SINGAPORE MARKETBEAT REPORTS

Christine Li • 23/01/2020
Cushman & Wakefield MarketBeat reports analyze quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

Office: Rental growth is expected to see a slowdown as leasing demand starts to wane.

Retail: Downward pressure on retail rents in 2020, with Orchard and suburban rents expecting flattish growth.

Industrial: Some activities were seen with the opening of integrated and automated facilities by local and foreign companies.

Investment: The quarter saw significant decline in commercial transactions.

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It is anticipated that rents will moderate in 2020 as a result of global economic headwinds.

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Rents are projected to stay muted in 2020 as the global economic outlook remains subdued.

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The sluggish economy has led to a decline in retail sales as consumers held back on their spending.

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Investment volume plunged to S$4.81 billion in Q4, representing a 71% decline in volume QoQ.

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