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Housing prices remain 'generally' stable across China

Housing prices in China remained generally stable in October as the domestic residential market continued to cool down amid strictly enforced tightening measures.
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Shanghai among most prepared cities in Asia-Pacific

Shanghai is the third most prepared city in the Asia-Pacific, following Singapore and Melbourne, according to Cushman & Wakefield's inaugural "The Prepped Cities Index."
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China's home prices stable on tight regulation

Home prices in major Chinese cities remained stable in October as local governments continued with tight property regulation, data showed Thursday.
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Weakness extends over Shanghai's existing home market

Weakness extended in the city's existing housing market for the 11th straight month with no sign for a major recovery anytime soon.
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Raffles City to expand with acquisition of twin towers

CapitaLand announced today that it has acquired Shanghai's tallest twin towers in conjunction with Singapore's sovereign wealth fund GIC for 12.8 billion yuan (US$1.84 billion).
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Weak sentiment in new home sales continues

Weak sentiment among new home buyers extended for another week in Shanghai amid zero new supply, the latest market data showed.
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New home sales plunge due to buyers' sluggish sentiment

The area of new residential properties sold plunged 37.8 percent from a week earlier to about 89,000 square meters during the seven days to Sunday.
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Mapletree unveils revamped logistics park in Pudong

Mapletree unveiled today the first phase of its latest redevelopment Mapletree Ouluo Logistics Park in Shanghai's Pudong New Area.
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New home sales in retreat, but prices gain

The area of new residential properties sold fell 23.1 percent from September but the average cost of a new home jumped 17.3 percent.
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China remains committed to home market regulation

Recent data on home sales and prices show the government is unwavering in its property market regulation despite concerns about a policy loosening amid rising downward pressures.
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