A dumped $1.7 billion land auction leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the Hong Kong government having postponed the sale of a residential site in Kowloon amid street protests against the now delayed… Read More>>
In this week’s edition of People in the News, a major Singapore developer and investor names a new group chief executive officer, while a senior vice president is appointed at the sovereign wealth fund. Elsewhere, there are movers and shakers… Read More>>
China Evergrande Group has acquired American in-wheel electric motor company Protean for an undisclosed sum, as China’s second largest property developer by sales ramps up efforts to become a leader in the alternative energy vehicle industry.
The Guangdong-based developer made… Read More>>
In this week’s edition of People in the News, there is a change at the top for a mainland developer as well as some fresh moves in the co-working sphere in Shanghai, while Colliers brings in new blood to boost… Read More>>
The latest regulatory wave in China involves the central government’s hard line on illegal villa developments, as Mingtiandi’s round-up of China regulatory news finds Evergrande, Country Garden and other developers paying the price for building illicit luxury projects in Hainan,… Read More>>
In early April, some of mainland China’s largest real estate developers continue to issue new dollar bonds as a spring sales recovery boosts demand for cash. Both Evergrande and Sunac made the headlines with their sales of $2 billion and… Read More>>
The biggest industry in Asia’s biggest wealthiest city is back on the rise according to a straw poll of property analysts, which puts their prediction of higher prices on the way for Hong Kong housing at the top of Mingtiandi’s… Read More>>
China’s top two property developers are going in different directions with Country Garden seeing its future in small cities and counties while Evergrande is increasing its investment in the electric car market. Meanwhile Club Med is planning to open a… Read More>>
Property sales by China’s top three developers slid in the first two months of 2019 compared to the same period last year as the companies brace for an uncertain year ahead.
Vanke, China’s second-largest real estate developer in 2018 in… Read More>>
Banks just across the border from Hong Kong have started lowering mortgage rates as quantitative easing starts seeping in China’s residential markets offering developers hope of a recovery after a year of tight monetary policy. Further south, the tiny city-state… Read More>>