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Investor sentiment is improving and transaction volumes have been higher than expected. However, the global leasing markets are showing a more ambivalent picture.
In this issue we look at how some of the leading corporations have tackled the challenge of engaging employees in developing meaningful and ambitious sustainability programmes.
Asia Pacific and Europe have seen growth of almost 30% y-o-y and the Americas 9%, resulting in high transaction volumes not witnessed for five years..
Our latest research examines the changing patterns of investment into retail real estate around the world.
The 2012 Index reveals renewed impetus in transparency improvements across the world’s real estate markets. Nearly 90% of markets have registered progress in transparency since 2010.
Find out how your organisation compares to its peers in key areas such as outsourcing plans, workplace strategy and team capacity.
Our interactive reference tool to help you understand local practices for leased and owned space around the world.
Using this tool, you can review and compare 25 critical real estate considerations on a country-by-country basis.
The Advancement of Real Estate as a Global Asset Class: Our latest research explores the implications of the rebalancing of global portfolios to real estate and specifically the tilt toward the Asia Pacific region.
Intelligence, innovation and insight are the watchwords of Jones Lang LaSalle’s research operation in creating practical and useable outputs to help resolve today’s commercial dilemmas and to identify and analyze tomorrow’s uncertainties. Our 350 strong research team covers local economic and property market conditions in over 60 countries and unites to produce an unrivalled global perspective on current and future property market conditions.
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Retail 2020 proved to be a landmark programme that captured and analysed the key trends in global retail. But in the retail and banking world nothing is static. To keep pace with the rapid rate of change in the banking sector Jones Lang LaSalle has taken a 360 degrees look at the industry.
This report is the first in a new Global Foresight Series from Jones Lang LaSalle, examining issues around global retail real estate including sources of equity, access to debt and the appeal of retail real estate to investors.The paper explores 4 key areas of retail real estate investment:
2012 expected to see the economy shrunk by more than 2%, affecting consumer behaviour and retail sales. Difficult economic conditions exacerbating the quality gap between prime and well-performing secondary assets on one hand, and weak secondary ones on the other. Limited pipeline and good quality competition to continue sustaining occupancy and rental levels in the former.Retail investment market to bear the brunt of the economic crisis, as in other sectors, with a contraction in activity and the need to finally bridge the gap between buyers’ and sellers’ price expectations.