ASIA PACIFIC REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION
APREA is a not-for-profit association that champions
the property investment industry across AsiaPac.
Our members include prominent pension, insurance and sovereign wealth funds, investment and asset managers, family office platforms, developers and respected service providers.
APREA's focus is cross-border real estate investment
across all sectors, styles and all four quadrants.
Our goals are to:
- promote real estate as an asset class;
- work with governments to help open-up and expand AsiaPac’s real estate markets;
- assist members connect to cross-border commercial opportunities;
- foster a respected and transparent marketplace; and,
- provide the facts on market trends and performance based on rigorous, independent research.
….One World Alliances
(26 Oct 2018)
APREA is plugged into a global network of real estate associations.
APREA’s longest-standing relationship is with REESA - the Real Estate Equities Securitisation Alliance.
This influential group promotes property as an asset class by speaking to international regulators and policy-makers with a single, clear and trusted voice.
Its seven members also help join-up the global marketplace, track market trends, and build a stronger interface between investors and the broader real estate industry.
REESA’s advocacy role is of special importance. Changes to investment rules can quickly ricochet around the world with unintended negative consequences.
….Green Real Estate Olympics reveals rising Asia
(05 Oct 2018)
GRESB has released its annual benchmark of sustainability in real estate.
With a global sample of nearly 80,000 assets worth more than USD 3.5 trillion, GRESB’s analysis is the world’s most comprehensive and credible.
The ninth assesment in the GRESB series shows Asia has caught up to Europe and is closing in on North America.
GRESB measures ESG policies, actions and measurable performance on multiple indicators that tally to a score out of 100. Asia posted 66, which is equal to Europe and behind North America at 70 and Australia/New Zealand at 76.
…Member Connect: Japan meets India
(28 Sep 2018)
APREA hosted a delegation of major Japanese investors and fund managers in Mumbai, this week.
Apart from meetings with India’s leading real estate market-makers, the delegation visited a mix of eye-opening marquee projects.
As one Japanese member remarked, ‘’there needs to be dating before marriage’,’ and the study tour offered a ‘’clear line of sight’’ through the complexities of India’s enormous and dynamic real estate marketplace.
The tour was a huge success with many high-quality contacts made.
‘’In emerging markets, choosing the right partner is half the task,’’ said one delegate.
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