A scandal-ridden mainland insurance company leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that the Beijing-based firm is ready to brave New York’s luxury condo downturn with a plan to launch sales of… 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>>
Developed markets maintain the broadest appeal to investors in Asia Pacific real estate markets, with Melbourne, Australia being selected as city with the most appealing prospects for property investment, according to the latest Emerging Trends in Real Estate Asia Pacific… Read More>>
Sydney and Melbourne dominate the list of investors’ favourite real estate markets in Asia Pacific, while the region’s biggest buyers of property rekindle a romance with Singapore, according to a recent survey of industry experts.
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As we move into May the Asia Pacific region’s crew of property professionals continue to find new and more challenging roles. Topping this week’s list is an executive at the world’s largest asset manager who now adds COO to his… Read More>>
If you think that China’s first-tier cities such as Shenzhen and Shanghai are still the top bets for real estate investment in Asia, think again. The “Emerging Trends in Real Estate Asia Pacific 2017”, a real estate forecast jointly published… Read More>>
What do Blackstone, Dalian Wanda, Brookfield and Fosun International all have in common? They are among the big name players who have invested billions of dollars into India’s real estate market. And it looks as if they are not the… Read More>>
Real estate prices in Nanjing have risen more than 36 percent in the last year and in Xiamen the cost of a new home has shot up by over 44 percent in the same period as the Chinese government has… Read More>>
Dr Ngee Huat Seek, chairman of Global Logistic Properties and former president of GIC Real Estate has been named chairman of the Asia Pacific region for the Urban Land Institute (ULI), according to a statement released by the real estate… Read More>>
Property values will increasingly be driven by public transportation, rather than interest rates as more and more people jam themselves into the world’s cities, says Rob Speyer, CEO of US developer Tishman Speyer. Addressing the annual ULI Asia Pacific Summit… Read More>>