A mix of relatively attractive pricing, improving confidence, low interest rates, along with the search for productivity gains or new market-share should lead to opportunities for focused and well-funded businesses. For occupiers and investors, 2010 should see greater confidence leading to more activity.
By David Hutchings, Partner, Head of the European Research Group
Listen to David Hutchings, Partner, Head of the European Research Group, explain how a mix of relatively attractive pricing, improving confidence, low interest rates, along with the search for productivity gains or new market-share should lead to opportunities for focused and well-funded businesses. For commercial property occupiers and investors, 2010 should see greater confidence leading to more activity.
Listen to Choonbeng Ang, Director, Research & Business Analytics, Asia Pacific, tell how economies throughout Asia-Pacific, especially China, appear ready to enjoy healthy growth. This will spill over into real estate assets, benefiting both end-users and investors. This is good news for asset owners and, coming after steep drops in rents in 2009, real estate users should still be paying rents much lower than they were in early 2008.
Ken McCarthy, Managing Director, US Research Services explains why he thinks the US economic recovery has begun. Cushman & Wakefield expects the recovery to be robust with substantial job growth in 2010. While it will be several years before the US economy regains all the jobs lost in the 2008-09, C&W is optimistic that the expansion will be healthy and sustainable.
As a result, our clients are already looking into how this affects their business. This business briefing highlights the key areas of change and explains what the practical implications might be for both our commercial real estate clients and our role within that industry. It is intended to shed light on the impact of this proposed standard and how it will affect the decision-making process for commercial leases. The chart below identifies key areas of impact under the proposed standard.
Prevalent market sentiments indicate that the real estate sector around the world (with a few exceptions such as Europe) has begun to bottom out. Attracted by correcting values, investors and end-users have begun to cash in on good bargain buys, bringing momentum to the activities in this sector
The real estate sector in India is now on a gradual improvement curve with new projects being launched and the liquidity position of developers improving on the back of Qualified Institutional Placement (QIP) issues and proposed public offers.
"US Commercial Real Estate Recession:
Global Perspectives and Path to Recovery"
Our Capital Markets Group professionals address global real estate fundamentals and repricing in an opaque market with few trades in the US, Europe and Asia and forecast the road to recovery and drivers that need to be in place for a sustainable recovery to occur.
Webcast Speakers and Panelists include:
Frank Liantonio - Executive Vice President, Capital Markets Group
Keith Misner - Executive Managing Director, Capital Markets Group
Roger Cooke - CEO Spain & Chairman EMEA
Donald Han - Managing Director, Singapore & Head of C&W Regional Investment Group - Asia Pacific
David Hutchings - Head of European Research
Andrew Thomas - Partner, Investment - Central London
Janice Stanton - Senior Managing Director, Capital Markets Group
Megan Walters - Chief Economist Research & Business Analytics, Asia Pacific
A must-have resource for volatile times, this comprehensive research report examines the economic and real estate outlooks for 14 major markets: Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. Produced in partnership between MIPIM Asia and Cushman & Wakefield, it offers the invaluable data and insights needed to make investment decisions.