While Hong Kong may have distinguished itself as the least affordable place to own a home, residents of the Asian financial capital may take some comfort from the news that their city ranks only third in the world for degree… Read More>>
Chinese capital has been a growing force in both corporate real estate investments and individual home purchases in recent years, but things may look very different in the rooster year. The leading headlines this morning all attempt to figure out… Read More>>
2016 was supposed to be the year that Hong Kong housing prices began to tumble, but the only thing falling seems to be new sales records for expensive flats, as an independent survey shows the city’s homes to be the… Read More>>
China’s third largest developer is now targetting another overseas market, as Country Garden announced plans to move into India. Also in the headlines today, China Oceanwide agrees to buy tech media group IDG, and CapitaLand has a new commercial project… Read More>>
Colliers International has added to its services to Hong Kong office tenants and corporate clients by bringing on board Truddy Cheung as Head of Workplace and Change Management for the city.
Colliers’ hire of the qualified architect allows the property… Read More>>
The Gaw family’s Pioneer Global Group has sold a commercial building near Hong Kong’s Central district for HK$1 billion ($128.96 million), according to a recent announcement to the Hong Kong stock exchange signed by Pioneer’s managing director, Kenneth Gaw.
The… Read More>>
As cross-border apartment buying continues to gain favor among Asian investors, Colliers International has brought on board a new head of sales for its International Properties team in Hong Kong.
James Hall joins the global property consultancy in Hong Kong… Read More>>
The first sale of a plot of commercial land in Hong Kong’s central business district in more than 20 years is expected to stir up a bidding war that could bring offers of as much as HK$17 billion ($2.2 billion)… Read More>>
DTZ/Cushman & Wakefield has hired Reed Hatcher to serve as the real estate agency heavweight’s head of research for Hong Kong. The former CBRE executive will be relocating to the city to assume his new duties starting in early January,… Read More>>
Just two years ago Hong Kong’s students were taking to the streets to protest their lack of electoral choices, but the next round of riots could come from CFOs struggling to pay the city’s world-leading office rents.
Grade A office… Read More>>