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Asia commercial real estate investment guide
We have assisted clients for decades in structuring their real estate deals involving a wide range of asset classes from hotels and resorts, office and industrial buildings, malls, self-storage spaces to farms, heritage and residential properties.
Whether you are acquiring, building, managing, leasing or divesting, we pride ourselves as trusted advisors who can assist you to achieve your investment goals in the most efficient way.
As our client, you can expect tailored legal and tax solutions from due diligence, negotiations, financing, structuring joint-ventures to dispute resolution.
Real estate investment volume in the Asia Pacific region was up 30 per cent in the first nine months of 2021, compared with the same period a year earlier, according to the latest findings by JLL. It is evident that while the global market sentiments have shifted dramatically, Singapore, China, Hong Kong, and Japan remain amongst the most attractive real estate markets in Asia and the world.
With so many considerations involved in every real estate investment, it is essential that you are familiar with the legal process and deal structuring considerations so that you can avoid incurring unnecessary costs that may erode your profitability and delay your transaction timelines.
In our Asia commercial real estate guides, you will find insights on market trends and the latest regulations. Our regional experts will also explain vital aspects of a successful real estate investment, including tax, sales and purchasing, investment vehicles, contract terms, financing, and leases.
To discuss further, please get in touch with your usual contact at Withersworldwide, or any of the authors featured.
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