Colliers Quarterly | Q1 2020 | Capital Markets

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Global markets are experiencing similar challenges as hesitation becomes a factor in the decision-making process for institutional investors. In Hong Kong, investment volume has been relatively muted in Q1 2020 while property prices remain under pressure across different sectors, allowing investors to search for discounted assets and opportunities in a current buyers’ market.

Capital Markets Highlights:

  • Investors should explore acquisition opportunities as low rates are expected to persist in 2020
  • A wider bid-ask price gap for property also points to an extended negotiation window for discounted assets

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Colliers Quarterly | Q1 2020 | Capital Markets

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