Real Estate


Pre-owned home sales rise moderately

SALES of pre-occupied homes rose moderately in Shanghai last month but were still below the 20,000-unit level, while prices remained generally stable. Around 11,600 pre-owned homes changed hands in November, ...

December 13, 2017, Wednesday


New homes sold fall 16.3% in Shanghai

NEW home buying sentiment continued to decline in Shanghai last week despite a major rebound in supply, the latest market data suggested. The area of new homes sold, excluding government-subsidized affordable ...

December 12, 2017, Tuesday


Sluggish view halts rally again

Extremely sluggish sentiment among buyers took over Shanghai's new housing market again, terminating a two-week rally that pushed seven-day sales very close to the 100,000-square-meter threshold....

December 5, 2017, Tuesday


HK’s housing deals fall

Hong Kong’s Land Registry yesterday said that 7,601 sale and purchase agreements for all building units were recorded in November, up 7.6 percent on October....

December 5, 2017, Tuesday


HK crowned as world’s most costly office location

HONG Kong has replaced London's West End as the world's most expensive office location as costs in the UK capital fell amid currency depreciation, global property consultancy Cushman & Wakefield said ...

December 5, 2017, Tuesday


Shanghai’s new home sales keep double-digit gain

SHANGHAI’S new home sales maintained double-digit growth last week amid a major rebound in new supply, weekly market data released yesterday showed....

November 28, 2017, Tuesday


Asia Pacific leads proptech start-ups growth

Asia Pacific has seen its share of property technology, or proptech, rise with start-ups receiving more than 60 percent of the over US$7.8 billion invested in them worldwide since 2013, newest findings...

November 27, 2017, Monday


House ban won’t cause price collapse

New Zealand’s proposal to ban foreigners from buying existing homes will not cause house prices to collapse, insisted Trade Minister David Parker, but it has to be fast tracked to beat restrictions in...

November 27, 2017, Monday


Aussie building boom creates brick shortage

On the edges of Sydney, where Australia’s biggest city is sprawling across paddocks and market gardens, demand for new homes is running harder than tradesmen can lay bricks....

November 27, 2017, Monday


Buyer buys 2 apartments for eye-popping US$149m

HOME may be where the heart is, but in Hong Kong it comes at a record price — more than US$71 million for a single apartment. A well-heeled buyer snapped up two adjacent mountain-top pads — each over ...

November 22, 2017, Wednesday




 

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