IPD has collected data on over US$ 390 billion of real estate assets in the Asia Pacific region and has established full indices and benchmarking services in Japan, Korea, Australia and New Zealand.
In the rest of Asia, IPD adopts a club-like model, with a private distribution of outputs to subscribing investors, and offers packages of information and portfolio analysis to those that join. IPD has collected a substantial volume of data in the region from domestic and international investors and other sources. This dataset, which includes assets from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand, had a gross asset value of over US$ 109 billion at the start of 2012. This data can be incorporated into performance benchmarks but has not yet been included in formal indices.
Currently, the Pan Asia databank contains valuation details of 3,523 investment assets with a total value of over US$ 244 billion.
The latest edition of IPD's Pan Asia Return Research (PARR) was released on 15 June.
For further information please contact:
Managing Director, Asia - Kevin Swaddle
Tel: +85 2 8175 4388
Japan - Toshiro Nishioka
Tel: +81 3 5211 1455
Korea - Howard Shim
Tel: +82 1191 953 931
UK - Chris Woodley
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7336 9308
China & Hong Kong - Yuanyuan Sun
Tel: +852 8175 4388
Australia - Anthony de Francesco
Tel: +61 2 9248 1900
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"IPD is held in high regard in Asia and is performing an important role in the growth of the Asian real estate sector. We recomend the IPD service to our members."
Peter Mitchell, CEO, APREA
"Property professionals are now able to evaluate portfolios around the world through IPD's market indices and benchmarking tools, making IPD an invaluable resource for our company."
Raymond Chow, Hongkong Land
"It is more and more important that investers can judge the return of their portfolios with confidence. IPD is playing a very important role in improving the quality and availability of performance measures throughout the region."
Tim Bellman, ING Real Estate
IPD is pleased to support the institutions that are representing the property market in Asia and which share our aim of promoting greater transparency in the region.