Developers KWG Property Holdings and Longfor Properties have become the latest mainland home builders to buy into Hong Kong’s Kai Tak area after a HK$7.3 billion ($938 million) joint bid by the two developers won a residential site in the… Read More>>
Donald Trump got himself elected president by conjuring up wetbacks under the bed, so why can’t China solve its housing bubble by blaming rumour-mongering agents and developers? Trump-inspired or not, the Chinese government is cracking down on developers and property… Read More>>
Once again, Dalian Wanda chairman Wang Jianlin is China’s richest man with an estimated net worth of $33 billion. However, among China’s top property barons, it’s the prominent role of baronesses that makes the country’s real estate industry look like… Read More>>
Stories of China’s glut of shopping malls rank only slightly behind headlines about its housing bubble for mainland property horror stories, but CPPIB seems to believe there might still be a happy ending for investments in China’s retail real estate… Read More>>
In today’s news, China continues its property market crackdown with the housing ministry looking for nine types of misconduct carried out by real estate developers. Meanwhile, Longfor Properties expects its financing costs to drop below five percent by the end… Read More>>
Leading today’s Asia real estate news is a deal in Chicago, as China’s richest man gets started on that city’s third tallest building, while back in the old world top-five mainland developer Country Garden goes after another megaproject in a… Read More>>
China’s latest round of market data has been released, showing average home prices grew in fewer cities in July after housing sales restrictions were adopted in more cities. Also in the news, Evergrande continues its pursuit of a larger stake… Read More>>
This week in Greater China’s community of property professionals, a Swiss bank steals talent from Xintiandi, a long-time Temasek man moves up the chain, and some agency veterans head for greener pastures. Read on for the all the details.
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China’s listed property developers are issuing their financial results for the first half of 2015, and the reports show an industry continuing to consolidate, even as the housing market rebounds.
With more than 60 property firms having reported on their… Read More>>
The people of Canada are now joining with a Chinese real estate developer to build a 735,000 square metre real estate project – or at least their pensions are.
According to a joint statement this week from the Canada Pension… Read More>>