Just 18 months ago, institutional investors from around the world were busy building up their exposure to private real estate in the Asia-Pacific. Executives from North America, Europe and the Middle East were frequently in the region, investing in offices, logistics centers and emerging sectors such as data centers. In the year before the pandemic began, investors committed a record US $32.6 billion to private real estate in Asia-Pacific.
Amidst a pandemic, what is on the minds of real estate investors today in Asia-Pacific? What challenges have they faced and how have they shifted focus and investment strategies? In the South China Morning Post, Ferguson Partners’ Head of Asia Max d’Ambrumenil shares perspectives on current trends and what we can expect to see in the future.
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