In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Alibaba-backed E-House becomes the latest Chinese property firm to default on a bond, top executives at two mainland investment companies vacate their posts with little or no explanation, and local tycoons advise the… Read More>>
Mainland developer China Resources Land has signed an agreement to borrow RMB 23 billion ($3.6 billion) from China Merchants Bank to finance property acquisitions, as Beijing adopts a strategy of using state-owned companies to rescue the country’s embattled real estate… Read More>>
Asia’s largest real estate investment trust has returned to its retail roots as Link REIT announced today that it has agreed to buy a half-stake in a suburban Shanghai shopping mall for RMB 2.77 billion ($429 million).
Link REIT’s choice… Read More>>
Warburg Pincus-backed ESR has established a A$350 million ($240 million) mandate with China Merchants Capital, according to an announcement by the company, as the newly listed logistics specialist enlists a new partner and takes in cash to fund future developments.
Mainland financial heavyweight China Merchants Bank has leased a four floor office in Hong Kong’s Three Exchange Square in Central, taking half of the eight floors shed by liquidity-troubled HNA last week, local media reported.
The Shenzhen-based commercial bank, which… Read More>>
Singapore’s real estate rebound continues to generate headlines today as Oxley joins the Raffles Place elite with a formal agreement to buy out Chevron House. Mainland housing also grabs attention with $3 billion in new securities backed by the future… Read More>>
Here is a list of the day’s latest China real estate news collected from around the web:
China overtook Japan to become Asia Pacific’s biggest real estate investment market last year, after… Read More>>