JLL Appointed to Handle Sale of Royal Phuket Marina
One of Phuket’s landmark developments, Royal Phuket Marina, has been placed on the market. As exclusive advisor, JLL will handle the sale through an expression of interest campaign closing September 2016.
Thailand Ranks 38th in Global Real Estate Transparency Index 2016
The country has seen continued improvement in transparency scores over the past decade.
Brexit: APAC’s Winners and Losers in Real Estate
Real estate investment deal flow may slow but Asia Pacific markets may become more competitive
What Happens Next After the UK's Vote to Leave the EU?
JLL UK CEO & head of Residential research comments on implications of Brexit on UK property market.
Land and Buildings Tax Should Have More Positive Than Negative Impact
The new tax policy should promote a more efficient use of land and real estate and thus benefit the country’s property industry in the long run.
JLL Named a Top Attractor Company by LinkedIn
The 433+ million members of LinkedIn have voted with their actions and selected JLL (NYSE:JLL) as one of the top companies in the world at attracting and keeping top talent.
Non-Prime Grade Office Buildings Must Boost Competitiveness
As more and more occupiers choose to relocate to new, higher-quality office buildings, owners of older non-prime grade buildings are choosing to adopt different strategies to ensure competitiveness and retain tenants.
The New Challenge of Housing Asia’s Aging Population
With Asia-Pacific’s elderly population expected to swell by almost five times by 2050 and family dynamics changing fast, the region is facing tough new challenges in how to house and care for the older generation.
Bangkok 18th Most Attractive Destination for international retailers
Bangkok ranks eighteenth in terms of international retailer attractiveness, just ahead of Las Vegas, says The Destination Retail 2016, a new report from real estate consultant JLL. The report also reveals that Asia boasts five out of the ten most appealing destinations for international retailers globally.
SEA Retail Cities
Southeast Asian cities are growing faster than in many parts of the world. Increased urbanisation, rising middle class and competitive labour costs are some of the factors which impact many aspects of the economies, including the Food & Beverages industry. Find out how the F&B consumer expectations are also changing in the main cities in SEA by downloading our SEA Retail Cities publication.
Pop-ups and Mobile Food Trucks Adding Diversity to Bangkok’s Retail Market
The mobility of these 'restaurants without tenants' means that any empty spaces could be easily converted to food halls and indoor markets.
Strong Demand for Office Space in New Projects
New office development projects in Bangkok slated to open later this year are experiencing strong pre-commitment levels. Healthy demand in new projects is being driven by large occupiers seeking to expand their office footprint, but being faced with limited options in existing buildings that are either fully or nearly fully occupied.
Technology and its Deep Impact on Real Estate
Technological advances have always brought changes to the real estate industry. The fast-growing trend of owners, investors and occupants or end users selling, buying or renting real estate online exemplifies the case.
Asia Benefitting from China’s Growing Travel Bug
China’s residents are travelling overseas in record numbers despite slowing economic growth at home – and this is helping to boost retail and hotel sectors in Asia.
Optimism Rising in Thai Hospitality Sector
While political turmoil in 2013 and 2014 hit the hospitality sector hard in Thailand, 2015 brought renewed optimism and a record 29.9 million international travelers to its shores.
How do Europe’s Football Stars Stack Up Against Property?
As football fans from around the world flock to France for the UEFA Euro 2016 championship, how much are some of the region’s best-known football stars worth compared to real estate values in their home nations?
Industrial Revolution 4.0: The Impact on Real Estate in Southeast Asia
Find out how the Fourth Industrial Revolution will impact the real estate sector in Southeast Asia.
Phuket’s West Sands Resort Attracts Strong Investor Interest
Investors from Singapore, Hong Kong and Mainland China show the strongest interest.
Thailand Property Awards 2016 Take Off
An internationally recognised celebration of the country’s real estate achievements, the Thailand Property Awards 2016 have already begun accepting nominations from developers and the general public. JLL is a gold sponsor.
Office Rents Soften in most Southeast Asian Cities
Office rentals in most Southeast Asian cities declined in the final quarter of 2015 in line with an economic slowdown across the ASEAN region. The Bangkok office market registered strongest growth.
Cities Research Centre
Find out where Bangkok is positioned among world's 300 commercial real estate markets.