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CBRE, leading international property consultants, foresees a record year for Asia Pacific commercial real estate investment in 2022, driven by steady economic growth and pent-up investor demand, according to the company’s 2022 Asia Pacific Real Estate Market Outlook. CBRE expects total investment volume this year to grow by at least 5% to more than US$150 billion, surpassing the previous pre-pandemic high of US$142 billion in 2017. Strong investment activity from close-ended real estate funds, real estate investment trusts and institutional investors, including many that paused acquisitions at the onset of the pandemic in 2020—are expected to drive the recovery. It is […]

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Plandemic mission accomplished. The have's will now gobble up the assets the have not's have lost over the course of the last 2 years. 

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And CBRE have a very vested interest in talking the market up.

there is more marketing power speak nonsense in this article than zig ziglar could have come up with on a good day.

the reality of the situation is the property market is in deep sh*t .

only somebody who was deaf,blind,retarded and living in a cave in the middle of nowhere could possibly believe anything different.

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Economic recovery, remote work trends, and evolving consumer behavior will likely shape the real estate sector. Commercial real estate in Asia, particularly in Singapore, is gaining momentum again and reaching high indicators. Specifically, office spaces in Jurong East are currently occupying a prominent niche in the real estate market. MatchOffice Singapore can help you with this. Adaptability and strategic investments will be key for navigating the changing market conditions.


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