Japan: Capital Growth and Yield

Q : Can My Investment Give me both Cash Flow and Capital Growth?  A : So, you want the best of both worlds. Most investors familiar with the Japanese property market know that capital growth is highly speculative. While there are growing areas, how long prices will continue to rise is ...

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JAPAN’S BOOM-BUST AFFAIR WITH SOLAR ENERGY

Declining costs of residential solar installations and better storage are set to secure Japan’s solar energy future for decades to come. THE BOOM The years following the disastrous 2011 tsunami, and subsequent nuclear disaster at Fukushima Daichi power plant, marked the start of a golden age for Japan’s renewable ...

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STRICTER MONITORING OF CREDIT REPORTING AGENCIES

The recent Equifax hacking has exposed weaknesses in the operations of credit reporting agencies. Asian Property Review examines the issue. In the light of the massive data breach at Equifax Inc. due to cyber hacking, attention has been focused on other jurisdictions’ credit reporting agencies (CRA). For years, most ...

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CHINESE PROPERTY REALTY TV SHOW STARTS SHOOTING

Through an innovative TV show, Malaysian property consultant Dato’ Sri Gavin Tee is hoping to share with the world the intricacies of property investment. Part-educational and part-entertainment, the show, “Anyone Can be A Property Millionaire” is modelled after a reality show with Tee as the mentor and host, and ...

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THE TEMPERED DRAGON IN THAILAND

China’s capital controls are making a dent in the transfer of condo units in Thailand since Q2 2017. For centuries, the Dragon (China) has been a symbol of good fortune and new beginnings. The dragon has been the main target for Thai real estate developers – advertising and business ...

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Cambodia – Supply & Demand Disconnect ?

Asian Property Review talks to Oliver Nicoll, Director of Research, Asia Pacific Investment Partners (APIP) on the current status of the Cambodian property market. APR: According to an article published in The Economist earlier this year, Chinese money accounted for 70% of total industrial investment in Cambodia between 2011 ...

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