Hong Kong home prices lead the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with a Swiss investment bank warning that US-China tensions will start to bite, while trade tariffs prompt several major hotel groups to double down… Read More>>
Among this week’s set of real estate executives grabbing new jobs, the asset management division of a Swiss bank adds a senior member to its Singapore team, while a warehouse developer affiliated with tech billionaire Jack Ma could be tipping… Read More>>
Credit Suisse AG is raising its profile in the Asia Pacific real estate scene, with its asset management arm picking up two office properties in New Zealand and Japan on the same day last week for a total of around… Read More>>
Leading today’s Asia news roundup, Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley project that Singapore home prices could rise by as much as eight or ten percent in 2018, as the city-state rebounds from a nearly four-year housing slump. Also in the… Read More>>
After a year of sizzling price increase, Hong Kong’s housing market leads the news today with signs of a cool down. Also in the headlines, a strata-titled office floor has changed hands and the city’s housing crisis may get some… Read More>>
While Vietnam has been gaining popularity as a vacation destination in recent years, the Southeast Asian nation may soon be greeting an influx of hopeful property investors after a Warburg Pincus-backed mall developer celebrated the country’s biggest ever public listing… Read More>>
Vietnamese malls lead today’s news as a Warburg Pincus-backed retail developer plans a $680 million IPO in the land of cyclos and ao dais. Also in the news, an Aussie fund manager plans to push back against warehouse developer e-Shang… Read More>>
New abodes in New South Wales are a good deal for Chinese buyers, according to Credit Suisse, which claims that the lion’s share of foreign real estate investment in major Australian cities is coming from China.
In a report released… Read More>>
This week’s people in the news has strong ties to CBRE with several of the firm’s former employees moving on to new gigs. CBRE Capital Advisors saw a Senior Director leave for Credit Suisse while the former CEO and Chairman… Read More>>
A surge in Australian home purchases by Chinese buyers has led Credit Suisse to predict that mainland investors will put A$60 billion ($47.6 billion) into housing down under over the next six years.
The projection is a major upward revision… Read More>>