This research uses two independent investor surveys undertaken in Singapore and the UK to examine the attitudes and perceptions towards property investment opportunities in the Southeast Asian region. The analysis considers the characteristics of investors active in the Southeast Asian property market and factors influencing their decision making process. The results show that the market players target neighbouring countries where investment characteristics are familar. This study also shows that there are differenital behaviour patterns regarding risk perceptions across the two cohorts of investors, Differences in attitudes between a regional player (Singapore) and a foreign player (UK) in the Southeast Asian regio may partially be explained by the risk averse behaviour of institutions.
|Journal||Pacific Rim Property Research Journal|
|Publication status||Published (in print/issue) - Jan 2002|
- Property investment
- decision-making process
- investor surveys
- Southeast Asia