In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Hong Kong-listed Link REIT continues to diversify geographically with more Australian property buys, financial woes caused by COVID-19 are pushing firms out of Shanghai’s main business areas, and affiliated Thai companies scarf up… Read More>>
Today, Mingtiandi is trying out a new content type, with our introduction of a digest of mainland China real estate news stories curated from the local press.
We lead off today’s collection of headlines from around China,… Read More>>
India continues to make headlines this week as Brookfield strikes a deal to buy $2 billion in commercial assets from a Bengaluru-based developer, just days after Blackstone inked its own $1.6 billion deal.
Singapore’s Mapletree also unveiled… Read More>>
The novel coronavirus continues to create a new reality for real estate investment around the region, as a report reveals that one of Korea’s largest asset managers has defaulted on its obligations in a $5.8 billion acquisition of a set… Read More>>
China Evergrande has retained its crown as China’s largest developer during 2019, as measured by contracted sales attributed to shareholders, as the country’s residential sector endures a period of slower growth.
The Shenzhen-based company chaired by mainland billionaire Xu Jiayin… Read More>>
Shimao Property this week announced a new joint venture that will add 70 projects to the Hong Kong-listed developer’s pipeline.
At a press conference on Monday jointly organised with Fuzhou-based Fusheng Group, the two companies announced that they had established… Read More>>
Shimao Properties, mainland China’s eleventh largest developer by contracted sales, has agreed to pay RMB 850 million ($115 million) for a residential site in Beijing, according to the city’s Land Bureau.
The Hong Kong-listed developer controlled by tycoon Hui Wing… Read More>>
Troubled mainland developer Tahoe Group on 27 April announced to the Shenzhen stock exchange that it has agreed to sell a 49 percent stake in a mixed-use project in Hangzhou, the capital of China’s Zhejiang province to Shimao Properties for… Read More>>
Editor’s note: This article provides a review of local media coverage of recent land purchases by developers in mainland China, along with related research and statistics, with the goal of providing observers and analysts with insights into changes in developer… Read More>>
Country Garden Holdings was China’s top developer in 2018, as measured by sales contracts, maintaining its hold on the top spot for the second consecutive year in a year marked by consolidation among mainland developers.
The Guangdong-based builder chaired by… Read More>>