Four New Ultra-Luxury Condo Projects Launched in Bangkok over Q1
The Bangkok condominium market has continued to see new projects launched in the first quarter of this year. This shows developers have remained confident in demand. However, higher selling prices in new projects are encouraging more condominium buyers to look for more affordable units in older buildings.
JLL attends World Economic Forum in East Asia
Experts gather in Jakarta and share live insight related to the theme, "Anchoring Trust in East Asia’s New Regionalism."
Cities Research Centre
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Demand for Real Estate in ASEAN Expected to Grow
Rising middle class, urbanisation and competitive labour costs will continue to benefit the region’s real estate markets.
JLL sponsors Thailand Property Awards 2015
The sponsorship reaffirms JLL's commitment to providing support to the property industry.
Yangon’s Office Boom Unlikely to Trigger Collapse in Rents
While Yangon’s total office stock stands at 139,000 square metres (NLA basis) with no buildings meeting international Grade A standards, there are more than 500,000 square metres of office space in the pipeline. However, rental growth is expected to continue over the next few years.
Continuing Hotel Development in Phuket
Phuket will continue to see a solid growth in new supply this year with 1,778 new rooms planned for completion by the year end. But the growth in demand is expected to keep pace.
Global Real Estate Forges Ahead
Economic and geopolitical headwinds may affect future growth prospects but, equally, 2015 offers the global real estate market upside potential on the back of a robust recovery in the U.S. economy, lower oil prices, quantitative easing in the Eurozone, a resurgence of India and 6% - 7% economic growth in China.
Global Commercial Real Estate Transaction Volumes Up Slightly in Q1
JLL’s preliminary numbers also show local market gains in Asia Pacific and declines in EMEA.