The real estate unit of mainland e-commerce giant JD.com says it is teaming up with more than 200 Chinese property developers to offer homes at half their market value for the Singles’ Day online shopping festival coming up next month.
Mainland e-commerce giant JD.com and Internet security provider Qihoo 360 Technology have agreed to buy a combined HK$491 million ($62.87 million) stake in Shenzhen-based residential property manager Colour Life, according to a statement to the stock exchange by the Hong Kong-listed… Read More>>
Chinese e-commerce giant JD Group has bought an aging landmark hotel in Beijing for RMB 2.68 billion ($396 million), with the world’s third-largest Internet firm saying that it plans to convert the facility for business and R&D use.
Beijing-based JD Group… Read More>>
JD.com this week announced a partnership with one of China’s biggest housing brokers, 5i5j, to make it easier for the nearly 500,000 monthly visitors to China’s second largest ecommerce player to buy and lease homes online.
The two parties signed… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s glamorous Gaws lead the region’s real estate news again today as sources confirm that a deal to back an HK$15 billion acquisition of a pair of Quarry Bay buildings is moving forward. JD.com makes another of its frequent… Read More>>
Australia and Thailand lead today’s hottest real estate news stories from around the region as warehouse developer ESR wins another battle in its plan to expand its shed empire and a Singaporean developer goes hotel shopping in Perth. Back in… Read More>>
Leading today’s property news from around the region, one of America’s best known entrepreneurs crossed the front lines of the current trade war to purchase an 860,000 square metre Shanghai site, as Tesla gears up to start production in China.
Online, offline and new skyscrapers all get some ink in today’s real estate news as a mainland home -sharing platform aims to raise $200 million from GIC, a Foster+Partners project breaks ground in Shanghai and KPMG predicts big things for… Read More>>
China’s second largest e-commerce retailer JD.com is planning to open 1,000 online to offline supermarkets in the next three to five years, stepping up its competition with Alibaba and Tencent to dominate the mainland grocery business.
Wang Xiaosong, CEO of… Read More>>
India may be the hottest market for some international real estate investors this year, but that doesn’t mean that everyone who enters the market will win, as US financial giant JP Morgan decides to give up and go home after… Read More>>