Luxury Real Estate Blog and News

Shanghai and Beijing leading the China property investment regains vibrancy in 2021

August 12, 2021 - China
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.

Zhaoqing property market is underestimated

March 25, 2021 - Zhaoqing
Zhaoqing has the lowest home prices in the Greater Bay Area at 7,000 yuan per square metre, around 28% of the prices in Shenzhen and Guangzhou

MVRDV designs a sustainable "urban living room" for Shenzhen

March 07, 2021 - Shenzhen
Dutch architecture firm MVRDV has been selected to design the 101,300m² Shimao ShenKong International Centre mixed-use development in Shenzhen, China.

Zaha Hadid Architects to design Shanghai's 'greenest' building

January 14, 2021 - Huangpu
Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, Shanghai’s CECEP campus is aiming to be the greenest construction project in the city.

Red-hot housing market in Huizhou

July 24, 2020 - Huizhou
Home prices in Huizhou saw the second-biggest gains in mainland China, climbing 6.7 per cent between March and June.

Shenzhen old home prices jumped 10% in April

May 19, 2020 - Shenzhen
The prices of old homes in Shenzhen jumped 10.3 per cent year on year on average in April.

Chinese homebuyers going on revenge spending binge ?

May 07, 2020 - China
A property buying fever has gripped Chinese homebuyers, who are indulging in some revenge spending on property as coronavirus lockdowns are lifted in China.

Wuhan suspends land sales worth 29 billion yuan

February 25, 2020 - Wuhan
Wuhan Natural Resources and Planning Bureau suspends auctions for land worth about 29 billion yuan (US$4.1 billion) before bidding deadline.

Hongkong Land pays record price for Shanghai site

February 21, 2020 - Xuhui
Hongkong Land Holdings Limited has agreed to pay a record RMB 31.05 billion ($4.48 billion) for a development site in Shanghai’s Xuhui district.

Shenzhen Abolishes Luxury Real Estate Tax

November 13, 2019 - Shenzhen
Shenzhen’s housing and construction bureau announced on Monday that all residential apartments smaller than 144 square meters in the southern city will be exempted from the luxury home tax.