Southeast Asian property market seen buoyant in 2014

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Medini-iskandarIn the run-up to the Asia Property Awards, a key event for the industry in the region, experts are upbeat on the potential of the real estate market in several core countries.

Despite political turmoil, Thailand’s property market continues to draw strong domestic and international interest and the ninth edition of the Thailand Property Awards will feature 26 categories, with the number of nominations expected to match or even exceed those achieved in 2013, according to the organisers.

Malaysia, meanwhile, has been named by analysts as “the” property market to watch in 2014, and the Philippines real estate sector also continues to grow at an impressive rate. Nominations are open for Property Awards in both of these countries.

“Adding Malaysia to the list of country events this year makes perfect sense as the quality of properties on offer there is continually on rise,” said Terry Blackburn, CEO, Ensign Media Ltd, organisers of the awards.

“We are also confident that this year’s Philippines Property Awards will build on the success of the inaugural event in 2013, and that all three national events will provide a strong list of entries for the South East Asia Property Awards event in Singapore, which will be held in October.”

Looking further north, Knight Frank’s Greater China Property market outlook suggests that markets will continue to edge up in first-tier cities through 2014. With such on-going growth forecasts, the inaugural China Property Awards also looks set to draw an impressive list of entries, with categories covering Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Hainan, Chongqing, Hong Kong and Macau.

Categories of the award (here for Malaysia):

Best Developer
Best Boutique Developer
Best Residential Architectural Design
Best Commercial Architectural Design
Best Landscape Architectural Design
Best Hotel Architectural Design
Best Residential Interior Design
Best Affordable Condo Development
Best Commercial Development (Office)
Best Commercial Development (Retail)
Best Condo Development
Best Housing Development
Best Luxury Condo Development
Best Residential Development
Best Residential Development
Best Villa Development

Dates:

Malaysia Property Awards, May 30, 2014, Kuala Lumpur
Philippines Property Awards, July 29, 2014, Manila
Thailand Property Awards, September 18, 2014, Bangkok
South East Asia Property Awards, October 16, 2014, Singapore
China Property Awards, September 18, 2014 Hong Kong

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In the run-up to the Asia Property Awards, a key event for the industry in the region, experts are upbeat on the potential of the real estate market in several core countries.

Reading Time: 2 minutes

Medini-iskandarIn the run-up to the Asia Property Awards, a key event for the industry in the region, experts are upbeat on the potential of the real estate market in several core countries.

Despite political turmoil, Thailand’s property market continues to draw strong domestic and international interest and the ninth edition of the Thailand Property Awards will feature 26 categories, with the number of nominations expected to match or even exceed those achieved in 2013, according to the organisers.

Malaysia, meanwhile, has been named by analysts as “the” property market to watch in 2014, and the Philippines real estate sector also continues to grow at an impressive rate. Nominations are open for Property Awards in both of these countries.

“Adding Malaysia to the list of country events this year makes perfect sense as the quality of properties on offer there is continually on rise,” said Terry Blackburn, CEO, Ensign Media Ltd, organisers of the awards.

“We are also confident that this year’s Philippines Property Awards will build on the success of the inaugural event in 2013, and that all three national events will provide a strong list of entries for the South East Asia Property Awards event in Singapore, which will be held in October.”

Looking further north, Knight Frank’s Greater China Property market outlook suggests that markets will continue to edge up in first-tier cities through 2014. With such on-going growth forecasts, the inaugural China Property Awards also looks set to draw an impressive list of entries, with categories covering Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Hainan, Chongqing, Hong Kong and Macau.

Categories of the award (here for Malaysia):

Best Developer
Best Boutique Developer
Best Residential Architectural Design
Best Commercial Architectural Design
Best Landscape Architectural Design
Best Hotel Architectural Design
Best Residential Interior Design
Best Affordable Condo Development
Best Commercial Development (Office)
Best Commercial Development (Retail)
Best Condo Development
Best Housing Development
Best Luxury Condo Development
Best Residential Development
Best Residential Development
Best Villa Development

Dates:

Malaysia Property Awards, May 30, 2014, Kuala Lumpur
Philippines Property Awards, July 29, 2014, Manila
Thailand Property Awards, September 18, 2014, Bangkok
South East Asia Property Awards, October 16, 2014, Singapore
China Property Awards, September 18, 2014 Hong Kong

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