Global Real Estate Perspective August 2020
Why tech-savvy millennials actually prefer working in the office
JLL continues its climb up Fortune 500
JLL’s latest Global Real Estate Perspective: Investor and Corporate looks at market dynamics during the second quarter and the impact of COVID-19
Small homes in Asia Pacific and generally missing colleagues are cited as a top reasons why the generation is itching for office life
Investment in health and safety tech helps industry prepare for the “silver tsunami”
Keep your fingers on the pulse with JLL’s new Asia Pacific’s Capital Tracker. Find out what’s happening with active capital in the region as well as the comparison of themes in both the private and public markets
Coronavirus is amplifying demand for more flexible commercial real estate
As we re-enter the workplace, do you know if your employees really want to get back to the office, or would they prefer to continue working from home?
Despite ongoing global economic uncertainty, major institutional investors remain focused on both the social and environmental impact of their strategies.
Real estate contracts are being deferred while landlords and tenants await clarity over the new normal
Alternative lenders step up to fill traditional lending gap with more flexibility
Cross-border activity has come to define inbound and outbound Asia Pacific real estate investment over the past decade. In little over 10 years, Asia Pacific-domiciled capital has transitioned from an emerging source to the dominant source of real estate investment globally. This theme accelerated over the past 12 months, with committed capital from Asia Pacific outpacing other individual regions by over 30%.
People are adapting to both temporary and permanent changes at work due to COVID-19
Cross-border investors are set to take advantage of a potential price correction
With more companies looking to reduce their carbon footprint, their energy strategies play a big part in achieving their targets
Distribution centers see demand as coronavirus impacts retail supply chains
As economic activity resumes, investors are looking to new sectors, locations
Retailers invest in touchless technology, expecting longer-term shifts in consumer behavior
Carbon-neutral warehouses are starting to appear in countries like Belgium and Germany.
JLL’s latest research focuses on China’s leading cities upon the ‘new era’ – the China12 – which are at the forefront of the transition to the innovation economy.
This updated report looks at the lessons from China, the global policy response and the practical challenges businesses will face for re-entry, as well as capital market implications and sector-specific impact.
An essential guide for companies operating in foreign markets and a unique benchmark of real estate market transparency, the index ranks 99 countries and territories and 163 cities globally.
Growing investor interest and increased transparency in the alternatives sector are self-reinforcing
Regarded as one of the safest countries in the world, the clear and efficient tax system in Japan also renders the country an attractive safe haven investment destination. Supported by several underlying demand prospects, Japan continues to be amongst the most active hotel investment markets in Asia Pacific.
Investors are looking beyond the current uncertainty in the higher education market caused by COVID-19, but achieving scale is a challenge