Two powerful forces continue to affect the commercial real estate industry: the steadily strengthening winds of technological change, driven by a customer base that is increasingly accustomed to instant digital experiences at their fingertips; and the sudden storm of… Read More>>
Bangalore, Singapore, and Shenzhen lead a list of top locations for high tech companies to set up shop in Asia, according to a report released this week by property consultancy Colliers International.
The trio of cities representing mainland China, Southeast… Read More>>
Greenland Group has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Suzhou government to invest over RMB 100 billion ($14.55 billion) into a series of real estate projects pegged to promote artificial intelligence, high technology and new buildings in the eastern… Read More>>
After failed attempts to sell Evergrande-branded cooking oil and bottled water, Chinese property tycoon Xu Jiayin has fixed on AI and quantum physics as the newest business opportunities for the country’s second-ranked home builder by contracted sales.
Xu’s Evergrande Group… Read More>>
The first survey of tech adoption by Asia’s real estate industry is well underway and already more than 200 Mingtiandi users have shared their ideas on the status of technology adoption in the sector, and which way property companies are… Read More>>
Technology is changing the way that companies and consumers invest in real estate globally, and in Asia, this means that a wave of disruption that has already up-ended many other sectors is now coming to one of the region’s most… Read More>>
Investment in real estate technology companies reached $1.9 billion globally in 2015, and grew 36 percent to $2.6 billion in 2016, as startups begin to disrupt the traditional property industry.
For property investment in Asia, however, adoption of… Read More>>
Dalian Wanda Group is still licking its wounds after Tencent and Baidu walked away from the trio’s $3 billion ffan.com ecommerce joint venture in August. However, the conglomerate controlled by China’s richest man may not be quite ready to fold… Read More>>
Listening to downloaded music has been around for decades, but now – thanks to a Guangdong-based architecture firm – you can see the music that you’re downloading. (But only if you’re walking past the headquarters of the right online music company… Read More>>
Today I’m rolling out a new version of Mingtiandi with a range of content, design and technology improvements that will bring you more real estate information, make stories easier to find, and deliver that content faster whether you are working… Read More>>