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JLL Research provides clients with timely and informed market intelligence to support profitable decision making.  Our extensive market coverage, innovative analysis and prescient forecasting are backed by solid property market knowledge and the commercial acumen of a market leading research team.

We offer flexible and practical research services to our clients through data subscriptions and bespoke consultancy services.

Data Subscription

Drawing on 30 years of proprietary data, we provide trend data for the key property sectors in Hong Kong from a macro perspective down to asset level.  We also provide forecasts for a range of indicators across all key commercial and residential property sectors.

Our products allow clients to stay in tune with the market and provide the basis for strategic real estate decisions.

Bespoke consultancy services

Our market leading research team offers research-based consultancy services to a wide spectrum of clients.  Projects can be customised to address sectors, geographies or individual assets.  

Our profound knowledge of real estate markets across the Asia Pacific region and proven record in serving global, regional and local clients from a diverse spectrum of backgrounds enables us to provide our clients with forward-looking solutions.


APPD 3Q16 | Hong Kong’s office investment market bounces back

Hong Kong’s office investment market bounced back in Q3 2016, with transaction volumes spiking to HKD 15.8 billion. JLL sees further growth ahead, thanks to strong demand from PRC corporates looking for investment assets.

Denis Ma, Head of Research, Hong Kong, discusses the deals behind the market moves.
Can China continue to drive growth in Hong Kong's property market?

Paul Yien, Regional Director, Markets discusses the demand for office space from mainland corporates and how government policy can support PRC companies entering Hong Kong.

Terence Chan, Head of Retail, discusses the decline in Chinese tourist numbers in Hong Kong and how easing multi-entry visa restrictions could add sales to the local retail market.

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