China’s new property loans at 3.04 trln yuan in H1

BEIJING, July 21 (Reuters) - China's central bank said on Friday that the country's new property loans were at 3.04 trillion yuan in the first half of this year. Outstanding property loan rose 24.2 percent by end-June from a year earlier to 29.72 trillion ... ( read original story ...)

China property slows as government measures bite

Home prices in Beijing fell for the first time in more than two years in June, while Shanghai declined further and Shenzhen stalled, pointing to significant cooling in China's biggest real estate markets. David Pollard reports. A rare event in China's red ... ( read original story ...)

China’s property market slows in June as top-tier cities cool

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's home price growth slowed slightly in June as government efforts to keep prices in check weighed on larger cities though smaller cities maintained rapid growth. Compared with a year ago, average new home prices in China's 70 ... ( read original story ...)

After Wanda Deal, Chinese Property Developer Faces Debt Risk

BEIJING — The Chinese property developer Sunac China Holdings has turned into one of the country’s biggest white knights, swooping in to help troubled companies with too much debt. The risk: Sunac is amassing its own large pile of debt in the process. ( read original story ...)