Debt is the deal at the top of today’s headlines as a bond issue that stacked an additional $3.8 billion burden onto developer China Evergrande’s already weary balance sheet has shaken up international bond markets. Also in the news, Singapore’s… Read More>>
A US-based subsidiary of China’s largest construction firm has entered the New York City real estate market by taking a $140 million stake in a Manhattan condo project.
Strategic Capital, an investment affiliiate of state-owned China State Construction and Engineering… Read More>>
Leading the news after a long weekend is a record-setting Sydney purchase by an unnamed Hong Kong family office, while Goldman wins some big new business in Korea. Also in the headlines, China’s biggest construction firm may be getting a… Read More>>
Some of Hong Kong’s biggest developers chose Friday to release their 2016 earnings, and those reports of success or failure lead today’s property headlines. Top builder Wheelock is cheerful enough after their results to test out the idea of a… Read More>>
Asia’s impact on the rest of the world is being underlined again today as one of Japan’s most aggressive investors announces that it is buying one of America’s best known private equity firms on the same day that a leading… Read More>>
A subsidiary of China’s biggest construction firm snatched up a development site in Singapore’s West Coast Vale on Thursday of last week for S$291.99 million ($205.22 million), according to a statement from the Singapore Urban Development Authority.
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As the future of EB-5 hangs in the balance, one US-based developer has paid for a deputy mayor to travel to Shanghai and Beijing to seek investment through the program. Also in the news today, WeWork might have a new… Read More>>
Hong Kong takes centre stage in the region’s real estate headlines today, starting with Abu Dhabi’s sovereign fund opening an office in the territory while the city’s Chow Tai Fook Enterprises may be venturing half-way around the world to buy… Read More>>
Home prices are hitting new records in Shanghai and the government seems to be unhappy. The result for homebuyers could be minimum 50 percent down-payment levels and the upshot for developers could be lower demand for housing. Plus, China’s biggest… Read More>>
China’s development giants are joining Hong Kong’s local heavyweights in staying away from land auctions in the SAR, CSCEC is moving forward with another US project, and mainland home buyers are favoring North America and Australia in the wake of… Read More>>