Asia continues to dominate the world's most expensive office locations, accounting for seven of the top ten markets.
Money will continue to flow into real estate from across the capital markets worldwide, but investors should be increasingly concerned about getting caught late in the cycle
Hong Kong, New York, Paris, London and Tokyo retained their positions as the world's most expensive high-street retail destinations in Q3 2014.
This week MSCI announced the IPD Global Infrastructure Direct Asset Index, describing the investment performance of infrastructure investments irrespective of the investment vehicle structure.
Fundamentals are improving across many office markets in The Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe as we head into 2015.
Retail property is in strong demand across most of Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), as property investors are taking on more risk
The third quarter of 2014 saw the completion of four large transactions worth over $500 million each.
India has relaxed its rules on overseas investment in construction, which is expected to give a huge boost to property development in the country.
Multinational companies (MNC) are increasingly investing in purchasing offices in India and China.
Increasing liberalization of regulatory restrictions on Asian insurance funds could lead to additional US$75 billion into global real estate markets.
Based on a new global retail report from Cushman & Wakefield, global trends remain positive for shopping center development.
Real estate investment trusts are misunderstood in Asia, real-estate executives believe, and may need a regulatory overhaul.