Global Property Investment Activity Up in Q4

13/02/2012 10:29 pm

Globally, commercial real estate investment activity was up in Q4 2011, increasing 4 percent over the previous quarter to $106.2 billion, according to Jones Lang LaSalle.

LaSalle's Global Capital Flows 2011 Q4 recorded strong end to the year in Europe meant 2011 ended 28 percent higher than 2010 at $410.6 billion.

The cities with the most activity in Q4 2011 were:

1. London

2. New York

3. Paris

4. Tokyo

5. Singapore

The consistent strong amount of capital for commercial property over the past two years demonstrates that, despite the GFC, it remains a core asset class for  investors.

read more: Property Council of Australia - Global property investment activity up in Q4.