As discontent over the government’s extradition bill roiled the Hong Kong economy, and with mainland authorities keeping a tight clamp on cash, commercial real estate transaction volume fell over 42 percent in Hong Kong during the second quarter of this… Read More>>
China led all Asia Pacific markets in sales of income generating properties in 2018, taking the top spot for the second year in a row, according to a report by market data provider Real Capital Analytics (RCA).
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This week in Mingtiandi’s overview of personnel moves in Asia’s real estate sector we have tracked down recent changes across the fund management, listed trust and advisory worlds to bring you the latest updates on your former team mates, potential… Read More>>
Hong Kong shouldered aside Tokyo to take the crown as the most active metropolitan real estate investment market in Asia Pacific last year, with deals for income-producing assets jumping 39 percent year-on-year to $20.9 billion, according to a new report… Read More>>
Several high-profile property execs are changing jobs and updating their titles in this week’s edition of People in the News, with a real estate investment veteran joining a global private equity giant and a top property group gaining a new… Read More>>
As China clamps down on cross-border capital flows, sovereign wealth fund China Investment Corporation (CIC) has re-emerged this year as the country’s champion of overseas real estate investment. CIC now dominates the roster of mainland buyers of income-producing properties, with… Read More>>
At the top of today’s news, the world’s least affordable housing market worsened in Q2, with Hong Kong denizens now spending two-thirds of their incomes on mortgages. The city’s housing misery may be creating an opportunity for co-living entrepreneurs, as… Read More>>
China surpassed Canada as the top investor in US commercial real estate in the 12 months ending March 31st – pouring over $16.5 billion into properties in the world’s largest economy, according to a recent report.
At $60.9 billion, overall… Read More>>
Singaporean property developer Tuan Sing Holdings has agreed to purchase the Sime Darby Centre commercial building from Stephen Schwarzman’s Blackstone and Malaysia’s Sime Darby Group for S$365 million ($260 million), according to a statement from Tuan Sing to the Singapore… 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>>