China’s investments in Australia’s property market have often been hailed by politicians as a source of economic growth for the country, but reports this month indicate that the activities of at least two mainland developers may also have had direct… Read More>>
Guangzhou R&F, already one of China’s most prolific cross-border real estate investors has made a bold gamble in the Australian property market by paying a local developer triple the price that it had paid two years earlier for a site… Read More>>
Developers Dalian Wanda and Guangzhou R&F Properties could be among the first batch of companies to list on mainland exchanges as China’s government prepares to re-open new stock market listings following this summer’s crash.
The domestic stock market listings could… Read More>>
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R&F Properties Launches 600-Condo Brisbane Project
Brisbane City Council has approved a new luxury 30-storey apartment complex in South Brisbane called… Read More>>
Chinese developer Country Garden is restarting work on a scaled back version of a residential real estate project in southern Malaysia’s Johor state after complaints from local citizens and the Singapore government.
Country Garden’s Forest City development was originally planned… Read More>>
Earlier this month Guangzhou R&F acquired its fourth project in California, and made its fifteenth overseas deal as the Guangdong-based player transforms itself into one of the most aggressive global investors among China’s real estate developers.
During the first week… Read More>>
China’s outbound investment wave continued to flow into Sydney as buyers from the mainland and Hong Kong acquired more than $1.23 billion worth of major assets during the last two months of 2014.
Most of the investors were major mainland… Read More>>
Chinese investors have bought a number of high profile overseas assets in recent years, including dropping $500 million for a yacht maker, and buying the Chase Manhattan building in New York for $725 million. Now one Beijing-based entrepreneur has bought… Read More>>
The combined pressures of higher debt and slowing sales for China’s real estate developers led a major ratings agency to downgrade the credit prospects of Fantasia Holdings, Guangzhou R&F, and Greentown China during the last month.
Moody’s Investor Services downgraded… Read More>>
Credit ratings agency Moody’s predicts continued revenue struggles for China’s property developers in the second quarter of 2014, after the industry’s sales dropped an average of 7.7 percent in the first three months of the year.
“The weak contracted sales… Read More>>