Commercial real estate investment in Asia Pacific in 2022 declined by 27% year-on-year as a tightening interest rate cycle and global macroeconomic uncertainties influenced decision-making.
According to the recent CBRE Global Seaport Review, a 36.5% jump in international shipping container volumes over the past decade is driving strong demand for logistics space near seaports.
According to CBRE's latest Asia Pacific Live-Work-Shop Report, while the adoption of hybrid work continues to have a major influence on where consumers are choosing to work and live, more people in Asia Pacific are actually planning to move closer to city centers.
According to international property consultant Knight Frank, prime residential rents continue to rise but the rate of growth is slowing. Across ten global cities luxury rents increased 10.2% on average in the 12 months to Q3 2022, down from a high of 11.9% in Q1 2022.
According to CBRE's latest 'Asia Pacific Sustainable City Ranking' report, cities in Japan and Australia are the most resilient to environmental risks and Ho Chi Minh City is the most resilient emerging Asian market.
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