Government intervention in Asian real estate

propertyMau tahu bentuk tanah kavling. Read more ... »-report.comGovernment intervention in Asian real estateHow to submit my property. Read more ... » Posted: 10 Jul 2012 12:48 AM PDT By Roy Ling  . In the past three years, the Governments of Developed AsiaIndonesia expatriates. Read more ... » (SingaporeSingapore on Inflation decline. Read more ... », Hong Kong) and Emerging AsiaIndonesia expatriates. Read more ... » (China) have introduced real estateHow to submit my property. Read more ... » intervention measures in an attempt to cool the marketThe latest data from the primary residential market in London. Read more ... ». These government interventions are a result of the implosion of credit marketsIndonesian companies keen to join venture with Malaysian counterparts. Read more ... » and the subsequent sharp decline in economicEconomic Growth in Indonesia ?. Read more ... » activity, as well as concerns about social and political stability.
Examples of government interventions in AsiaIndonesia expatriates. Read more ... » may include but not limited to controlling landLand (Cliff) sale Bali. Read more ... » supply, increasing high upfront deposits for purchases, imposing additional stamp duties and taxes, imposing foreign ownership restrictions, limiting access to financing and so on.


These interventions are particularly surprising for SingaporeSingapore on Inflation decline. Read more ... » and Hong Kong as they are widely regarded as free marketThe latest data from the primary residential market in London. Read more ... » economies in AsiaIndonesia expatriates. Read more ... ». In the West, this has provoked a debate about whether it’s just a temporary response to great economicEconomic Growth in Indonesia ?. Read more ... » and financial turbulence, or if it represents a discontinuity that will redefine the government’s economicEconomic Growth in Indonesia ?. Read more ... » role in a significant and enduring way.
However, in much of AsiaIndonesia expatriates. Read more ... », the intensity of the West’s debate on the role of government is hard to comprehend.
We need to understand that Asian governments function differently from the West. Asian governments routinely shape economicEconomic Growth in Indonesia ?. Read more ... » outcomes by developing and implementing industrial policy, managing exchange rates, deploying reserves and using state-owned assets.
China’s ‘capitalism with Chinese characteristics’ never envisioned a withering away of the state. Real estateHow to submit my property. Read more ... » intervention by the Chinese government is a clear example of howHow to submit my property. Read more ... » the Chinese government influences policy to avoid a western style housing crisis. We view the Chinese government proactively tackling problems before they escalate further as a positive step.
We believe that continued government intervention in propertyMau tahu bentuk tanah kavling. Read more ... » marketsIndonesian companies keen to join venture with Malaysian counterparts. Read more ... » across AsiaIndonesia expatriates. Read more ... » has proved effective, as lending restrictions, additional taxes and protection from hot foreign money has led to relatively stable real estateHow to submit my property. Read more ... » prices throughout Asia, rather than being escalated into an asset bubble.
For many who live and do business in Asia, ideological angst about the government’s role in the economy misses the point. In Asia, political and business leaders are far more apt to focus on what works. This pragmatism will be vital over the coming years. Clearly, the crisis will require significant change. We believe that Asian governments will begin to function more as an economicEconomic Growth in Indonesia ?. Read more ... » strategist, and are likelyEuropean real estate investors are likely to invest in Asia. Read more ... » to use stimulus packages and longer-term measures to transition their economies to a more regionally oriented growthEconomic Growth in Indonesia ?. Read more ... » model.
Asian governments influence real estateHow to submit my property. Read more ... » policies as they indirectly determine success in attracting capital and labor and in developing skills to bolster competitiveness. There is also the need for a major education initiative to ensure that the stakeholders understand both the advantages and the sensitivities involved with this approach.
While government intervention may pose policy or regulatory risk when investing in the short term, we believe this is beneficial for Asia real estate in the medium to long term.

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  1. [...] The government levies a 10 percent transaction tax. If the property is purchased, buyer and seller each pay half; if it is leased, the cost is borne entirely by the lessee. Other transaction expenses — a notary fee of about 1 percent, and a structural survey costing $1,000 to $2,000 — are always paid by the buyer/lessee, Ms. Rice said. [...]

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