A disappointing Nasdaq IPO leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that a mainland developer’s sports and media arm saw its shares drop by more than a third after scaling back the… Read More>>
Sunac China Holdings has acquired a set of three projects from financially troubled mainland competitor Xinhu Zhongbao (600208.SH), adding one million square metres (10.8 million square feet) to its land bank, as the developer continues to ramp up its project… Read More>>
Growth in China’s housing prices slowed in June with fewer cities reporting increases in home as local governments tightened property curbs to prevent the housing market from overheating.
Among 70 cities tracked by the National Bureau of Statistics, 63 of… Read More>>
A Singapore industrial REIT’s plans for a $193 million high-tech complex near the city’s east coast lead Mingtiandi’s news roundup today, as the Southeast Asian financial hub’s Kallang area prepares for its latest upgrade.
Meanwhile the Lion City’s largest developer… Read More>>
This is the week that China issues its latest batch of monthly data on the real estate sector, as tighter policy enforcement in the country’s major cities leads to fewer home sales and less investment, while prices rise in smaller… Read More>>
China’s home sales are falling to a new low, just as mainland developers face a wall of maturing debt. So it’s time for another policy change. Also in the news, Wharf is spinning off some of its core Hong Kong… Read More>>
Prices are rising in more cities, more homes are selling, and even land sales have rebounded. If China weren’t still piling up more unsold homes the real estate market would look more encouraging than it has since the country’s property… Read More>>
China’s sales of homes fell by 10.9 percent during the first eight months of 2014 compared to the same period last year – an even more dramatic slowdown than the 10.5 percent drop recorded during the period through July.
The… Read More>>
Housing sales in China dropped 10.5 percent during the period from January to July this year as buyers continue to wait for further price decreases and banks appear to be pulling back sharply on credit.
According to figures released by… Read More>>
China’s government signalled that it is eager to revive the country’s housing market on Friday when the official China Securities Journal reported that the central authorities would allow cities to ease policy restrictions on home sales depending on market conditions.