Chinese real estate giant Evergrande plans to acquire full control of a leading new energy vehicle (NEV) maker in Sweden.
At least 30 local governments around China have launched home purchase subsidy policies, as authorities seek to provide policy support to markets in the wake of COVID-19.
Home rental levels in Beijing and Shanghai posted slight declines in May as the Chinese economy continued to feel the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A survey of residential property satisfaction levels in over 200 Chinese cities has found that first-tier urban centres perform less impressively than their smaller peers.
A key index for Chinese home purchases saw a sizeable on-month rise in the month of May, as China’s economy makes a gradual recovery from the initial impacts of its COVID-19 lockdown.
China’s banking regulator has issued the draft version of new online lending rules that seek to contain risk across a broad range of fronts.
Land transactions in China posted a sizeable on-month leap in the month of April as the roll-back of COVID-19 lockdowns helped the national economy come back to life.
Chinese authorities have just unveiled a trial policy for publicly offered infrastructure real estate investment trusts (REIT’s) that observers say marks an “historic advance” for China’s real estate and finance industries.
The southern tech hub of Shenzhen has forcibly removed chunks of housing from the market following concerns that real estate companies are inflating prices on Internet sales platforms to untenable levels.
The housing authority for the southern Chinese tech hub of Shenzhen has addressed concerns over speculative property investment by the city’s newcomers.