Real Estate Investors Look to Southeast Asia

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Real Estate Investors Look to Southeast Asia


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TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Facing a low-performing local real estate market, Taiwanese investors are reportedly putting their money abroad in up-and-coming development properties throughout Southeast Asia.

Two large international real estate firms hosted separate press conferences on Tuesday to analyze the latest trend in real estate purchases.

According to Executive Director David Chin ([...]) of Asia Pacific International Property, the firm, which specializes in real estate transactions in the Asia-Pacific region, made nearly NT$7.3 billion in sales.

Furthermore, while property transactions were at a record low in Taiwan in 2016, according to an end-of-year report from Chinatrust Real Estate company, the number of transactions Chin's firm closed in the nearby ASEAN countries rose by 43 percent compared to 2015.

The amount investors was willing to put in real estate, however, averaged around NT$5.3 million and was lower than in 2015, the firm reported.

Deputy General-Manager Paul Lee ([...]) from Century 21's Ren Ai branch ([...]) said that its merger with Blue Ocean Realty Group "has allowed the branch to capitalize on investment opportunities in Thailand."

With nearly three years of investments in Thailand, the Ren Ai branch now has its sales split 50-50 between local transactions and Thai transactions, Lee told reporters.

The Ren Ai branch grossed the second-highest revenue among the 238 branches of Century 21 last year, which Lee attributed to the sales of mansions in the Ren Ai area and investments in Thailand.

Investment Hotspots in the Asia-Pacific

In step with the government's "New Southbound Policy," Blue Ocean Realty Group announced an investment opportunity in Bangkok. …

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