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China faces tough decisions on its real estate market

Los Ageles Times 26.10.2012
Despite the Chinese government’s efforts to rein in rising real estate prices, housing remains expensive and out of reach for the vast majority of Chinese. Above, people walk by a property billboard in Shanghai. (Peter Parks, AFP / Getty Images / August 27, 2012)

The curbs aimed at cooling China's overheated housing sector worked, but they also put the brakes on rapid growth. But boosting home sales could trigger class tensions.

China will not ease grip on property market

Business Recorder 23.09.2012
China will not ease grip on property market

BEIJING: China plans to stick to its tight property sector policies and a nationwide rebound in home prices remains unlikely, a senior official at the housing ministry said in remarks published by state media on Sunday.

$47 Million Price For Beijing's Most Expensive Luxury Villas

China may not have emperors anymore but you can certainly still live like one thanks to the country's luxury real estate development, The ThaiHot Mansion and Courtyards. ThaiHot Mansion, overseen by The Beijing Taihe Real Estate Development Co., is considered to be the most expensive you can find in China, with the cheapest apartment available priced at $4.7 million.

Stabilization on the Chinese real estate market

Industry Leads Magazine 19.09.2012

Bulgari plans Shanghai property

CIT Magazine 17.09.2012
Stabilization on the Chinese real estate market

For the first time in eight months there are signs of slow stabilization on the Chinese real estate market. After eight months of decline China’s home prices were stabilized in June. The stabilization is a result of pro-growth government economic policies and reforms.

Bulgari plans Shanghai property

Bulgari Hotels & Resorts has signed an agreement with OCT Group to open a new hotel in Shanghai in 2015.

A view of the Pudong district of Shanghai, where the new Shanghai Tower is being built.

If you have not seen the famous Shanghai skyline recently, look again: You may be in for a surprise.

The Renaissance Hotel Opens Sixth Shanghai Property

Shanghai, China- Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazine

Further property curbs expected

China Daily 14.08.2012
Chinese Real Estate Developers Build Villa On Top of Shopping Malls

In China, where space is scarce, developers have to be creative with how to find land. Well, how about building homes on top of a shopping mall?

A salesman talks with potential homebuyers at a real estate fair in Qingdao, Shandong province. With the government making an effort to rein in the once-overheated property market, growth in investment in real estate development in the country slowed down in the first seven months of the year. Yu Fangping / For China Daily

Authorities said to have lowered annual land supplies to 159,300 hectares Officials in some provincial governments have already been given warnings by the central government that they are not adhering strictly enough to curbs and policies introduced to keep property prices in check.


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