Tales of Hong Kong turmoil lead Mingtiandi’s collection of real estate news today as Hong Kong brokerage has renewed its lease at a Swire property in the city despite reports of pressure from its mainland parent to steer clear of… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department on Wednesday announced that a plot of residential land on what had been the runway of the city’s former Kai Tak Airport has been awarded to local development giant, Sun Hung Kai Properties, for HK$11.26 billion… Read More>>
Asian logistics developer ESR has picked up more funding on its path to a planned IPO, announcing it has closed an investment from a private equity fund of CLSA, a subsidiary of Chinese state-owned investment bank CITIC.
The funding from… Read More>>
Leading today’s news, one of Singapore’s richest men is going big on data, or at least on the buildings that house it, while Australia picks up 4.6 billion baht by selling its Bangkok embassy site to a local developer. Also… Read More>>
If residents of Hong Kong feel like mainlanders are buying up half the town, they might not exaggerating, as recently released research shows that developers and investors from north of the border have scooped up most of the office space… Read More>>
Analysts at one of America’s best-known banks are predicting continued good health for China’s already vigorous residential real estate market into next year.
Citigroup predicts China’s housing market will remain ‘robust’ in 2017 given government support and higher prices, according… Read More>>
In the news today one of China’s top developers has decided that selling stocks and bonds may be the new path to easy money and has opened its own brokerage. Also in the news, Korea’s Mirae sets up a new… Read More>>
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Hong Kong Home Prices to Fall 17 Percent in 27 months, Says CLSA
CLSA has joined the chorus of other investment… Read More>>
A company belonging to private equity firms Carlyle Group and CLSA Capital Partners has sold an office tower in Shanghai’s Pudong district to Hong Kong-listed Yuexiu REIT for RMB 2.63 billion ($423 million).
Yuexiu REIT, which is controlled by Guangzhou-based… Read More>>
Following a year in which home prices in Sydney have risen 13 percent, and an estimated 18 percent of homes are being sold to Chinese, Australian lawmakers are recommending tighter controls on sales of real estate to overseas buyers.