JLL

JLL is a leading professional services firm that specializes in real estate and investment management. JLL is a Fortune 500 company with annual revenue of $19.4 billion in 2021, operations in over 80 countries and a global workforce of more than 98,000 as of December 31, 2021.

Commercial, residential properties worth $550m up for sale

The properties are up for public tender until 5 July at noon.
3 days ago

Commercial, residential properties worth $550m up for sale

The properties are up for public tender until 5 July at noon.
3 days ago

Grade A office vacancy rate remains flat at 9.4% in April

The unchanged rate was on the back of the completion of the new supply.

Barratt Developments appoints JLL as its sales and marketing agent in HK

JLL will be tasked to promote the developer's UK homes to HK investors.

Fifth wave delays recovery of HK’s commercial property market

Amongst the hardest hit was retail, recording a 6.8% QoQ drop in high street shop rents.   It may take a longer time before things get better for the commercial property market, as the fifth wave slowed down its path to recovery.

Mass residential prices to decrease 5%: JLL

This is due to the dampened sentiment in the first quarter of 2022.

Benefits of mortgage relaxation to be felt H2 2022: JLL

The government announced it will raise property values eligible for 90% and 80% LTV-ratio loans.

72.53% undivided shares in Chuan Kei Factory Building on sale for HK$700m

The industrial building in Kwai Ching will be sold on an “as-is” basis.

Grade A office rents vacancy rates down 0.2% to 9.4% for January

This continues a four-month streak of positive net absorption. 

2,015 nano flats to be completed in 2022

Compared to 2021, the number of nano flats for completion doubled.

88 Robinson Road completes sale by public auction

JLL served as the auctioneer for the property.

Office market sees positive net absorption of 9,100 sq ft in December

This marks the third month of positive net absorption.

HK property market ‘on the cusp of full recovery’ in 2022

Thanks to the strengthened demand in the retail and industrial property sectors, analysts say.

Property market on ‘cusp of full recovery’ in 2022: JLL

Across submarkets, retail will have the strongest growth next year.