Has Asia’s commercial property bull market peaked? Here are three reasons to suggest it has further to run

//Has Asia’s commercial property bull market peaked? Here are three reasons to suggest it has further to run

Has Asia’s commercial property bull market peaked? Here are three reasons to suggest it has further to run

One of the attractions of investing in real estate is that the returns on offer are invariably higher than those on benchmark government bonds. Yet, over the past decade or so, the spread, or gap, between rental yields and their fixed-income equivalents has narrowed sharply as property yields have shrunk, driving up prices. In the commercial real estate market, the average prime yield across 50 major cities tracked by property adviser CBRE has fallen from about 7 per cent in 2009 to just over 4…

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