According to new data by global real estate consulting firm JLL, commercial real estate investment activity in Asia Pacific declined by 30% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2023, as total investment activity in the region reached $27 billion.
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 JLL's Asia Pacific Hotel Investment Highlights Report for 2H 2022, investment volumes are projected to increase by 14% year-on-year as normalcy returned to the market with the resumption of broad leisure and business travel in the region.
According to global property consultant CBRE, following a strong global economic recovery in 2021 and early 2022, macroeconomic headwinds are raising fears of a broad-based downturn as central banks address persistent high inflation.
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