Asia Pacific Outlook 2022: Build back bigger

Buoyed by a strong economic outlook, Asia Pacific real estate investments are expected to rise 15% in 2022. JLL’s research unveils more key trends for the year.

December 08, 2021

Optimism for the new year is soaring as regional markets chart their paths towards a post-pandemic future. The reopening of borders will likely spur recovery in cross-border investments across various sectors, according to the Asia Pacific Outlook 2022 report.

Total real estate transactions in the region are set to rise 15% during the year. Investments in logistics real estate are expected to double to US$50 billion in 2022 from US$25 billion three years ago — largely driven by portfolio reallocation, relative value and strong demand tailwinds.

Beyond logistics, the report takes a closer look at other notable investment trends and opportunities in the region, including the growing demand across real estate asset classes:

The outlook also seeks to address more key questions such as:

  • How will inflation weigh on investors’ decisions?
  • How will yield compression play out for key segments?
  • How will technology and ESG shape landlord and occupier strategies?

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