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China's upcoming property hotspots revealed by CBRE at BritCham/CBBC seminar

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On 8 May, BritCham/CBBC jointly organised a seminar on “China’s Upcoming Property Hotspots” with member company CBRE, the world's largest commercial real estate services firm
Ralph Rogers, Director of the British Centre in Beijing, hosted the discussion based on two topics:
  • Questions about the market sustainability of Beijing and other Tier 1 cities, despite the resilient demand for property there;
  • The current situation and potential of other attractive real estate markets across China, especially in Tier 2 cities.

Ralph Rogers of BritCham/CBBC 
Frank Chen, Executive Director and Head of Research at CBRE, gave a speech to evaluate real estate investment potential across 15 Chinese major cities in the office, retail and industrial sectors according to their risks and returns. 
According to CBRE’s Marketscore report, Wuhan stands to be the next property hotspot thanks to its solid market fundamentals and strategically important central location in China. Meanwhile Beijing's Financial Street was ranked as the third most expensive market globally for office space.
Frank Chen of CBRE
In attendance at the seminar were Charles Pope, Associate Director of Arup, Kenneth Lee, Managing Director of Ernst & Young Transaction Advisory Services, and Victor Lin, Vice GM of CPL Finance Consulting Ltd, along with another twenty participants.
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