After two consecutive quarters of declines, investment in global commercial real estate has picked up.
Ho Chi Minh City ranked 3rd out of 22 cities in the Asia-Pacific for property investment in 2020, according to a report by PwC, as all asset classes in the southern commercial hub are recommended to be bought next year.
Spaces where companies can whip up food fast are expanding rapidly to meet the needs of hungry consumers.
From its growing middle class to its huge demand for infrastructure, the region will play a key role in the coming decades, says Simon Smith, Head of Asia-Pacific Research, Savills.
Mergers and acquisitions activity is growing across Asia Pacific's real estate market, a sign that institutional investors are continuing to increase their allocations to the industry. Vietnam has become an attractive destination for many foreign investors largely due to the country's friendly policies encouraging foreign direct investment (FDI), its political stability and strong economy. Furthermore, the country has been taking initiatives to improve its transparency to the next level, according to JLL's Global Real Estate Transparency Index. Vietnam remains one of the most favored destinations for foreign investment in South East Asia.
JLL reveals why different life stages each represent investment opportunities across Asia Pacific.
Asia-Pacific home to 19 of top 20 cities in sixth Index.
Southern city 19th out of 20 cities with most expensive premium office rents in the Asia-Pacific region.
Urbanisation and demographics continue to create opportunities for investors amid late-cycle environment.
Many investors are finding new ways in the race to diversify assets and reduce risks. Data centers seem to be the new trend that tops the list.