University halls lead the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that a Seoul-based bank has spent $325 million in a JV with a US company to acquire 3,275 student housing beds in the… Read More>>
In this week’s edition of Mingtiandi’s People in the News, the CEO of Zhenro Properties has resigned due to “other work commitments”, while Manulife US REIT has appointed a new chief financial officer.
In other people moves around the region,… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed Shui On Land agreed to pay a combined RMB 5.74 billion ($820 million) for a pair of Shanghai development sites last week, picking up one each on Thursday and on Friday.
The two new sites include a 15,258… Read More>>
The struggles of Asia’s wealthiest city continue to dominate real estate news from around the region today as home prices in Hong Kong fell by 1.4 percent in August – their fastest decline of 2019. The performance by the Greater… Read More>>
Representatives of some of Asia’s biggest real estate developers, investors and service providers will be gathering in Shanghai next week for the Urban Land Institute’s Asia Pacific Summit 2019.
The event, which is organised annually by the property industry non-profit,… Read More>>
In this week’s edition of People in the News, a major Singapore developer and investor names a new group chief executive officer, while a senior vice president is appointed at the sovereign wealth fund. Elsewhere, there are movers and shakers… Read More>>
Vietnam, Los Angeles, and Shanghai all make a showing in today’s top real estate news from Asia with an account of a top US private equity firm looking to cash in on a Vietnam retail property leading the list.
In… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed developer Shui On Land has announced that it is partnering with two insurance giants to invest in commercial real estate ventures in China as it continues to lean on financial services companies to rebuild its mainland portfolio.
The… Read More>>
The markets may be slowing down in Hong Kong and mainland China but developers and real estate service providers in the region must still be confident in the long-term picture, as they continue to reward their top performers with new… Read More>>
Malaysia may have less population than any province in China, but the Southeast Asian nation is set to have a major impact on the mainland’s biggest real estate developer, according to today’s headlines in the region. Also in the news,… Read More>>