Take the real estate transparency quiz

June 28, 2012 / By

We’ve just released the findings of our 2012 Global Real Estate Transparency Survey. In this survey, we examine real estate transparency levels in about 100 markets worldwide. The transparency score for each market is based on results for 5 different categories – real estate performance measurement, availability of data on market fundamentals, governance of listed vehicles, regulatory and legal frameworks, and the transaction process.

In the Asia Pacific region, we analysed real estate transparency for 16 markets: Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

What are some of the key results for Asia Pacific? Take this quick quiz to find out (answers below):

  1. What is the most transparent real estate market in Asia Pacific?
  2. What is the least transparent real estate market in Asia Pacific?
  3. Which is the biggest improver since our last survey in 2010?
  4. Which major market has low transparency relative to its economic maturity?
  5. Which country has improved more over the last two years in terms of its global ranking, China or India?
  6. Which city has improved more over the last two years in terms of its global ranking, Singapore or Hong Kong?
  7. Asia Pacific outperforms the global average for 4 out of the 5 categories above. Which of these 4 categories is the biggest outperformer?
  8. For which of the 5 categories above does Asia Pacific underperform compared to the global average?

You can find all the details on our new interactive transparency website ( Happy viewing!


  1. Australia
  2. Mongolia
  3. Indonesia
  4. Japan
  5. China
  6. Hong Kong
  7. Market fundamentals
  8. Transaction process
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