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Chinas Heavy Property Market Is Pulling the Whole Economy Down
China’s economy is running at its slowest rate for more than two decades – and the cause is likely to be the country’s slipping property market.
Can Hong Kongs Property Market Weather The Storm
Hong Kong’s residential property market has risen for the last four years, becoming a byword for market overheat – and for housing unaffordability. But it’s now threatened by a severe price correction.
Half of Chinas Wealthiest Citizens Are Planning to Emigrate Within five Years
Just under 50% of China’s wealthiest are planning a move abroad within the next five years, according to figures released by Barclays bank.
Chinese Property Prices Are Falling
Most of us can remember back ten years to when every magazine in the newsagents carried banner headlines about China’s blistering 30-plus percent economic growth, or advising their readers to learn Mandarin (still good advice).
Hong Kong Running Out of Office Space
Hong Kong’s office rents have fallen by over 20% from their 2008 peak, but Hong Kong remains one of the priciest places in the world to rent or buy a business address.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Makes Housing Promise
ong Kong’s Chief Executive, CY Leung, has promised to prioritise tackling Hong Kong’s housing issues, in a policy speech to the Legislative Council. In the speech, his first as Chief Executive, Mr. Leung promised that more land would be set aside for hou
Overseas Property News Reports On House Prices Rises in China
China’s house prices rose in 100 major cities in December, showing a 0.03% increase on a year earlier. While a small increase, it means an 8-month slide in prices has halted, and it coincides with an improved performance from the economy as a whole, espe
Hong Kong Presses Ahead with Measures to Discourage Foreign Buyers
Hong Kong’s leaders pledged today to continue with a raft of measures designed to moderate the city’s booming property market.
Prices of New Homes in China Continue to Recover
Prices of new homes in China increased in July, due to interest rate cuts and added incentives for first-time buyers
Hong Kong Property Prices Continue to Cool
The Hong Kong government’s actions to cool the property market are proving to be very effective, as property prices only rose by 6.7% to the year ending May 2012
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