A price cut at a CK Asset project in Hong Kong leads today’s set of headlines from around Asia’s real estate industry as analysts ponder prospects for a developer price war. Also making the list is a debt restructuring plan… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Chinese developer Yuzhou points fingers at its own auditing firm after reporting a massive profit plunge, Canadian asset management giant Brookfield reportedly reaches a deal to buy the remaining stake owned by others… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Swire Pacific takes a second step into the mainland hospitals sector with a Shenzhen investment, shares of Australian casino giant Crown Resorts close higher than the implied price of Blackstone’s takeover bid, and… Read More>>
Members of the consortium that paid nearly $5.2 billion to purchase the Center on Hong Kong’s Queen’s Road in 2017 have been struggling in the city’s current market slowdown, but an announcement this week indicates that one of the wealthy… Read More>>
Developers from around the region are announcing 2018 results that range from good to bad this month, but few developers had it as tought as a major Hong Kong player which only sold one home last year, earning this story… Read More>>
Chinese developer Yuzhou Properties said on Monday it would buy seven mainland projects from competitor Coastal Greenland for RMB 3.8 billion ($591 million), according to a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange.
The portfolio, which spans more than 3.13… Read More>>
School’s out for summer across much of Asia, but many of the region’s real estate professionals are still learning new roles this week, according to our sources here at Mingtiandi. Leading the list of familiar faces headed for new places… Read More>>
Average home prices in China rose for the 10th straight month, according to a newly published report, but some analysts expect the rally could end as early as this quarter. Regionally, the slow-down in China’s overall economy is hurting builders… Read More>>
Some of China’s biggest property developers have launched more than $1.76 billion in share offerings in the past week as the country’s real estate firms take advantage of the current stock rally.
The share sales by Hong Kong-listed China Resources… Read More>>
Chinese developers have taken advantage of this year’s stock rally to launch more than $1.76 billion in share sales over the last week, providing a few lucky listed companies with powerful boosts to their beleaguered balance sheets.
The share offerings… Read More>>