Latest data from Singapore shows that demand for new residential properties has fallen in June 2012 for the second consecutive month. Sales volume for private residential units went down by 20 per cent.
Taking a look at the recent Asia Pacific GDP growth statistics you could be forgiven for thinking that there are storm clouds on the horizon. All the major countries in the region have had their GDP forecasts revised downwards.
Singapore has experienced a shift in capital over the past five years, with more money flowing into non-residential strata properties as investors start to view them as an alternative to residential properties.
Thailand's Sriracha Construction Plc (SCC), an engineering contractor firm specialising in piping fabrication, mechanical equipment installation and structural steel construction, will start trading its...
Over the past five years, Bangkok has welcomed 1.25 million square meters of new retail space, an increase of nearly 25 per cent, bringing the Thai capital much closer towards its goal of being a shoppers’ paradise.
The news about the growth of the Philippine economy is also positively affecting the Philippine property market. Heightened confidence is expected to fuel the growth of property-related demand in the short- to medium-term.
Currency movements can make a significant effect on real estate returns, especially with the Euro area continuing to cause uncertainty in global markets. Property experts take a look at ten Asia Pacific office markets.