In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, the trading prices of China’s high-yield dollar bonds near a record low as a loan boycott threatens to spread from homebuyers to construction firms. In Hong Kong, meanwhile, some apartment buyers face a… Read More>>
The Chinese appetite for American housing is sharper than ever, with Chinese topping the list of foreign homebuyers in the US for the fourth year in a row.
According to a recent survey of American realtors, people from mainland China,… Read More>>
A Chongqing-based developer has closed one of London’s biggest real estate acquisitions ever thanks to some help from Bank of China. Also in today’s headlines, the staff of fugitive billionaire Guo Wengui may be wishing they’d taken that job at… Read More>>
Chinese buyers purchased $27.3 billion in US residential property in the year to March, exceeding the value of the next four largest overseas investors combined in terms of dollar volume and making them the top cross-border buyer of American real… Read More>>
Chinese buyers bought more US homes, for more money, than any other foreign investors last year, as China’s wave of outbound investment continues to spread globally.
Home buyers from mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan together purchased $28.6 billion worth… Read More>>
Chinese purchases of US homes rose 19 percent during 2013 to total $22 billion in housing purchases. The surge in spending made China the leading foreign buyers of US homes with 24 percent of US housing purchases by foreign buyers… Read More>>
With Chinese purchases of overseas real estate putting upward pressure on many global real estate markets, it may be a matter of time before the US, Canada and Australia follow markets such as Hong Kong and Singapore in taxing purchases… Read More>>
The latest numbers on overseas purchases of US homes have just been published, and to no one’s surprise, there were more Chinese buyers in 2012 than in 2011. However, despite the many headlines about Chinese devouring US real estate, acquisitions… Read More>>
According to a recent report in the China Daily, Chinese real estate information provider Soufun is working with US marketers of real estate to bring wealthy Chinese buyers on tours of the US. The property junkets apparently target a combination… Read More>>