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Real assets with predictable income streams gaining popularity with investors according to Jones Lang LaSalle capital markets research
“Investment volumes continue to be resilient. Demand for the best income generating real estate is strong across the world as sovereign wealth, pension funds and private wealth continues to diversify across investment classes.”
“Despite European economic headwinds, appetite for real estate continues to be strong. This is due to improving real estate market transparency and falling government bond yields.”
“London retains global appeal. Real estate lot sizes are in the right bracket to attract the big ticket money. You also have all the benefits of a strong education system, a central time zone, good transport links and a stable government. If the market picks up in the second half of the year, we will see interest grow in real estate outside of the capital.”
“We predict increased activity in the second half of the year as investors continue to move towards real assets as yields from other asset classes remain low. We have seen increased activity from Canadian, US and Middle Eastern money. We can also expect increased activity from capital from Asian countries such as China, Indonesia and Thailand”.
What is Global Capital Flows?Jones Lang LaSalle’s Global Capital Flows analysis provides a set of data designed to help investors understand how commercial real estate capital is moving around the world. The findings are released quarterly, first in the transaction volume analysis represented in this release, and secondly in a broader quarterly report which will be issued in the following weeks. All of the current Global Capital Flows data can be found in interactive website which also acts as a portal for media and clients to access Jones Lang LaSalle’s global capital markets research. Bookmark this site for the most up to date global real estate data: - http://www.joneslanglasallesites.com/gcf
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