Residential demand in much of Asia excluding Japan has remained stable to firm, benefiting from sustained local demand amid substantially lower borrowing costs. Photo: Reuters Residential demand in much of Asia excluding Japan has remained stable to firm, benefiting from sustained local demand amid substantially lower borrowing costs. Photo: Reuters
Residential demand in much of Asia excluding Japan has remained stable to firm, benefiting from sustained local demand amid substantially lower borrowing costs. Photo: Reuters
Harry Tan
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Harry Tan

Asia-Pacific commercial real estate remains a good diversification bet. Here’s why

  • Investors in real estate can diversify further, taking advantage of geographic nuances by property type and macroeconomic considerations such as country-specific growth, inflation, interest rates and regulatory policies
  • Three sectors stand out in the Covid-19 environment for their resilience – industrial, data centres and cellular towers.

Residential demand in much of Asia excluding Japan has remained stable to firm, benefiting from sustained local demand amid substantially lower borrowing costs. Photo: Reuters Residential demand in much of Asia excluding Japan has remained stable to firm, benefiting from sustained local demand amid substantially lower borrowing costs. Photo: Reuters
Residential demand in much of Asia excluding Japan has remained stable to firm, benefiting from sustained local demand amid substantially lower borrowing costs. Photo: Reuters
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Harry Tan

Harry Tan

Harry Tan is head of research of Asia Pacific at Nuveen Real Estate