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Australia Canberra Housing Market Overview November 2019
Australia Newcastle Housing Market Overview November 2019
City Momentum Index 2020
Real estate continues to see investment at record levels
As cities across the globe look to curb climate change via car restrictions, parking lots could become available for redevelopment
Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Hua Hin & Cha Am, Koh Samui, Krabi, Pattaya, Phang Nga & Khao Lak and Phuket are the eight markets covered in our latest Hotel Destinations Thailand report.
The built environment is ripe with solutions for helping tackle climate change
JLL’s latest City Momentum Index covers 130 major established and emerging markets to identify the world’s most dynamic cities.
Why making sense of the data deluge is key for cities and commercial real estate
The rise of Indian travelers contributed to a record number of tourists last year
Investors are paying closer attention to which projects can have the biggest positive impact on society and the environment.
If the last 10 years are anything to go by, real estate is in for big changes
Landlords see boutique gyms as a way to drum up business at surrounding stores
Looking back reveals just how much has happened in the last 10 years
From flexible space to greater sustainability, this new year has a lot in store
Singapore’s commercial real estate market has bucked the trend this year, and looks set for a strong 2020.
Both homes and offices are getting smarter thanks to rapidly advancing technology – although not at the same pace.
Demand for workplace pods is increasing as organisations look to offer privacy in the open-plan office
With workplace stress and burnout a growing issue for companies, good office design can boost wellbeing and help employees to stay on top of their job.
Service and technology are reaching new levels in the office to enable a happier and more efficient workforce
Landlords are incorporating flexible space in their buildings, prioritizing it as an essential feature. By doing this, they aim to unlock more cash flow and even build a pipeline of future tenants.
Disruption has been upending business models for decades, but now there are no excuses to be unprepared. Here are five tips from experts on staying disruptive to avoid disruption in the digital age.
Flexible space remains popular among start-ups and small firms. But now even corporate occupiers are increasingly incorporating it into their Asia Pacific leasing strategies.
Companies are no longer waiting around for leases to expire before they start searching for new space.
Amid a growing focus on wellbeing, quiet spaces are becoming an increasingly common feature of today’s offices
Let’s look at what the future of work looks like and the four primary areas that smart companies are focusing on to harness change.
Do you really need a tenant rep? Perhaps you consider yourself a good negotiator. Maybe you’re happy where you are. So how would you benefit from using a tenant rep?
Happier employees are also more productive employees. One opportunity to create more happiness and productivity: a lease renewal. At this milestone, companies are often prompted to take a closer look at how to create a more productive work environment. Creating an atmosphere that keeps workers engaged is critical to productivity, but most companies are falling short in that department.
Commercial real estate will be eyeing one area of the economy in particular
Europe’s NPLs were a feature of the 2010s but the story will continue into the 2020s.
Increasing activity in mining, construction and IT is helping put Perth back on the investor map
Investors are seeking more defensive, yield-based stocks amid growing global economic and political uncertainty.
Despite uncertainty caused by trade tensions, overseas investors continue to spend a record amount in Shanghai’s commercial real estate.
The effects of the GFC were wide-reaching, and real estate has been far from immune.
Institutional capital is increasingly targeting healthcare in Australia as the sector defies the global economic slowdown
In cities around the world, four fast-evolving economies are making their mark
The once-shuttered retailer has opened experiential play centers ahead of the holidays
Buying online and picking up in store is gaining traction
Tenant interest in the material’s sustainability and wellness benefits is increasing alongside government support
Selfies and art come together as a counterweight to e-commerce
New pharmacy drone programs could be a wake-up call to retailers to begin preparing for store-to-door delivery
As cities become bigger and denser, green spaces are boosting their resilience and making them more attractive places to live.
Evaluating the implications of improving connectivity
Accessing the impacts as vacant industrial land becomes scarce
Dispelling the industrial land supply myth
Exploring the backfill solutions for downsizing department stores and discount department stores
Demand for housing in Canberra has picked up now that the new home buyer concession scheme is in place.
2018 was another year of exceptional trading for Sydney, with limited transactional activity as a result of a lack of stock on the market. Find out how the Sydney hotel market performed in our Sydney 2018 Hotel Market Wrap Up
2018 was one of the most notable years in the Melbourne hotel market's history with activity on every front. Find out how the Melbouren market and its various submarkets performed in our 2018 Melbourne Hotel Market Wrap Up.
Apartment completions on the Gold Coast peaked in 2018, with supply expected to contract by 30% over 2019. To date, there appears to be no adverse side effects from the increased supply levels, as rental rates have remained resilient and capital growth remains positive.
Despite robust economic growth and an improved labour market, the Inner Melbourne apartment market has continued to cool. Sales volumes continue to decline and new supply continues to decrease.
The downturn in the Sydney apartment market is well underway. Capital values continue to decline, as demand remains restricted by tighter credit controls and negative sentiment in the market.
The Inner Brisbane apartment market will continue to stabilise throughout 2019, as demand builds and supply is absorbed.
The Perth residential market remains weak. However, with a backdrop of improving economic and employment growth, conditions are expected to gradually improve in 2019.
Following a low level of completions in 2018, the Inner Adelaide apartment market will experience a relatively high level of supply in 2019.