JLL still top real estate investment advisor in Asia-Pac

Romesh Navaratnarajah11 Mar 2015

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For the fourth year running, JLL Asia Pacific has been named the top real estate investment advisory firm in the region, according to latest data from Real Capital Analytics (RCA).

The independent data and analytics company monitors global real estate transaction volumes.

In 2014, JLL’s capital markets team advised on US$16.1 billion of real estate investment transactions in Asia Pacific, which translates to a 26.4 percent regional market share.

Stuart Crow, Head of Asia Pacific Capital Markets at JLL, said: “The Asia Pacific region is growing rapidly and global investors continue to seek real estate assets to strengthen their investment portfolios. Demand for Asian real estate continues to be focused on the larger markets in the region and across a range of sectors, particularly those driven by the Asian consumer, and JLL ranked particularly well in the office and hotel sectors.

“This year is set to be equally successful with a very strong start to 2015 and I look forward to maintaining our leading position in the RCA rankings for the fifth consecutive year,” he added.

JLL has been ranked in overall first place in Asia Pacific since RCA began releasing data in 2011.


Romesh Navaratnarajah, Singapore Editor at PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact him about this or other stories email


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