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London's loss is Asia's gain as property funds seek safe havens

Singapore, HK and Australia may see money flowing into property as investors flee to safer assets

Chinese tourists near London's Big Ben clock tower. London property sectors are most vulnerable to a correction given current keen pricing and their multinational occupier base.


LONDON may have just shed its safe-haven property market tag with the UK's vote to break away from the European Union. That's good news for real estate markets in Asia that offer stability.

Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia, which face headwinds including oversupply and

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