China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) has announced to the Shanghai Stock Exchange that it will accept debt financing of up to RMB 6 billion ($870 million) from Ping An Asset Management, the second-largest shareholder in the developer and a unit… Read More>>
China’s top two developers saw their profits grow by at least 50 percent in the first half of the year, according to financial results released this week.
Guangdong-based Country Garden and Shenzhen’s Evergrande, China’s two largest real estate developers in… Read More>>
Most of the region had the day off on Tuesday, but Asia’s real estate investors and developers seem to have stayed on the job as we lead off today’s news with reports of Fosun opening the doors to its $1.7… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup, mainland developer China Oceanwide Holdings has topped out its billion-dollar mixed-use development in downtown Los Angeles, after acquiring the site in 2013. Meanwhile, back in Asia, Singapore’s real estate recovery has spread to the retail sector, as… Read More>>
At the top of the news today, Xi Jinping’s plan to build a new city outside Beijing is being touted as China’s biggest infrastructure project ever. Also in the news, stock investors hope to get rich off of Evergrande’s re-listing… Read More>>
Thanks to a year of super-charged real estate sales, Evergrande Group unseated 2015 champion China Vanke to become the mainland’s largest property developer by sales for 2016.
The shift in the top ranks of China’s homebuilders came as the three… Read More>>
Wednesday is here and today’s headlines are all about the money. More details have emerged about Evergrande’s $33.9 billion backdoor listing on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange while China Cinda has become the largest shareholder in Modern Land, a mainland developer… Read More>>
Investors betting that the Singapore housing market had hit bottom got a rude surprise in today’s headlines, as home prices dropped by 1.5 percent in September from August. Also in the news, mainland authorities have singled out Evergrande and China… Read More>>
China’s most highly leveraged developer has a new custodian for its growing stack of financial obligations, as Evergrande Real Estate moved out its former CFO in favor of understudy Pan Darong.
Pan took on the role of chief financial officer… Read More>>
Some of the world’s biggest real estate investors may be competing for a rare chance for a $1.8 billion stake in one of India biggest property developers, while back in China the government is setting out new rules for foreign… Read More>>