As we mark the end of the first half of 2010, global property markets at the prime end have shown improvement. But with tough choices ahead for global policy makers, will the second half of the year usher in further positive momentum?
That question is the primary focus of the June 2010 edition of Jones Lang LaSalle's Global Market Perspective. The report offers a real-time mid-year outlook on global property market conditions, as well as perspective on the some of the factors including a region-by-region look at potential upside surprises and downside risksthat will shape the markets for the remainder of the year.
Jones Lang LaSalle's global experts also give an in-depth view of the trends in the occupier market. Specifically, the report takes a close look at why increased profitability has put strategic thinking back on the corporate agenda and will result in an increase in occupier activity.
In addition, the report provides analysis of a range of topics that may be useful in your reporting including:
A look at the results of Jones Lang LaSalle's recently released Global Real Estate Transparency Index, which suggest that recent turmoil in the economy, financial markets and property markets has resulted in notable slowdown in the progress of real estate transparency during the past two years.
How the US CMBS market recently has produced two important reference points and the implications of those deals going forward.
Why collateralized debt obligations (CDOs) may be a surprising source of lending in 2010 and 2011.
A review of the hotels market, specifically a solid recovery in investment volumes.
As always, this month's Global Market Perspective includes a analysis of and outlook for property market trends in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas.