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  • The consumer era in the Mainland China and the recent retail property market

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    As indicated in the previous issue, during the 14th Five-Year Plan period, the average annual increase in the urbanisation rate of the permanent population in the Mainland is expected to be around 0.8%. After increasing the number of people entering the city each year, it will help stimulate the housing demand and further promote the scale of real estate development. In fact, as the rural population is completely lifted out of poverty and the urbanisation rate of the permanent population gradually rises, there is a huge growth potential in the domestic consumer market.
  • iDEA 2021 celebrates the movers-and-shakers of Malaysia Property Development

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    The fourth annual iProperty Development Excellence Awards saw some of the most inspiring winners, who rose to the occasion in the face of adversity. “Show me someone who has done something worthwhile, and I’ll show you someone who has overcome adversity.”– Lou Holtz. Those words ring true for the proud winners at the 4th annual […]
  • iDEA Recognises The Best in Property Development, Industry Leadership and Social Responsibility

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    KUALA LUMPUR, 25 MAY 2021 — Prominent developers were honoured at the 4th annual iProperty Development Excellence Awards (iDEA) 2021 by iProperty.com.my, Malaysia’s No. 1 property site in recognition of par excellence in property development. iDEA announced winners of the 32 highly regarded categories in a virtual award ceremony that was live-streamed on iProperty.com.my’s Facebook […]
  • Vigers : The overall price of domestic housing increased within 5% during the year

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    As the global COVID-19 vaccination program is in full swing, the mainland property market continues to pick up. It is believed that people will have considerable interest in having the outlook for the market. On the economic front, the mainland economy is expected to recover month-on-month in the second quarter, yet the year-on-year growth rate will remain weak. At present, the market generally expects that there will still be opportunities for cuts in reserve requirement ratio and rate of the medium-term lending facility this year, with rebound in credit growth as well.
  • Vigers : Interpretation of Shenzhen’s “second-hand housing reference price mechanism”

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    In early February, Shenzhen announced the establishment of a “second-hand housing reference price mechanism” to take an initiative to contain price growth in Shenzhen’s property market, especially the second-hand transaction price. A raft of implications to the property market have been recorded, in less than a few months, following the government’s aggressive move.
  • Vigers :Non-domestic property market in China for 2021

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    While the Sino-US disputes last year, foreign businessmen were still actively expanding in China. Source reported that the China’s foreign direct investment continued to rise by 4% last year to USD 1.63 billion, a record high since 1983. The amount of foreign direct investment first superseded the United States and jumped to the top of the world. Market sources indicated that in the commercial property investment market for the twelve months ending September 2020, among the significant transactions, more than sixty-five percent of overseas capital was invested in asset classes in the office and retail property markets. Properties including logistics industry assets and data centres have gained popularity by overseas funds significantly.
  • Vigers : Birmingham’s property market driven by young population

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    The United Kingdom has been a popular country when foreigners were considering to migrate or invest, together with its well-known education system, attracting a large amount of investment. Apart from London, Birmingham has been popular for investors in recent years. Despite the impacts of Coronavirus pandemic and Brexit in the UK, Birmingham’s housing price remained its increasing trend in 2020.
  • Vigers :Prospects of the Mainland Property Market for the Year of the Ox

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    Entering the Year of the Ox, and under the background of ” Housing for Living, Not for Speculation ” and the ebb of a housing reform for low-income group, how will the mainland property market be changed?
  • Vigers :The performance of the nine cities in the Greater Bay Area in 2020: land auctions and property transactions

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    In this issue, we will carry on to review the situation of land auctions and residential transactions in the Greater Bay Area in 2020 from multiple angles, and together look forward to the future of the property market. Benefited from the successive promulgation of favorable policies, including Hong Kong people working in the Greater Bay Area and overseas high-end individuals, land auction transactions in the nine cities in the first eleven months of 2020 exceeded RMB 600 billion. Guangzhou’s land premium broke RMB 2,000 to RMB 2,162.75 million, accounting for 34% of the nine cities. The land premium of Foshan City also exceeded RMB 100 billion to RMB 118.169 billion.
  • Vigers :Performance of nine cities in the Greater Bay Area in 2020 – Housing Policy Section

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    It is especially remembered that in November 2019, after the meeting of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Construction Leading Group, it agreed with the Hong Kong government on sixteen measures in three categories that benefit Hong Kong people. Among them, there are seven measures to facilitate Hong Kong people.