Spooked Investors Flocking To Asian Real Estate, Report Says

Law360, New York (January 23, 2013, 8:16 PM EST) -- Investors burned by the global financial meltdown have grown wary of intangible assets, and with the economic recovery in most of the developed world deemed tenuous at best, commercial real estate — particularly in the Asia-Pacific region — has emerged as the new hot ticket, Jones Lang LaSalle Inc. found in a report published Wednesday.

The global commercial real estate market, which saw $450 billion worth of assets bought and sold in 2012, is on track to top $1 trillion per annum by 2030, the real...
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