In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Singapore’s Ho Bee Land posts a six-month loss tied to the falling value of its London properties, and Chinese developer Fantasia’s shares tumble after a long trading halt. Also making the list are… Read More>>
This week’s overview of personnel changes from around the region starts out with a pair of quick departures from a defaulting Vietnamese real estate developer. Also making our list is a new director at a casino operators, an expanded role… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, insurance giant Ping An increases its investment in real estate while reducing exposure to developers, and Australia’s Star Entertainment Group markets one of its Gold Coast hotels.
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Just over a year after buying a landmark office building in London for £718 million (then $972 million), Singapore’s Ho Bee Land is selling off assets in its home market with the stock exchange having recently queried the developer over… Read More>>
Strong home sales at development projects delivered a boost to the full-year results of Singapore-based builders UOL Group and Ho Bee Land as the city-state’s housing market soared in 2022.
UOL, the developer controlled by the Wee family behind United… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a leading Chinese economist says the government will act to correct past policies and halt the property market slump, and Singaporean developer Ho Bee Land warns of a significant profit drop.
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, earnings at Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing’s flagship companies beat views, Singapore’s Ho Bee Land books a gain on a property divestment in Germany, and China’s property woes eat into insurer Ping An’s… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Chinese developers struggle to sell homes despite the government’s recent relaxation measures, a freehold residential building in Singapore changes hands for $20 million, and listings firm PropertyGuru posts strong revenue growth as profit… Read More>>
Asian acquisitions of London commercial properties are reaching the highest levels of the market, with Singapore’s Ho Bee Land announcing this morning that it has agreed to purchase the Scalpel office tower in the UK capital’s primary business district for… Read More>>
Real estate magnate Chua Thian Poh has officially handed day to day control of listed developer Ho Bee Land to his son Nicholas Chua, as the luxury residential developer prepares for a new generation of leadership.
Also known as Chua… Read More>>