The Evergrande dumpster fire continues to command Asia’s real estate news cycle with Reuters reporting that the developer’s discussions with Guangzhou’s Yuexiu Property for a $1.7 billion purchase of the Evergrande Hong Kong headquarters have fallen through. Also, China’s central… Read More>>
Shenzhen auctioned off five residential land parcels to a pack of 80 project-hungry developers on Monday, bringing in a total of RMB 22.4 billion ($3.2 billion) for southern China’s top tech hub.
The city’s first residential land sale of 2019… Read More>>
Trade wars may be jarring financial markets in Hong Kong and mainland China this week, but the market for mainland developer debt appears to be improving, with one of the major international ratings agencies predicting happier financial times ahead.
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In early April, some of mainland China’s largest real estate developers continue to issue new dollar bonds as a spring sales recovery boosts demand for cash. Both Evergrande and Sunac made the headlines with their sales of $2 billion and… Read More>>
Guangzhou-based Yuexiu Property this month issued an announcement to the Hong Kong Exchange, saying the company intends to dispose of its 100 percent equity interest in its subsidiary Guangzhou Yuehui Property, which holds Yuexiu Fortune World Plaza in Guangzhou’s Liwan… Read More>>
A Hong Kong-listed construction company is buying a newly completed apartment building in Kowloon for HK$820 million ($104.8 million), from Guangzhou-based Yuexiu Property, even as Hong Kong’s housing market has begun to show signs of cooling over the summer.
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Today’s news features couples in China turning to divorce to buy homes in the country’s overheated real estate market, while mainland malls hope to forge new marriages by providing entertainment activities for those on blind dates. Among the more serious… Read More>>
Yuexiu Property yesterday announced that it is selling a minority stake in a project in Guangzhou to a subsidiary of Ping An Real Estate for RMB 2.3 billion ($359 million).
The two government-linked mainland firms have entered into a preliminary… Read More>>
China’s most indebted developer continues its expansion campaign by taking a stake in a Shenyang bank, while mainland developers buy up new projects in Brooklyn and Sydney as profits back home take a beating. Read on for all these stories… Read More>>
CSI Properties became the latest Hong Kong-listed developer to head to the equity markets for new capital today when the company announced a HK$442.4 million (US$71.98 million) placement of new shares.
The developer controlled by Mico Chung Cho-yee said that… Read More>>