Asian wealth moves global property prices

Private Asian capital is increasingly competing with institutional investors for big real estate deals globally.

Asian wealth moves global property prices

Asian money today accounts for a far greater proportion of capital in global property markets than a decade ago and the flow does not appear to be abating, particularly into prime assets in tier-one cities.

Moreover, while corporate and institutional investors account for most of the larger real estate deals globally, ultra-wealthy Asians are increasingly making their presence felt, typically through privately owned investment firms or family offices.

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