China - Commercial Real Estate

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Postby winston » Thu May 26, 2016 7:04 am

Delta office boom looms

The total grade-A office stock in the Greater Pearl River Delta will reach 22.2 million square meters in 2020, up by 64 percent from 13.5 million sq m in 2015, a report by property consultancy CBRE showed yesterday.

Marcos Chan Kam-ping, head of research at CBRE, said infrastructure schemes in the delta will form various one-hour commuting circles, boosting the flow of capital, people, goods and services.

Thanks to high-speed rail links, it will take just 14 minutes to reach Shenzhen Futian and 48 minutes to reach Guangzhou South.

As a result, it will enhance the feasibility of corporations in Hong Kong relocating some of their middle or back office operations to the delta, expediting two-way labor mobility.

CBRE estimates that the grade- A office stock in Hong Kong in 2020 will reach 7.6 million sq m, up 11.8 percent from 2015.

CBRE believes this is far from sufficient to cater to the long-term demand as more mainland corporations expand to Hong Kong.

In contrast, the Grade-A office stock in Guangzhou and Shenzhen combined will see a 2.2-fold growth from 6.7 million sq m in 2015 to 14.6 million sq m in 2020.

Source: The Standard
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Re: China - Commercial Real Estate

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Postby behappyalways » Mon Jul 24, 2017 4:13 pm

Construction in China's 'skyscraper capital' shows little sign of slowing
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Re: China - Commercial Real Estate

Postby winston » Mon Jun 18, 2018 8:48 am

Private equity group Warburg Pincus follows this golden rule when investing in China’s property market

Private equity fund Warburg Pincus has pursued a strategy of investing in specialised retail, logistics and data centres, while avoiding the residential sector

Source: SCMP

http://www.scmp.com/business/companies/ ... -rule-when
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Re: China - Commercial Real Estate

Postby winston » Wed Nov 21, 2018 7:41 am

China’s commercial property prices to fall next year as the liquidity crunch nflicts more pain on the industry

Asset owners and analysts say more bargains will be available in 2019

Price gap between selling price and what buyers are willing to pay will narrow

Many sellers bought their properties a few years ago when funding costs were low, in the hope that their value would rise even if rental yields were low.

“But the rent hasn’t risen since then, and can’t justify the current valuation. If they lower the asking price, it means they will fail their clients in terms of returns delivered”.


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https://www.scmp.com/property/hong-kong ... -liquidity
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