Posts filed under: China

It is no longer a secret that Asian investors have a tremendous appetite to acquire New York and US real estate. I am pleased to say we have completed well over $3 billion of transactions with Asian investors over the last...
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As the stock market continues to ebb and flow, it will not be a surprise if Chinese and other foreign money pours into Western real estate. The Shanghai Stock Exchange is currently lower than it has been all year and its...
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The Hong Kong residential sector bounced back for the second month running, helped by the highest luxury sales this year, the latest market analysis shows. On the back of strong demand, mass residential prices have already risen 7% in the...
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    Extremely rich people buy cars, house and lots or luxury timepieces to celebrate their bountiful wealth. Extremely rich people from mainland China, on the other hand, buy private islands. In China, instead of getting luxury cars or prime...
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    Earlier this year, I blogged about the excitement in China generated by the news that its Dalian Wanda Group planned to invest $1.09 billion to build and operate a luxury hotel in London. At the time of their...
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    Recently in Sydney’s trendy Darling Harbor district, a new high-end housing project of 581 apartments sold out in just five hours. One third of these flats — costing from 800,000 Australian dollars ($611,000) for a one-bedroom unit to more than 10 million ($7.6...
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  China’s largest real estate developers, China Vanke and Dalian Wanda Group, operate at a scale that makes New York’s giants look small. Wanda’s assets in 2014 totaled $85.6 billion, according to the company’s website, with a portfolio of more...
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    A fourth wave of Chinese capital is set to wash over Australian commercial and development real estate. Chinese buying of Australian commercial and development real estate, which jumped to $4.37 billion in 2014, was the highlight of Chinese...
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   A new study, which looked at Chinese investment by congressional district, found the money was scattered across every region. Chinese companies are buying trophy properties in New York. They are building manufacturing operations in the Midwest. And they are...
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    The NY Times just ran an article on our friend Neo Que Yau, CEO of Euro Properties, and his in-progress 29-unit condo tower at 118 East 59th St.  It’s the first Manhattan condo project developed entirely by a...
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