CHINA’S appetite for global real estate investment continued to be strong in the first quarter of this year despite a government pledge to monitor capital outflow. Chinese mainland investors, however,
WELL begun is half done — and old saying that means start well and the rest will come.
And a blissful start for newcomers to Shanghai doesn’t come better than a luxury downtown residence with 24x7 attentive
TRADITIONAL real estate sectors in China — such as retail, office and residential — continue to find liquidity and appeal among investors.
This presumes that access and exit are clear and the institutional
SHANGHAI Centre’s Byron Kan and Grand Gateway 66’s Rico Yip reveal what makes two of the city’s best-known commercial developments tick and look at challenges ahead.
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THE award-winning Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group marked its Shanghai debut with a masterpiece of contemporary luxury overlooking the city’s renowned waterfront in spring 2013.
Mandarin Oriental Executive
FOREIGN investment in real estate has long been a politically and financially contentious issue in Australia.
However, there is bipartisan political support for allowing overseas investment in real estate.
THE same week the legendary American investor Warren Buffett put his California vacation house on the market, a friend told me her widowed mother had sold the family home in Cleveland.
IN their struggle to cool red-hot property prices, Australia’s authorities are ratcheting up measures that could dent the whole market but are avoiding more targeted steps that have had some success in