Luxury Real Estate Blog and News

The world's biggest real-estate bubbles, from Hong Kong to London

October 05, 2018 - Hong Kong
Housing prices in Hong Kong are the most overvalued and at the greatest risk of collapse, according to a report focused on 20 major cities.

Experts fear potential real estate bubble in Vietnam

May 24, 2018 - Vietnam
Recent reports of land fevers have raised concerns over the possibility of a real estate bubble in Vietnam similar to the historic one in 2008.

Street-level retail rents in HK set to slide further

July 06, 2016 - Hong Kong Island
Store rents at shopping malls in Hong Kong may dip somewhat but the slide for high-end street level retail spaces has yet to bottom out.

Policy tightening has little impact on Shenzhen luxury home market

April 21, 2016 - Shenzhen
Shenzhen’s high-end housing market remains on the boil despite the city government’s introduction of tighter buying restrictions.

Property market in Suzhou, China, remains on the boil

April 13, 2016 - Suzhou
Suzhou’s housing market booms, despite measures introduced to tighten it.

Shenzhen takes step to curb skyrocketing housing prices

March 22, 2016 - Shenzhen
Shenzhen last year surpassed Beijing and Shanghai to become the most expensive housing market in China.

China property bubble bound to burst

February 05, 2016 - China
China’s property bubble is bound to burst as the government’s efforts to clear the pile-up of unsold flats is unlikely to work, say market experts.

Hong Kong January home sales hit 25-year low

February 03, 2016 - Hong Kong
Hong Kong home sales slumped to the lowest in at least a quarter-century last month, Centaline Property Agency estimated, adding to evidence that prices have further to fall.

Shenzhen property boom outstrips Hong Kong

December 17, 2015 - Shenzhen
Housing prices in Shenzhen have jumped more than 30% in the year to date, making it the fastest-growing major property market in China.

Hong Kong property sales hit record low

December 08, 2015 - Hong Kong
Property sales in Hong Kong fell 41.7% year-on-year in November to a record low, new market data shows.