APAC Real Estate Investment Expected to Fall 5-10% in 2023: JLL

Apac real estate investment expected to fall 5-10% in 2023: jll

Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “APAC Real Estate Investment Expected to Fall 5-10% in 2023: JLL” – below is their description.

Roddy Allan, chief research officer for Asia Pacific at JLL, discusses APAC real estate investment, which sector of the property market could outperform next year and what all of this means for REITs. He speaks on Bloomberg Television.

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