Cao Qian

Business Reporter
Property

Tightening policies slow down new home price growth in top tier cities

New home prices in China's first and second-tier cities rose at a slower pace in July amid strictly enforced tightening policies, official data showed today.
Property

New home sales continue pace for first seven months

Sales of new homes continued to gain momentum in the first seven months of this year, data released today by the National Bureau of Statistics showed.
Property

New home sales fall for first time in 4 weeks

New home sales in Shanghai fell for the first time in four weeks with medium to high-end houses remaining popular among buyers, the latest market data showed.
Property

Abundant new supply continues to boost new home market

Shanghai's new housing market continued its rally last week with transaction volume remaining above the 200,000-square-meter threshold.
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Abundant supply boosts new housing market for July

Abundant new supply coupled with strong sentiment in the medium to high-end segment significantly boosted Shanghai's new housing market in July, the latest industry data showed.
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Shared offices take up double the space this year

Space absorption by co-working operators at Grade A buildings in Shanghai's CBD areas nearly doubled in the first half of this year, Colliers International said in a recent report.  
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Weekly new home sales highest of the year

Weekly sales of new homes rose to the highest level this year in Shanghai amid continuously recovering supply, the latest market data showed.
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City's efforts to reform housing sector paying off

Shanghai made steady progress in the first six months of the year on its plan to build a housing system beneficial to both buyers and renters.
Property

Shanghai new home sales double amid surge in supply

The area of new residential properties sold  jumped 109.3 percent to 197,000 square meters during the seven-day period ending Sunday.
Property

New generation office brand to open by year's end

China Xintiandi, a subsidiary of Shui On Land, said the first batch of INNO projects will initially open in Nanjing and Shanghai during the second half of this year.
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