Keppel Land and Wing Tai Land have teamed up to place the top bid of S$446.3 million ($327 million) on a prime residential site in the Serangoon Garden neighbourhood of Singapore, where the developers intend to build over 600 homes.
Kicking off today’s headlines, a Singaporean real estate investor finds the action a bit slow on Malaysia’s stock exchange, while Hong Kong’s housing market is so tough that agents have resorted to beating up uncooperative clients. Also in the news,… Read More>>
Greenland Group, which through its domestic and international acquisitions is rapidly establishing itself as one of China’s most aggressive real estate firms, this week announced that it was acquiring a residential site in downtown Shanghai for RMB 5.95 billion (US$979… Read More>>
China’s rebounding real estate market continues to drive up land prices, as a subsidiary of Singapore’s Wing Tai group recently set a new record by paying RMB 42,821 (US$7,028) per square metre of planned space for a plot near Xintiandi.