It ranked 28th worldwide.
Hong Kong ranks as the top country in Asia for investment volumes, according to JLL’s latest Investment Intensity Index.
The index compares the volume of direct commercial real estate investment in a city over a three-year period relative to its economic size – and reveals that of the top 30 ranked cities, only four are in Asia Pacific: Sydney (8th), Melbourne (16th), Hong Kong (28th), and Tokyo (30th).
In terms of property sectors, the Hotels Investment Intensity Top 20 highlights the attraction of the world’s most connected gateway cities, such as London, Miami, Hong Kong (7th), New York, and Dubai. Hong Kong also has high retail and logistics investment intensity, 16th and 4th in the world, respectively.
Denis Ma, head of research at JLL in Hong Kong, said Hong Kong remains one of the most attractive real estate markets for investors in Asia. "With the amount of investible stock set to surge over the coming decade as the government ramps up land supply, the intensity of investment activity will only strengthen,” he noted.
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