After a series of woeful headlines linked to its mainland China investments,, Singapore’s City Developments Ltd is back in the news today with a report that it has filed to list a set of London office properties on the SGX,… Read More>>
Beike has moved quickly to name new leadership following the death of its founder earlier this month, and news of the company’s new boss takes the top spot in Mingtiandi’s collection of people moves this week. In Singapore, local brokerage… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Chinese officials go after apartment listings giant Beike over alleged anti-competitive practices, global investors bid up a half-stake in a Sydney office tower to pre-COVID levels, and CDL’s chairman says the Singaporean government… Read More>>
China’s largest property listings website, Beike, announced that its founder and chairman, Zuo Hui, died Thursday after an unexpected worsening of illness. He was 50 years old.
Zuo, who started Beijing-based property agency Homelink (Lianjia in Chinese) in 2001 and… Read More>>
In Mingtiandi’s latest roundup of regional news headlines, Hong Kong homebuyers are walking away from deals at a record clip, Chinese online property platform KE raises $2.1 billion in a share sale, and a Chinese investment group withdraws its bid… Read More>>
In today’s edition of our regional news roundup, a pair of fund managers clinch a green loan to finance the purchase and revamp of a Singapore building, Amazon pleads for a probe into what it calls insider trading by India’s… Read More>>
Indian appeal leads Asia’s real estate headlines today as the recent success of the Mindspace office park REIT appears to be sparking more private equity investment on the subcontinent.
A report in the Times of India sees Blackstone in discussions… Read More>>
China’s largest property listings website, Beike, is attempting a $1 billion IPO on the New York Stock Exchange despite signs that stock markets are becoming part of growing tensions between the US and mainland China.
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WeWork’s IPO belly flopped and Luckin Coffee got kicked out of the NASDAQ, but these setbacks have not deterred online property brokerage Beike Zhaofang from attempting a US stock market listing.
An account of the Softbank and Tencent-backed firm’s plans… Read More>>
A Chinese property listings portal leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with news that Tencent and Hillhouse joined a $2.4 billion funding round led by a $500 million commitment from Softbank.
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