About APREA

Ten Reasons to Join APREA

What is APREA?

APREA (Asia Pacific Real Estate Association) is a leading pan-Asian association made up of pension, insurance and sovereign wealth funds, investment and asset managers, family office platforms, developers and respected service providers.

APREA represents our relentless commitment to the Asia Pacific’s real estate industry with an emphasis on advocacy, investment, continuous improvement, innovation, and high-quality member service. 

Why You Should Join

1. GATEWAY
Asia Pacific’s one stop real estate industry body: APREA’s chapters in 8 countries is a conduit for all your real estate objectives.

2. ACCESS
One membership All offices All employees: Membership with APREA enrols all your team members to be part of advocacy, events and networking opportunities.

3. PARTICIPATION
Insightful Events: Experience meaningful, topical and tailor-made events for your team across all the chapters.

4. VISIBILITY 
Gateway to Asia Pacific real estate industry: Having global members with a focus on Asia Pacific; we help facilitate introductions between investors, developers and other stakeholders.

5. NETWORK
Cross-border networking: Having chapters in 8 countries and alliances globally, we help our members to learn, share and collaborate.

6. STAY CURRENT
Access to a regular flow of information, analysis, and market research specially developed by our team, to serve the business needs of real estate professionals.

7. PARTNERSHIP
Investor Outreach and Research: APREA partners with leading research providers to channel meaningful information and trends on APAC real estate to the investors and all stakeholders.

8. ADVOCACY
APREA through its chapters, alliances, and experience can achieve your advocacy objectives with the government and other statutory authorities.

9. CREDIBILITY
Global Best Practices: APREA helps to adapt the global best practices and converge the industry.

10. VISION
New Asset Class Representation: APREA stands for real estate assets and fully supports emerging classes such as senior housing, healthcare, co-working, co-living, and warehousing.