JLL sponsors Thailand Property Awards 2015
The sponsorship reaffirms JLL's commitment to providing support to the property industry.
Cities Research Centre
Find out where Bangkok is positioned among world's 300 commercial real estate markets on JLL Cities Research Centre.
JLL Named to FORTUNE Magazine's 2015 Most Admired Companies List
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.
Improved Connectivity Benefiting Hotels on Koh Samui
Samui’s tourism sector is set to improve with the Civil Aviation Department’s granting for Samui Airport to increase its flight capacity from 36 to 50 flights per day late last year.
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.
Cautiously Optimistic Outlook for Bangkok Property Market in 2015
Whilst the ongoing dim economic outlook has overshadowed prospects in the Bangkok property market, JLL expects the market in 2015 to perform better than last year.
Hotel Sales in Asia Pacific Forecast to Grow 15% in 2015
JLL’s hospitality experts project that global hotel transaction volumes will reach an eight-year high of between US$65 to US$68 billion in 2015. Investment activity in Thailand is expected to remain robust.