China may be clamping down on home prices this year, but the government hasn’t been able to keep the housing market out of the headlines, especially not with the news this weekend that home prices continued to rise by double… Read More>>
Today’s headlines feature a lot of persistence. Property developers in Beijing were not deterred by new rules for land auctions finding a way to easily circumvent them while Evergrande continues to be persistent in its efforts to buy shares in… 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>>
The latest mainland economic data has been released and the figures seem to show an end to China’s property recovery and raise questions about how some areas of the country will cope with lingering oversupply. Also in the news, Evergrande… Read More>>
Fewer mainland cities saw housing prices rise in June as home purchase restrictions spread into second tier cities. In Hong Kong, the office market may be headed down on sliding demand, while Shanghai’s housing market could face a shortage of… Read More>>
The latest numbers on mainland property investment and homes sales are in, with the Chinese real estate market showing signs of cooling down after a torrid first half. Meanwhile, the region’s biggest REIT goes green for a $500 million bond,… Read More>>
China’s housing recovery continued to spread in April, as 65 out of 70 cities included in an official survey reporting higher average home prices compared to March.
Despite new home purchase restrictions that went into effect at the end of… Read More>>
In a sign of real estate policy tightening outside of China’s first-tier cities, Suzhou’s city government has responded to rocketing prices in its land and property markets by calling off land auctions and preparing a series of sales restrictions to… Read More>>
China’s largest cities continued to reap the largest share of the country’s housing rebound during November as home prices rose by an average of 17.9 percent in Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen, compared to the same month a year ago…. Read More>>
The average price of a new home in China went up by 0.2 percent in October, but that’s only if you don’t count most of the housing being sold.
The latest figures from China’s National Bureau of Statistics were published… Read More>>