Blog posts July 2022

Four years of double-digit NOI growth for Caribbean hotels.

Caribbean hotels are continuing their run of double-digit net operating income (NOI) growth, according to the 2015 edition of Trends in the Caribbean Hotel Industry by PKF Consulting, a CBRE Company. The average Caribbean hotel saw a 17.3 percent rise in NOI in 2014, marking the fourth year in a row…

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Bahrain's retail sector is the best performer in the commercial market.

Bahrain's retail industry has remained the best performing sector in the commercial market, according to Cluttons' latest Bahrain Spring 2014 Commercial Market Outlook survey, with developers capitalizing on the buoyant demand for retail schemes in Manama. doha sale

Against the backdrop of a rel…

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Bahrain's Industrial Sector Is Ready to Take Off.

Following a time of unprecedented tensions across the Kingdom of Bahrain, we are gradually returning to a period of sustained stability, which will benefit the kingdom's real estate market. While the residential and office markets have been slow to recover, the government has continued to support Ba…

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In the first quarter of this year, global cross-border real estate capital flows decreased by 21% compared to the previous year.

According to a new study by Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), global direct commercial real estate investment fell 21% year over year to US$77 billion in Q1 2012, down from US$97 billion in Q1 2011. Cross-border capital flows fell to just 39 percent of total transactional volumes in the third quarter, the l…

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Since 2013, China and Hong Kong have earned the lion's share of global PropTech investments.

Property technology - or PropTech - start-ups in Asia Pacific are outpacing their peers in Europe and the United States, according to new research from JLL, with 179 of them raising about $4.8 billion in funding since 2013. This accounts for more than 60% of global PropTech spending. doha sale


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As total European commercial property investment reaches $30 billion in Q1, office assets are the top acquisition target.

According to CBRE Group's latest report, the office sector accounted for half of all European commercial property investment in the first quarter of 2012, owing to a growing surplus of high-quality office space on the market and strong investor demand (Q1 2012). villa qatar

In Q1 2012, the offic…

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The Eurozone crisis has resulted in a sharp shift in public sentiment about property prices in the United Kingdom.

According to the October House Price Sentiment Index (HPSI) from London-based Knight Frank/Markit, the rate of home price declines increased in October, and prices are perceived to have dropped every month since July of last year. buy house in qatar

Nearly a quarter of the 1,500 households polle…

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Global Prime Property Markets Have Had Their Worst Year Since 2009.

Prime properties in the world's global cities have been considered'safe haven' investments by smart minded buyers for the past three years, according to a recent study by London-based real estate consulting company Knight Frank. Amid fears about sovereign debt and geopolitical unrest, wealthy invest…

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In the third quarter, rental prices in prime global residential markets rose by 4.3 percent.

According to the London-based Knight Frank's Prime Global Rental Index, rental prices in residential markets around the world increased in the third quarter of 2011.

The 4.3 percent increase is the highest annual performance for the index since the third quarter of 2008. The overall index is now …

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Property investment in Asia is expected to moderate in 2015, but it will still be high.

Despite a slowing Asian economy, according to CBRE's newly released Asia Pacific Investor Intentions Survey 2015, commercial property investment in the region is expected to remain high in 2015, as demand for prime core assets grows. real estate in qatar

The overall intention to invest in real e…

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In 2015, Asians' top target property investment market was Tokyo.

According to a new CBRE survey, Asian intentions to invest in commercial real estate assets will remain high this year, with Tokyo being the most active market. However, compared to last year, operation will be reduced. real estate agents in qatar

Danger appetite for prime core assets has increa…

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Africa is expected to attract substantial foreign real estate investment.

According to a recent Knight Frank survey, an increasing number of foreign investors are looking into African real estate markets, drawn by the continent's impressive economic and demographic growth prospects. properties in qatar

According to Knight Frank's Africa Report 2015, Africa's populatio…

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