Collapsing hotel bookings lead the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that hoteliers in Hong Kong could see their revenues halved, according to ratings agency S&P, as visitors stay away from the… Read More>>
A former British travel agency leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that a mainland China conglomerate is set to take a $1.5 billion hit after the tour operator’s collapse.
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A retail slump in Hong Kong, recovering home sales in China and an ongoing hunger for data centres lead today’s collection of real estate news from around Asia.
Months of protests in Hong Kong are adding to misery initially driven… Read More>>
Singapore-listed OUE Group has sold a trophy home in the most elite enclave of the city’s ultra rich to its executive chairman, Stephen Riady for S$95 million ($68 million), according to a stock exchange announcement.
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Caffeine wars lead the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today as China’s pretender to the Starbucks throne roasted $92 million this past quarter in a bid to catch up with the US coffee titan.
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At the top of today’s real estate headlines from around the region, China’s HNA Group is adding a Harbin hotel project and 19 other assets to a list of items it hopes to sell off as the conglomerate continues to… Read More>>
Singapore’s shift from a housing boom to a condo sale bust leads the region’s real estate headlines today as sales of new, private homes in the city-state dropped by nearly two-thirds in August. Also, making the news, JLL thinks the… Read More>>
Singapore’s sales of new homes residential sales plummeted 41.7 percent in June compared to July, with the slump in transaction volumes coming just before city authorities boosted the stamp duty on home purchases by as much as 50 percent as… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup, China’s biggest developer by sales announced a $3 billion fund-raising plan to repay debt — and promptly took a beating on the Hong Kong stock exchange due to the dilution of its existing shares. Singapore housing continues… Read More>>
Even in the midst of one of China’s biggest property boom cycles ever, there are still those companies that can’t make money, as Greenland Group revealed this week in its interim financial report. Also in the news, GLP sells off… Read More>>