The rise of flexible space in Asia Pacific has been meteoric. JLL research indicates major operators grew their footprint at an annualized rate of 35% over...
Continued upward movements of US interest rates are starting to impact Asian real estate markets in a number of ways
Airbnb posing less significant threat to hotels in Thailand than expected, but its influence in the longer term should not be underestimated, says JLL
22 Thai banks have joined an electronic Letter of Guarantee (e-LG) network on blockchain via BCI (Thailand) Co Ltd with support from the Bank of Thailand...
High housing prices and small living space should continue to drive personal demand for self-storage, while corporates and e-commerce platforms will likely drive business demand.
More employers plan to increase rather than decrease staffing levels in most Asia Pacific countries, with employers in Japan reporting the strongest hiring intentions.
For FY 2018, direct commercial real estate investment volume for Asia Pacific totalled USD 160 billion, increasing from FY 2017’s figure of USD 149 billion.
79% say flexible workspace has played a role in their company’s success