Hot sale of new homes in HK

During Easter holiday, the sale is good except the secondary home sale Developers offloaded 740 units in Easter break, primary residential market was very hot with the sale from two Tseung Kwan O projects, Twin Peaks and Hemera. The new flats have reportedly… Continue Reading →

Thousand flats are coming soon in Hong Kong

Developers are set to launch several new projects, catch many people attention. Hong Kong is not a big city but it seems has a large carrying capacity. Recently, land limited problem become serious. Lots of citizens worried about land may not have enough… Continue Reading →

Mixed signals on China flats market

China developers are going through the storm Quick fact: China’s states income is so deeply linked together in the need for rising land prices that policy efforts to try to curb the house market create an inherent conflict of interest…. Continue Reading →

China developer builds at tough time

As China’s economic growth rate continues to slow, we can expect the demand on domestic property in China still has a rocky road to go. However, the growth of China is the engine of economic recovery in 2015. Hong Kong… Continue Reading →

Mainland China flat sales golden at tier 2 cities

As liquidity is quite tight on the mainland, developers need to boost the sales of their project for cash. Potential home flat buyers are hesitating because they expect further discount and attractive terms. Source: The Standard Finance Second-tier mainland cities… Continue Reading →

Speculation Fear as Mainland China eases mortgage curbs

After years of increasing lending into mainland China, Hong Kong’s banks are reporting rising levels of souring debt, prompting worries among some analysts that Hong Kong’s smaller banks may need to raise additional capital. Real-estate sector companies continue to tap… Continue Reading →

In Hong Kong, momentum of flat-buying gathers

Fast-selling new home flats last weekend could be a sign of an upturn in the property market. Leasing demand in the urban district is strong and rental yield could reach 3 per cent. Source: The Standard Finance Nearly 300 new… Continue Reading →

Interbank link for China’s developers

The new easing funding rules are expected to benefit mainland-listed companies more because onshore borrowings are more expensive. However, the new fund is restricted to buy land that is developers want to do mostly. Source: The Standard Finance China is… Continue Reading →

Mainland China developers riding out turbulence

More Chinese small-to-medium property developers have filed for bankruptcy, as failures ripple through small real-estate companies after more than two years of measures aimed at curbing home prices in China. Source: The Standard Finance Mainland developers faced strong turbulence in… Continue Reading →

China Home Prices Fall in Majority of Cities on Weak Demand

The average price of new homes in China fell for a third straight month in July, declining nearly twice as fast as in June, as property developers further cut prices in response to a market downturn. Source: Bloomberg hong Kong… Continue Reading →

Hong Kong property stocks up to 0.3% w/w till June

A growing number of Hong Kong households expects home prices to rise, and these optimistic households are seen as the ones behind the recent house price recovery, observes an analysis. Source: The Hong Kong Business They outperformed the HSI and… Continue Reading →

Property sales power up Shui On Land (HSI:0272) profit

The company reported pretax profit of HK$5.98 billion for the year ended 31 December 2013, compared to HK$4.57 billion, prior year. Profit to shareholders increased to HK$2.66 billion from HK$2.49 billion. Earnings per share was HK$0.35, compared to HK$0.36. A… Continue Reading →

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