Intentional mass mortgage default by homebuyers at a delayed Evergrande project in Jingde town of Jiangxi province late last month has proved contagious, with data from CRIC as of 13 July showing that buyers of 106 projects across 47 cities… Read More>>
With private development giants like China Evergrande having been brought low by debt troubles, state-owned enterprises continued to expand their dominance of China’s real estate industry in the first half of 2022, with government-backed developers holding 13 of the top… Read More>>
China Evergrande maintained its position as China’s top developer in 2020 with the real estate giant growing its sales even more quickly during the pandemic, but seeing its profits slide by more than a quarter, according to a review of… Read More>>
With mainland China already recovering from the effects of the pandemic and looking forward to a vaccine-powered rebound, the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the country’s retail sector can be seen etched across the financial performance of the country’s… Read More>>
It’s only early November, but already some of Asia’s biggest markets looked headed into the dead of winter as property sales drop off in mainland China, Hong Kong and other points in the region. For one UK investor this seems… Read More>>
After two quarters of slowing homes sales and the occasional developer collapse, China real estate analysts are predicting lower prices and looser credit for the second half of the year.
A report released this week by CRIC, a unit of E-House… Read More>>
The developer of a high-end Shanghai property project last week announced a nearly 30 percent discount on homes in the face of disappointing sales. The price cut comes as the latest sign of weakness in a real estate market which… Read More>>
Tweaking residency requirements is emerging as an accepted path to skirt China’s policy restrictions on home sales as Nanning, the capital city of China’s Guangxi province, last week announced new guidelines on who qualifies to buy a home as a… Read More>>
With China’s banks facing competition for deposits from trusts on one side and online wealth management products on another, nearly 90 percent have ended mortgage discounts for first time home buyers.
The end of preferential rates was revealed in a… Read More>>
China’s 10 biggest developers poured more than half of their RMB 63.9 billion (US$10.5 billion) in land purchases this year into four of the country’s biggest cities as competition for prime locations increases.
A recent report in the Securities Daily… Read More>>