China’s supply of industrial real estate is consistently expanding to accommodate an influx of investment. Prices for industrial manufacturing and logistics facilities vary widely throughout the country, but tend to be higher near its economic centers on the southern and eastern coasts.
China’s industrial parks, located throughout the country, attract foreign companies by simplifying the investment process. Many industrial parks conduct brokerage services in-house, eliminating brokerage fees, but also make it more difficult for investors to conduct market research and make comparisons between competing development areas. Despite these drawbacks, investors receive the benefits of newer facilities, property tax incentives, and even subsidized access to utilities from competition between industrial parks.
Several major American commercial real estate brokerage firms operate branch offices in China, offering comprehensive market research data to foreign companies seeking to invest.
|CBRE||Global real estate services firm with offices throughout China|
|Jones Lang LaSalle||Financial and professional services firm specializing in global real estate service|
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