China’s housing market leads Asia’s real estate headlines today as mainland optimism sees consumers continuing to drive up home prices as Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund jumps into the trend with its latest middle kingdom development joint venture.
Changes at WeWork lead this week’s edition of Asia Real Estate People in the News, with the financially challenged co-working giant already seeing changes in its leadership in the region following its failed IPO attempt.
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China’s sixteenth largest property developer by sales CIFI Holdings will cut up to eight percent of its workforce, according to a report on Friday in mainland news site thepaper.cn, as the developer fights for profitability amid China’s real estate slowdown.
With just over one month to go in 2018 a few industry professionals are taking their year-end holidays a bit early as a pair of high ranking executives with mainland developers announce plans to take time off from their current… Read More>>
Hangovers suffered from China’s cross-border buying binge dominate the real estate news across the region today, with familiar players HNA, Country Garden and CCCC taking leading roles in some financial drama. A day after HNA reported the untimely death of… Read More>>
Leading today’s news roundup, the world’s second-largest sovereign wealth fund is reported to be growing its presence in the world’s second-most-populous country, with plans to hire a head for India and eventually set up an office. Further east, China’s rental… Read More>>
Warehouses lead the region’s real estate news again today as logistics developer e-Shang Redwood appears to be making a long-awaited expansion into the Aussie market. The Warburg Pincus-backed shed group has now bought into two industrial-focused Australian property groups since… Read More>>
At the top of today’s headlines, Hong Kong developer Henderson Land has again linked up with Shanghai’s CIFI Holdings on a mainland project, and home-sharing giant Airbnb is looking to double its investment in China over the next year. Also… Read More>>
The garden city of Suzhou is now only twenty-five minutes from Shanghai by high speed rail, and one of Hong Kong’s biggest developers, along with its mainland partner, may be hoping that the Chinese commercial centre’s sky high real estate… Read More>>
One of the region’s most loquacious mall developers has little good to say about the region’s retail market, China’s real estate recovery continues to spread from tier-one cities to areas just next to them, and Wang Jianlin makes a big… Read More>>