A 24 percent drop in weekly home sales in Shenzhen, paralleled by talk of new home sales restrictions in Shanghai could signal serious steps by China’s government to clamp down on raging first-tier housing markets. Meanwhile, slumping mall sales have… Read More>>
Every day Mingtiandi scans the web and curates the day’s biggest stories for you. Here’s what we found today:
HK’s Swire Sells Asia’s Priciest Apartment for $66M
Swire Properties sold the last unit at Opus Hong Kong in Mid-Levels on… Read More>>
China’s unused apartments might soon become serviced apartments or vacation rentals after Singapore’s CapitaLand agreed to invest a total of $87 million with online apartment sharing platform Tujia.com
Tujia, which is frequently referred to as the AirBnB of China, received… Read More>>
This week Greater China’s community of real estate professionals continues to keep on the move with a shed specialist turning to private equity, a former forklift champ moving from retail into clean air, and much more. Read on for more… Read More>>
This week greater China’s community of real estate professionals reaps a group of new promotions and fresh roles, featuring a private equity leader moving to Tokyo, CapitaLand promoting a mainlander to a top level China position, and a property manager… Read More>>
This week China’s real estate community sees a familiar face turning up at a Dutch fund manager, new leadership for an agency’s office team in Beijing, and many more moves. Read on for details.
Joelin Ma is now Senior Portfolio… Read More>>
This week China’s real estate community witnesses some senior management turnover from southeast Asia’s largest developer, a changing of the guard at UK developer Grosvenor, plus a familiar face from Shanghai showing up in Singapore. Read on for details.
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Singaporean real estate company CapitaLand announced major changes among its China leadership this week when Jason Leow was appointed as the new head of CapitaMalls Asia.
CapitaLand, which is Southeast Asia’s largest developer, named Leow as CEO of its retail division… Read More>>
This week Asia’s real estate community sees a number of agency people hopping to new shops across Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong, as well as new opportunities for professionals at developers, design firms and finance companies across the region…. Read More>>
Southeast Asia’s largest real estate developer, CapitaLand, announced this afternoon that it is offering to buy back its Singapore-listed subsidiary, CapitaMalls Asia Ltd, for S$3.06 billion ($2.45 billion).
CapitaMalls Asia has been CapitaLand’s retail development subsidiary, and is perhaps best… Read More>>