Tokyo home prices rose by an average of 7 to 10 per cent last year, according to Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. Photo: EPA

Japanese property on a roll as Chinese grow weary of traditional hotspots Vancouver, Sydney

  • Interest by Chinese buyers in Tokyo property has shot up 10-fold in the first quarter, according to property portal Juwai.com
  • Japan’s proximity to China also seen as a positive when managing overseas investment properties
Topic |   International Property

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Tokyo home prices rose by an average of 7 to 10 per cent last year, according to Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. Photo: EPA
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(From left) Stuart Gibson, co-founder and Co-CEO of ESR Cayman; chairman Jeffrey Perlman and group CFO Wee Peng Cho, at a press conference to announce the company’s IPO in Hong Kong, on Wednesday. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

ESR Cayman, Asia-Pacific’s largest warehouse landlord, set to raise up to US$1.2 billion in Hong Kong’s biggest IPO so far this year

  • ESR Cayman, backed by private equity firm Warburg Pincus, is issuing 560.7 million shares, to raise up to US$1.24 billion
  • Reserves greenshoe option to issue another 84.1 million shares
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(From left) Stuart Gibson, co-founder and Co-CEO of ESR Cayman; chairman Jeffrey Perlman and group CFO Wee Peng Cho, at a press conference to announce the company’s IPO in Hong Kong, on Wednesday. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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