Just last week, the world-renowned business magazine Fortune let us in on a secret — Greentown Group is the most successful real estate developer in China. For those of us covering China’s real estate market, this is nearly as big… Read More>>
Here is a list of the day’s latest China real estate news collected from around the web:
China’s General Administration of Customs announced on Sunday that exports had… Read More>>
Cash-strapped real estate developer Greentown China is selling a 2.13 percent stake to Hong Kong’s Wharf and Wheelock for HK$181 million (RMB 148.32 mil), according to an announcement from the buyers on Friday.
The purchase price for the 34,888,500 Greentown China… Read More>>
As the restrictions on China’s residential real estate market continue to hit home, two more privately owned developers filed for bankruptcy last week. These latest filings follow soon after Hangzhou Glory Real Estate filed for relief from its creditors on… Read More>>
The extent to which China’s real estate restrictions are forcing consolidation in the industry was underlined yesterday when debt-saddled developer Greentown announced that its Greentown Plaza project in Shanghai’s Hongqiao area would be sold to SOHO China for RMB 2.14… Read More>>
On Thursday, the city of Wuhu in eastern China’s Anhui province reversed some of the restrictions on residential real estate transactions, becoming the first city in 2012 to attempt to revive its sagging property market.
According to a statement on… Read More>>
In a report today on the Wall Street Journal, Esther Fung looks into the strange partnership of China real estate developers Fosun and SOHO for a site on Shanghai’s Bund.
As announced recently by SOHO, and subsequently denounced by Fosun,… Read More>>
Following China’s clampdown on traditional funding for speculative real estate ventures, developers facing a financing gap estimated at US$111 billion are setting up their own funds in an effort to keep afloat.
About $2.2 billion of… Read More>>
Carnivorous real estate developer SOHO China announced on December 29th that it would buy a 50% stake in a commercial property project on Shanghai’s Bund, only to have rival developer Fosun announce its right to block the proposed deal on… Read More>>