Singapore REITs continued to dominate cross-border acquisitions within Asia

Well, today i got property newsThe most beautiful chorus in Bali. Read more ... » for SingaporeSingapore on Inflation decline. Read more ... » REITs continued to dominate cross-border acquisitions within AsiaIndonesia expatriates. Read more ... » with 17 out of 26 REITs currently active overseas, according to CBRE. Last year, S$2.51 billion were invested by S-REITs abroad when the vast majority of capital targeted China followed by South East AsiaIndonesia expatriates. Read more ... », Pacific, Japan and IndiaDonald Trump Tower in India. Read more ... ».

Seven S-REITs were invested solely in foreign marketsIndonesian companies keen to join venture with Malaysian counterparts. Read more ... » while nine focused exclusively on the domestic marketThe latest data from the primary residential market in London. Read more ... ».
“Despite Asian REITs’ sustained interest in expanding their portfolios, many marketsIndonesian companies keen to join venture with Malaysian counterparts. Read more ... » only permit investmentProperty investment in Bali. Read more ... » in the domestic marketThe latest data from the primary residential market in London. Read more ... » or require approval for overseas acquisitions.

These regulations continue to limit cross-border investmentProperty investment in Bali. Read more ... » activity, SingaporeSingapore on Inflation decline. Read more ... » being one of the few exceptions to this rule,” said Danny Mohr, executive director, International Valuation, AsiaIndonesia expatriates. Read more ... » at CBRE.

The largest S-REITs remain focused on the domestic marketThe latest data from the primary residential market in London. Read more ... » and currently hold numerous prime assets in SingaporeSingapore on Inflation decline. Read more ... ».
Despite attracting overseas investorsEuropean real estate investors are likely to invest in Asia. Read more ... » to acquire shares in such S-REITs, CBRE said it has become unattractive for domestically focused S-REITs to acquire additional assets in SingaporeSingapore on Inflation decline. Read more ... » as it would potentially dilute distribution yields.
It also said investorsEuropean real estate investors are likely to invest in Asia. Read more ... » have already raised concerns about the low yield levels of some recent S-REIT acquisitions.
Citing CapitaCommercial Trust’s acquisition of Twenty Anson, CBRE said it was acquired at an initial yield of 2.6 per cent.
S-REITs expansion overseas in recent years will therefore help in diversification of risk, exposure to a wider range of marketsIndonesian companies keen to join venture with Malaysian counterparts. Read more ... » and attract better yields.

Other drivers include the strong currency advantage and significant support from sponsors, particularly those with an overseas presence, which makes it easier for REITs to identify potential acquisitions in overseas marketsIndonesian companies keen to join venture with Malaysian counterparts. Read more ... ».

Sources : http://www.propertyMau tahu bentuk tanah kavling. Read more ... »-report.com/s-reits-dominate-cross-border-acquisitions-in-asiaIndonesia expatriates. Read more ... »-19556

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