This report examines how, despite global uncertainty, the forces driving intra-regional tourism in southeast Asian nations are expected to remain strong and continue to grow, creating jobs and raising living standards.
Cushman & Wakefield’s 2008 Self Storage Investor Survey indicates that market fundamentals remain strong for the asset class, as key players sit on the sidelines in the short term and analyze sector momentum.
The 2008 Senior Care Participants Survey illustrates a departure from the declining capitalization and discount rates seen in the past few years. Reflecting upon data collected over the past seven years, the briefing examines the impact recent credit market issues and the slowing economy are having on the industry.
As we enter the third quarter of 2008, the US retail sector is grappling with the profound effects of the credit crunch. While the short-term outlook is challenging, this briefing points to a stable future thanks to long-term population and income growth.
Now that Japan has eased its investment regulations for Japanese Real Estate Investment Trusts, industry experts are wondering whether this will release a tidal wave of Japanese cash flowing to markets around the world.
With escalating energy prices adding insult to economic injury, commercial real estate is starting to feel the pinch. However, there is reason for optimism thanks to sound fundamentals in major markets.
Cushman & Wakefield’s 2008 Medical Office Building Annual Investor Survey shows that the market remains a bright spot in real estate. Changing demographics and technology are behind the steady demand for medical office space and institutional investment in this asset class.