Beijing Luxury Homes and villas
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After 2008 Olympic games, the world knows more about the capital of modern China, Beijing. Due to the occurrence of this international event, Beijing has refined its transportation system and cleaned its worsening air quality. Beijing’s pollution still remains among the highest in the world and health of it’s a population a serious future concern. Beijing is also famous for its traditional food like Peking Duck and noodles with fried bean and meat sauce. As one of the most powerful countries in the world, Beijing shows a top housing standard among other cities. Most of its properties are equipped with clubhouses and fantastic security management services. People can enjoy their lives with qualified facilities.
Buying Beijings luxury home can be foreseen as a smart choice. It is because Beijing is now upgrading its world status, the living standard is expected to increase, as well as its housing price. If you own a flat, you must gain a positive return over the long term, but be certain that there will be cycles of high prices and crashes in the near term future of the Beijing property market.
Evergrande chief is freeing up funds from luxury assets to pay debts
Chinese developer China Evergrande Group scrambles to meet its debt obligations, its founder, Hui Ka Yan, is raising funds from luxury assets including art, calligraphy and two high-end homes
Shanghai and Beijing leading the China property investment regains vibrancy in 2021
China's real estate investment market continued to regain its vibrancy in the first half of 2021. Beijing and Shanghai leading the real estate investment market.
Chinese homebuyers going on revenge spending binge ?
A property buying fever has gripped Chinese homebuyers, who are indulging in some revenge spending on property as coronavirus lockdowns are lifted in China.
Beijing backs off on price caps as homes go unsold
Beijing relaxes caps on home prices partially as unsold flats in the capital city rise.
Chinese Investors Buying Real Estate with Bitcoin
Early Bitcoin adopters from China who have now become millionaires are funneling some of their wealth out of their country by investing in real estate.
Is China’s housing market about to crash?
Property prices in Beijing and Shanghai fell by 0.3 percent between November 2016 and November 2017 after years of double-digit growth.