In a market accustomed to abundant supplies of cheap debt, the real estate landscape in Asia Pacific (APAC) is undergoing a significant transformation following the series of rapid interest rate hikes initiated by the US Federal Reserve since mid-2022.
Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Asia Pacific 2024
With interest rates in the West rising at the fastest pace ever, investors are forced to seek alternative approaches to generate profits as markets anticipate a reset around new measures of value. Read the latest edition of the report to learn the challenges and opportunities for the real estate sector in Asia Pacific.
Nearly one in three residents in Hong Kong will be seniors aged above 65 by 2038 and 70 per cent may require healthcare support due to chronic diseases. Yet, there is a shortage of senior housing units available in the market to meet their ageing needs according to a report released by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Chinachem Group (Chinachem).
Six impressive developments from around the world have been selected as winners of the 2023 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Global Awards for Excellence. This year’s winners include two from North America, two from Europe, and two from Asia Pacific.
In this report, ULI and Heitman examine what new reporting requirements will mean for real estate investors stemming from existing and proposed government regulations requiring real estate companies to disclose climate-related risks related to their properties and overall business models. Gain insight into key strategies investors can use to optimize their portfolios and best position themselves in the market now and as the future regulatory environment unfolds.
This report describes climate gentrification’s impact on health, housing, mobility, and community history. Learn to guide officials, developers, and investors for sustainable communities during climate migration. Read insights from ULI members, representatives, and academics, and dive into inclusive community examples. Discover best practices to monitor indicators and counteract displacement, promoting equitable and sustainable development practices.
Over 30 renowned leaders from the real estate industry have recently been elected as ULI Global Governing Trustees for a four-year term.
ULI’s shared mission of shaping the built environment echoes our pursuit of high quality and innovation. Conversations with the ULI community have led to practical solutions in tackling urban challenges and building better communities. Our team are also inspired to learn from the accomplished leaders and share our endeavours and achievements.STEPHANIE LO Shui On Land