Turn on more accessible mode
Turn off more accessible mode
Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Asia Pacific Investor Intentions Survey 2014
The CBRE Asia Pacific Investor Intentions Survey 2014 was carried out online between January-February 2014 and received a total of 122 responses from a wide range of real estate investors in Asia Pacific. Respondents' place of domicile was fairly evenly distributed between Asia (44%), the Pacific (26%) and outside Asia Pacific (30%, referred to "international" in this report).
Respondents expressed a wide range of views on the most attractive region to invest in but displayed a strong preference for investing in their own region. Asia held the strongest appeal among all regions, with Developed Asia and Emerging Asia topping the list.
Investors also displayed a strong interested in investing in Western Europe and North America as the economic recovery in the West takes hold.
Within Asia Pacific, China is the preferred destination for cross-border investors (excluding respondents selecting their own market of domicile), followed by Australia and Japan. About 32% of respondents identified their home countries as the most attractice. These investors are regarded as "domestic" investors for the purpose of analysis.
Respondents displayed a strong preference towards investing in gateway cities such as Tokyo, Shanghai and Sydney.
The office sector was identified as the most popular sector for investment followed by industrial and logistics, and then residential. Interest in industrial and logistics assets is being supported by strong upgrading demand and the limited availability of modern logistics stock.
to download the report.
Follow us on
Find us on
Follow us on
Circle us on
Contact CBRE Capital Markets
Last Modified: Wednesday, March 26, 2014
© 2014 CBRE, Inc.
Add to Favorites
CBRE Offices Asia Pacific
CBRE Offices Worldwide