Hong Kong’s New World Development leads Mingtiandi’s review of the real estate news today with the developer buying back bonds amid a stock slide. Also in the headlines, Singapore launches a pair of residential site tenders and Hong Kong’s central… Read More>>
Another major mainland developer is going to offshore bond investors to ask for a restructuring of its payment obligations, with that story leading today’s set of real estate headlines from around Asia. Also in the news, Hong Kong slashes land… Read More>>
Hong Kong is setting up a new $8 billion municipal investment fund and has named an executive at the city’s de facto state bank as its first CEO, with that story leading Mingtiandi’s headline roundup today. Also in the news,… Read More>>
Healthcare leads today’s roundup of real estate headlines from around Asia as Singapore’s sovereign fund hooks up with a US private equity giant for a $72 million India investment. Also in the news, Hong Kong’s borrowers catch a break after… Read More>>
As Hong Kong’s residential market slides against a backdrop of rising interest rates, the city’s central banking authority has made it easier to buy a home by relaxing stress-testing rules.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority announced Friday that it was… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Hong Kong’s de facto central bank raises its base rate to the highest level since March 2008, prompting the city’s finance chief to issue a statement downplaying the likelihood of a sharp property… Read More>>
Leading today’s real estate news, US developer Hines has won a loan for an office project in northern India, while a Korean REIT buys up 20 floors of a central Seoul high rise.
Also in the headlines, Singapore’s Millennium &… Read More>>
Less than a year after Fosun saw its bet on the UK’s Thomas Cook end up in bankruptcy, the Shanghai-based investment firm is watching another bet on leisure spending head down the drain as creditors of Cirque du Soleil prepare… Read More>>
Hong Kong leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the news that the city’s monetary authority has bought a 25 percent stake in a commercial development in Sydney, spending $304 million overseas while protests continue… Read More>>
The era when Hong Kong residents loved buying — and living in — apartments the size of most kitchens found in ordinary US homes appears to be over. If ever there was an indicator that Hong Kong’s decade-plus run of… Read More>>