Posts Tagged Real EstateFile not found. Hong Kong Property: What’s Important And What’s Not
The global macro risks remain to be the key thing to watch for the Hong Kong property market. More downside will be possible if the macro picture deterioriates.Hong Kong Property: Nasty Surprise At Land Auction
The government land auction today was a nasty surprise, with Sino and Kerry-led consortium won the site at opening bid, way below market expectation.United States: S&P/Case-Shiller Indices Show Home Prices Increase
The housing market is stabilising in the US as the S&P/Case-Shiller indices show, but it may be all down to seasonality effect.China Real Estate: Unsold Inventories Continue To Rise
Unsold real estate inventories across various cities in China have been rising steadily since early this year, which will eventually put pressure on prices.China: Home Prices In June 2011
More cities are recording falling prices, but more are recording slowing prices growth in June.China Real Estate: Blowing The Bubbly Bubble
As far as curbing real estate prices in China, the government seems to be still very determined as further purchase restrictions are being considered.Hong Kong Property: Scramble To Sell?
SHKP, Cheung Kong and Hang Lung may be selling in full force within weeks, while Swire Pacific is selling one of the most valuable properties in town.United States: S&P/Case-Shiller Indices Show Some Stabilisation
Housing prices appeared to have stabilised somewhat in the United States, but true recovery is still far from assured.Déjà vu?
If one look into the history long enough, one can find precedents in the mess we are in. In fact, it may be much easier to find that than one may assume.Ronnie Chan On Moral Hazard In The China Real Estate Sector
Ronnie Chan thinks that the Chinese government has created a moral hazard for real estate developers. The solution for that is to let them fail.Hong Kong Property: Did You See The Crash Coming In 1997?
Very few people now believe that property prices in Hong Kong can fall. Back in 1997, it was just the same: very few saw the crash coming.Hong Kong Property: Sometimes, Rising Rent Does Not Mean Much
The current trend of rising rents does not mean the property prices in Hong Kong cannot fall. On the contrary, rents will fall after prices correct.Walter Kwok: Hong Kong Property Market Is Peaking
Walter Kwok of Sun Hung Kai Properties thinks the property market is peaking, while Cheung Kong buys yet another site for HK$801 million.Hong Kong Property: On Policy Risks
The perceived policy risk is rising, yet the biggest concern remains with the global macro environment, and in particular, China.China Real Estate: A Random Reflection
It is quite easy to find empty apartment buildings in China, random thoughts on debts as well as the latest move of Starwood Hotels in China.China: Home Prices In May 2011
Real Estate Prices in China remain resilient for now, as the latest data from the National Bureau of Statistics shows. More tightening is warranted.Hong Kong Property: Rising Macro Risks
The global macro risks are escalating, and all will be very negative for Hong Kong property market. Reiterate bearish stance.S&P Cuts The Outlook For Chinese Real Estate Developers To Negative
Standard & Poor’s cuts the outlook for Chinese real estate developers from stable to negative.Hong Kong Monetary Authority Tightens Residential Mortgages Again
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority just announced tougher measures to curb property prices in Hong Kong.What Are Hong Kong Property Developers Doing?
Lee Shau-kee is sobering up a bit, while Ronnie Chan seems to be planning a massive sell-off of its inventory.