Asia Pacific Hotel Research
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23 March 2017
Even though APAC witnessed a moderate decline in occupancy as a whole during 2016, a majority of regional markets have responded with strong rate growth. ADR will likely remain the primary driver behind performance in the APAC hotel sector this year.
25 January 2017
The total value of investment sales increased by 13.0% year-on-year (YoY) to US$9.87 billion in 2016.
11 October 2016
Future acquisitions in Asia Pacific (APAC) will continue to be yield-driven, with emphasis placed on a longer-term view of the asset class.
12 July 2016
With some uncertainties about the future of the EU, we expect investors to be more attracted by Asia Pacifi c properties, to take advantage of economic growth in key markets such as China, Japan and Australia, which will eventually put more pressure on yields.
13 April 2016
The acquisition of assets in secondary locations was evident in Q1/2016, and is likely to continue throughout the year as investors feel comfortable operating in secondary markets in pursuit of higher yields.
18 January 2016
The downward pressure on yields will continue into 2016. However, with values at or close to their pre-recession peak, further downward shifts will be more constrained.
11 November 2015
Phuket and Bangkok have built numerous hotels over recent years and as a result, suitable greenfield sites are now limited, and hoteliers are now seeking to refurbish existing properties.
09 October 2015
Should concerns over the macro-economy begin to rise in Asia and particularly China, and the ‘bid-ask’ gap widens in Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong, we will expect to see a slow down in hotel transaction activity.
10 July 2015
With 73% of all investment sales in the Asia Pacific region in 1H/2015, Japan and Australia remain the most attractive markets for Asian investors. We believe that a few portfolios and single hotel assets will be transacted by the end of 2015.
20 April 2015
Acquisitions by Asia Pacific investors focusing on 'prime' assets continued to be prevalent in 2015. While Japan and Australia remained major focus markets, Malaysia and China reported some headline deals.
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