• Melbourne CBD Office

    Occupier Reports

    Property Insight Melbourne - Rising opportunities for CBD office occupiers

    Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to present its latest Australian Property insight "Melbourne: Rising opportunities for CBD office occupiers."
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  • Property Insight Australia

    Capital Market Reports

    Property Insight A tale of three cities

    Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to present its latest Australian Property insight "A tale of three cities".
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  • APAC office overiew cover

    Real Estate Market Reports

    Q4 Asia Pacific Office Overview 2016

    Cushman & Wakefield Research presents fourth quarter 2016 Asia Pacific Office Overview.  Read more

  • Asia Pacific Forecast Report 2017

    Real Estate Market Reports

    Asia Pacific Forecast Report - January 2017

    The year 2017 will inherit a healthy economy; hence, expect another year marked by continued strong occupier demand, healthy investor flows, and high transaction volume in Asia Pacific. In this report, we examine trends that will play a significant role in shaping the office market in 2017. Read more

  • Capital Market Reports

    Chartbook Market Indicators: December 2016

    In the third quarter of 2016, the Philippines outpaced many of its regional counterparts, as GDP expanded by 7.1% year-on-year. Services still provide the largest boost to growth, while the agricultural sector is slowly recovering. On the expenditure side, consumption also remains robust. Goods are getting slightly more expensive, but inflation remains well within BSP's targeted 2-4% range. The investment environment has become less active and more cautious, amidst concerns over the foreign policy direction of the new administration and recent global economic events. Businesses also share similar concerns, but consumers who generally feel safer and more confident about the Duterte administration's current performance are more optimistic. Read more

  • Real Estate Market Reports

    Manila Office Snapshot

     

    Office MarketBeat is a brief summary of the Office sector in key cities, providing comment on recent trends as well as market data and analysis of the impact on commercial real estate. Read more

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    Capital Market Reports

    Chartbook Market Indicators

    The Philippine economy improved by growing 6.9% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2016, as consumption remained robust and other sectors of the economy improved from a year ago. Inflation reached a recent high, though prices remain low, and policy rates have not changed. Investors took a wait-and-see approach due to the general elections in May, but foreign investments did improve. Business expectations for the second quarter of 2016 increased due to optimism about consumer, election, and tourist spending, while consumer expectations were more pessimistic. The third quarter outlook is more sanguine due to seasonal factors and an expected uptick in price levels. Read more

  • Singapore and the Region to Weather Post-Brexit Hangover

    Topical Reports

    Singapore and the Region to Weather Post-Brexit Hangover

    Global market was surprised by the Brexit vote last month. What does it mean for real estate investors, particularly the Singaporean retail investors and developers buying properties in UK? What about occupiers such as multi-national corporations currently using Singapore as a regional headquarters? What is the implications on the Singapore residential and commercial properties, as Singapore is typically more susceptible to external shocks than bigger economies in the region despite its safe-haven status? Read more

  • APAC Q1 2016 Office Overview

    Occupier Reports

    Asia Pacific First Quarter 2016 Office Overview

    Asia Pacific Q1 2016 commercial property key themes & 12-month outlook Read more

  • Occupier Reports

    APAC Regional Headquarters

    This report analyses the location considerations of Regional Headquarters (RHQs) in Asia Pacific This report analyses the location considerations of Regional Headquarters (RHQs) in Asia Pacific, segregated into four key sections: economic backdrop, key Asia Pacific hubs, relative strengths and characteristics of each office market and how being a location for RHQs has impacted real estate in these cities as well as the outlook on the changing nature of demand and how real estate dynamics will help shape future changes in economic and spatial structure. Read more

  • Topical Reports

    Co-Working In Singapore: Co-Creating A Smart Nation

    Singapore’s entrepreneurship scene just moved up one notch last year, with the Smart Nation initiative taking shape in an increasingly digitized world. Embarking on the journey to build the world’s first Smart Nation, Singapore aims to improve the lives of its citizens through harnessing technology and big data analytics. Read more

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    Topical Reports

    Data Centres: The New Frontier

    Despite the across-the-board pessimism in the real estate industry, data centres (DCs) seem to be one unique segment that is booming with lots of optimism. Singapore currently has the largest data centre market in the Asia Pacific region (even larger than UK, which is the biggest market in Europe), owing to several attributes which make it a conducive host country for data centres. Read more

  • RBC: Davao Retail Snapshot

    Topical Reports

    Retail Beyond the Capital: Davao City Retail Snapshot

    We are pleased to share our latest report, Retail Beyond the Capital: A Davao City Retail Snapshot, which provides a glimpse of the retail shopping mall scene in Davao City and also examines the city’s potential to be one of the country’s next retail hot spots. Strong macroeconomic fundamentals, driven mainly by a healthy and burgeoning consumer market coupled with supporting social infrastructure, have supported the city’s recent growth in retail space and influx of international brands. Read more

  • CW Chartbook Nov 2015 Cover

    Capital Market Reports

    Chartbook Market Indicators

    The Philippine economy fared better in the second quarter of 2015 as opposed to the previous quarter, growing by 5.6% year-on-year. Inflation hit a new low in September, and policy rates remained unchanged as the BSP currently sees no immediate need for stimulus on their part. Investors maintained a cautious approach to the market, monitoring China's deceleration and the US Federal Reserve's possible interest rate hike. Locally, businesses and consumers are optimistic about the final quarter of the year, as increased production and spending may boost economic growth to end the year on a high note. Read more

  • Asian Focus to Improve CBD Liveability

    Real Estate Market Reports

    Asian Focus to Improve Sydney CBD Liveability

    This report examines some of the key drivers of Sydney CBD retail and the opportunities that they present. Read more

  • Capital Market Reports

    ASIA PACIFIC CAPITAL MOVES 2015

    Inter-regional investments by Asia Pacific investors are racking up another notch this year with volumes in the first half more than doubling over the same period in 2014.While investors from the region have traditionally favored European destinations, real estate investments into the US are gaining momentum. With volume in the first half of the year already surpassing that for the whole of 2014, this year would mark the first time that investments from the region to America will exceed European destinations. Read more

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