacancy rate in the Czech Republic reached 5.7%, having decreased by 122 bps since Q2 2015. This represents a record-low vacancy rate level, previously recorded in the pre-crisis period. There is currently 315,000 sq m of modern industrial premises ready f...
Thursday, 5. November 2015

Robust growth in global real estate investment as US dominates

Despite increased stock market volatility, uncertainty of events in China and the Middle East as well as the approaching return of US monetary tightening, real estate investors have delivered another robust year of rising volumes and values, according to annual research out today from Cushman & Wakefield.
Monday, 5. October 2015

Global house price boom continues

The world’s housing markets continue to surge, and the boom now includes Europe, North America, and some parts of Asia. Of the five strongest housing markets in our global survey, three are in Europe (Ireland (+10.81%), Estonia (+8.99%) and Iceland (+6.19%)) while the other two (Hong Kong (+16.43%) and the Philippines (+6.61%...
Thursday, 17. September 2015

Domestic tourism boosts Israel’s hotel sector

Despite Israel’s ongoing geo-political instability the country’s hotel sector has cause for optimism, according to a report from global hotel consultancy HVS. With a number of new properties due to open over the next four years and leisure destinations in the country remaining relatively resilient, international hotel chains ...
Sunday, 9. August 2015

Real Estate non-bank lending to expand in Asia Pacific

Following the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), real estate bank lending in Asia Pacific significantly moderated due to key factors: international regulators implementing stricter capital requirements on bank lending such as the Basel III framework, and cooling measures imposed by domestic authorities to curb rapidly rising prop...
Sunday, 19. July 2015

The CPG sector's problems are the logistics providers opportunities

The consumer packaged goods (CPG) sector is a giant with global sales exceeding $550bn. The markets that make up this global sector are diverse in character and research for Ti’s latest report, Global CPG Logistics 2015, has identified the key differences between them.
Sunday, 5. July 2015

Australia’s real estate market a magnet for chinese capital

Chinese investors were the second largest buyers of commercial property in Australia by close of the first quarter of 2015, behind Singapore and surpassing the US, with one-quarter of the total US$4 billion of Chinese overseas investments in Q1 2015 going towards Australian properties. Chinese investors accounted for one-thir...
Wednesday, 1. July 2015

London remains world´s most expensive office market

London's West End continued to be the world's highest-priced office market but Asia dominated the world's most expensive office locations, accounting for four of the top five markets, according to CBRE Research's semi-annual Global Prime Office Occupancy Costs survey.
Monday, 22. June 2015

Asia self-storage set for rapid expansion

Whilst already mature and developed in the US, UK and Australia, the self-storage industry is rapidly expanding in Asia, fulfilling market demand for more storage space. CBRE reveals that consumer demand is strong, due to a range of drivers such as disruptive life events, urbanization and changes in business activity, with ci...
Thursday, 18. June 2015

Q1 2015 global property markets: Europe's boom continues

The global house price boom continues ever more strongly. House prices rose in 25 of the 38 world's housing markets which have so far published housing statistics during the year to Q1 2015, using inflation-adjusted figures. The more upbeat nominal figures, more familiar to the public, showed house price rises in 31 countries...
Wednesday, 17. June 2015

Asian cities are the most attracting markets for international brands

Tokyo is the world’s hottest city for new retailer expansion, attracting 63 new retail brands, according to the latest report by global property advisor CBRE, “How Global is the Business of Retail?”. Singapore follows Tokyo with 58 new retail brands and Abu Dhabi saw the arrival of 55 new retail brands, ranking the city in th...
Thursday, 4. June 2015

GOPPAR forecasts vary across Europe and MENA markets

Drilling down to the all important metric of gross operating profits per available room, or GOPPAR for short, hotels throughout Europe and MENA will experience varying levels of profits through 2017 according to the latest quarterly forecast data released by e-forecasting and HotStats.
Thursday, 4. June 2015