Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties this week halted trading in its shares after offering investors a guaranteed 12 percent return for backing a plan to buy back it’s Hong Kong-listed stock in preparation for re-listing the company on the mainland.
With China’s second-largest (and most heavily indebted) developer, Evergrande Real Estate, looking like it wants to follow suit, the trend towards re-listing Chinese property companies on mainland exchanges has analysts debating both the merits of this migration and the root rationale behind these potentially risky transitions.
To better understand this transition, Mingtiandi is polling its audience of more than 40,000 real estate professionals to find out what the market thinks.
The survey is just nine questions long, and all responses will be kept strictly confidential. Results of the survey will be announced in next Tuesday’s newsletter:
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