Poly Australia, Shanghai-listed Poly Real Estate’s Australian arm, is looking for A-grade office investments in Melbourne’s CBD, according to The Australian. The news comes less than two months after the developer purchased a pair of buildings near Sydney’s Circular Quay… Read More>>
One of the region’s most loquacious mall developers has little good to say about the region’s retail market, China’s real estate recovery continues to spread from tier-one cities to areas just next to them, and Wang Jianlin makes a big… Read More>>
Officials from one of China’s biggest developers revealed late last week that they were cancelling plans for an 1100-unit residential project in Melbourne, Australia due to unforeseen delays in project approval.
However, Shanghai-based Greenland Group’s project in Melbourne’s Flemington area,… Read More>>
China’s second-largest developer gives up on a Melbourne project as it struggles to raise interest in its hotel REIT, and media in the UK reveals that an attempted Fosun acquisition was scuttled due to a lack of financial transparency. Meanwhile,… Read More>>
China’s stock markets had their shortest trading day in history today, which should leave investors more time to ponder overseas opportunities such as the three Melbourne acquisitions that happened over the Christmas holidays. Also, a Chinese investor plans to buck… Read More>>
Residents in one of Melbourne’s richest suburbs may have learned a new Chinese word recently, as one of China’s infamous “tuhao” knocked down a historic home in Toorak, Australia after buying it two years ago for $13.4 million cash.
Xiaoyan… Read More>>
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Chinese Buying 70% of High-End Vancouver Homes
Buyers from China “dominate” the luxury segment of Vancouver’s red-hot housing market, according to… Read More>>
Chinese property developer Dahua Group doubled down on Australian real estate this month when it acquired its second development site down under within 30 days.
The Shanghai-based real estate company this past week bought a residential site in suburban Melbourne… Read More>>
A surge in Australian home purchases by Chinese buyers has led Credit Suisse to predict that mainland investors will put A$60 billion ($47.6 billion) into housing down under over the next six years.
The projection is a major upward revision… Read More>>
Chinese real estate investment has spread from banks and sovereign wealth funds which bought trophy assets in the world’s biggest markets, to property developers looking for project opportunities in the world’s gateway cities.
Now according to a recently released report,… Read More>>