A disgraced property tycoon leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the news that, nine months after completing a prison sentence for bribery, the real estate mogul is returning to the family business.
Warehouse fever leads today’s real estate news from around Asia as a GLP-backed developer and fund manager acquires a new property in the city of Gurgaon in India’s National Capital Region.
Meanwhile in Hong Kong, enterprising real estate brokers are… Read More>>
China has clear rules on shipping capital outside of the mainland market but one of the great mysteries of the country’s outbound investment drama is how these rules don’t seem to apply to neighbouring Hong Kong, as witnessed in a… Read More>>
An index of property shares on the Singapore stock market rose by around 16 percent in the first half of 2018, but even that healthy increase hasn’t been enough to prevent Hong Kong-listed Wheelock and Company from seeking to take… Read More>>
Pushback against a mainland-led investment boom plays into a number of stories dominating Asia’s real estate markets today, as decision-makers in Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand struggle to manage an influx of Chinese capital into their housing and commercial markets…. Read More>>
HNA is reportedly seeking to borrow as much as HK$5 billion ($637 million) to refinance and begin construction on its sole remaining condo project in Hong Kong’s Kai Tak area, just two months after the mainland conglomerate sold the third… Read More>>
Singapore’s biggest bank is following the lead of US competitors Citibank and Goldman Sachs in moving its team out of Hong Kong’s Central district as office rents continue to rise in the core business area. For the Singaporean bank, the… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s neighbors from the north continue to make a big noise in the city’s property markets this past week as mainland firms continue to buy, lease and otherwise grab hold of more bricks and mortar in the city. On… Read More>>
During the past year China’s senior living industry has seen a surge of new development projects as developers such as Poly Real Estate, and institutional investors including Taikang Life and Taiping Insurance, bet that recent government liberalisation of the sector… Read More>>
DBS Group has sold the PwC Building in Singapore’s financial district to Canadian insurer Manulife for an agreed value of S$747 million ($525.7 million) according to an announcement on Friday to the city’s stock exchange.
The deal for the 28-storey… Read More>>