It may be Thanksgiving in the US today, but some of those in the real estate industry outside of America won’t be giving thanks on this Thursday. James Packer is reeling after Chinese authorities arrested three of his employees while… Read More>>
With US turmoil grabbing centre-stage, worries over Brexit seem to already be old news for Hong Kong real estate investors, after two locally listed property groups snapped up £234 million ($290 million) worth of London office buildings during the same… Read More>>
As the UK and the European Union remain mired in uncertainty following Brexit, potential real estate investors in Asia Pacific are beginning to explore opportunities presented by currency arbitrage and further monetary easing from central banks.
According to JLL’s “EU… Read More>>
Some of the world’s biggest property investors are already dumping London assets post-Brexit and the potential UK slump could bring a boon for US asset holders as cash-rich Chinese investors look for a new place to park their funds.
The… Read More>>
China’s development giants are joining Hong Kong’s local heavyweights in staying away from land auctions in the SAR, CSCEC is moving forward with another US project, and mainland home buyers are favoring North America and Australia in the wake of… Read More>>
An Australian-Chinese joint venture has won a long-delayed contract to build a new tunnel in Hong Kong, the world’s biggest warehouse builder is seeking $302 million in new funding for its mainland branch, and officials in China’s Zhejiang province are… Read More>>
Some of China’s biggest developers are raising their 2016 sales targets after a hot first half – just in time for a downturn projected by one of the country’s top think tanks. Meanwhile, the Vanke battle continues as the Baoneng… Read More>>
Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund homes to find buried treasure in America’s trailer parks, while China’s SWF plucks a new chief from the Shanghai government. Meanwhile, Greentown has a Hong Kong IPO for you, and much more if you just read… Read More>>
The dust has yet to settle from the UK’s historic vote to leave the European Union, but the uncertainty caused by Brexit is already expected to tamp down interest in the London property market, and provide opportunities for Asian cities… Read More>>
Asia’s real estate investors may be looking for a new favorite overseas destination for their funds following last week’s shock decision by the UK to leave the European Union.
The Brexit vote is causing new uncertainty for the London real… Read More>>