Xiongan district becomes hot property in China

These are external links and will open in a new window A sleepy district in Hebei province has suddenly become the centre of China's latest property craze and the talk of the country. Over the weekend, investors flocked to Xiongan in droves, while online ... ( read original story ...)

China stops individuals from buying Beijing commercial property

SHANGHAI China's regulators have introduced rules to curb the purchase of new commercial property in Beijing by individuals in the latest step by authorities to cool the market. New commercial plots can now only be sold to enterprises, public entities and ... ( read original story ...)

China’s overseas property dream becomes nightmare

This article first appeared in The Edge Financial Daily, on March 21, 2017. HONG KONG: Middle-class mainlander Laura Zhang found the idea of owning a home overseas irresistible after being bombarded by commercials for an affordable project “near ... ( read original story ...)

Breaking Down China's Property Market

Mar.19 -- Tao dong, senior adviser for private banking in APAC for Credit Suisse, discusses China's rising home prices, how the prices are impacting property developers and what he thinks the PBOC can do to help. He speaks to Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat ... ( read original story ...)

China to control excessive credit flow into property sector

China will continue to implement policies aimed at preventing a property bubble in its cities. With the red-hot property market picking up pace in February, China revealed plans to curb the rapid flow of bank credit into the property sector, reported ... ( read original story ...)

China stocks wobble on worries about fresh property curbs

SHANGHAI: China stocks struggled for traction on Monday as fears of fresh property cooling measures and broader monetary policy tightening hit shares of developers The Beijing municipal government announced new steps to rein in its booming housing market ... ( read original story ...)