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Will First REIT’s Unit Price Recover? First REIT units were the worst-performing in 2020. The next 18 months will be keenly watched by investors, but the REIT’s manager is confident about Indonesia’s recovery. While most healthcare assets have seen growth in capital values amid the pandemic, the unit price of First Real Estate Investment Trust …

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Asia Pacific REITs Turn Positive in February, Hotel Jumps 11.2% Losses were seen for Healthcare and Industrial sectors By Jeroen Vreeker, Global Property Research Asia Pacific REITs added 0.9% in February in USD terms, with the GPR/APREA Composite REIT Index more than reversing the 0.3% decline suffered in the preceding month. The table below shows the …

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Asia Pacific REITs Mirror Equity Gains on Economic Recovery Hopes Hong Kong saw strong performance while Singapore slumped; global REITs outperformed equities. By Patrick Ma, Director, Listed Products and Research, Admiral Investments March 4, 2021 – In Asia Pacific, both equites and REITs performed positively in February. REITs’ performance was almost parallel to that of …

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Views From The Top: Sabana REIT, Sasseur REIT, Centresquare February 3, 2021- Despite the rollout of vaccinations across the globe, a resurgence of Covid-19 infections and the discovery of new variants threaten to derail the global economy’s fragile recovery. REIT AsiaPac asked experts for their views on 2021. Sabana REIT: Covid-led Challenges Persist Donald Han, …

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Retail and Hospitality REITs Performed Worst In Asia Pacific In 2020 January 22, 2021 – The worst performers in the Asia Pacific REIT sector in 2020 were largely in the retail and hospitality sector, based on data from Global Property Research. Although, First REIT — the worst performing REIT — is in the healthcare sector. …

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Which REIT Sectors, Geographies Will Perform Well In 2021? Australian office and industrial, Japan hospitality, Hong Kong retail may shine in the year ahead. By Patrick Ma, Director, Listed Products and Research, Admiral Investments The coronavirus pandemic has affected the global economy in more ways than one. Most governments have implemented measures such as closing …

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Asia’s REITs Likely To Maintain Dividends Despite Worst Performance On Record

Real Estate’s Recovery Seen Uneven In 2021; Logistics Still Favoured Proptech professionals share their thoughts about real estate market fundamentals. While the post-pandemic recovery of the real estate industry remains uncertain, experts who spoke at a REITAsiaPac Webinar held on December 10 were unanimous on one aspect: that the global health crisis will spur greater …

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Tower on top of hill

REITs With Technology Exposure Have Seen Strong Growth (Magazine) Private equity funds have flocked to build data centres, causing potential capacity concerns, while cell towers are less affected by supply issues. By Christian Bernasconi, Managing Director, B&I Capital November 30, 2020- REITs with exposure to technology were extremely popular before the Covid-19 outbreak due to …

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Proptech Metrics Could Change The Future Of Financial Analysis  By Frederic Hoo, Director, Sectors and Solutions, KPMG in Singapore November 23, 2020- Human progress is inevitable. In every imaginable facet of our lives today, we are constantly bombarded by change brought to us by technology. Technology adoption is changing our everyday expectations and is slowly …

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