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Hong Kong land prices baffle billionaire developer

2016-09-08 scmp
After more than 50 years as a Hong Kong developer, octogenarian billionaire Lui Che-Woo says he’s having trouble reading the city’s property market these days.

Hong Kong land prices baffle developer with 50 years' experience

2016-09-08 theedgemarkets
HONG KONG (Sept 8): After more than 50 years as a Hong Kong developer, octogenarian billionaire Lui Che-Woo says he’s having trouble reading the city’s property market these days.

Hong Kong Land Prices Baffle Tycoon With 50 Years Experience - Bloomberg

2016-09-08 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

Mainland buyers splash out HK$58b+ on assets and land in Hong Kong as yuan devaluation fears linger

2016-08-10 scmp
And the acquisitions are likely to continue, say experts, as city remains favourite investment destination amid growing uncertainties in Europe

Mainland developers loosen purse strings to snap up prime real estate in Hong Kong

2016-08-09 scmp
Cash-rich developers from the mainland are on a shopping spree in Hong Kong and are leaving no stone unturned to corner prime real estate in the city.

Hong Kong Ferry, Walter Kwok team up to land HK$2.7 billion residential site in Tuen Mun

2016-08-08 scmp
Hong Kong Ferry has teamed up with former Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) chairman Walter Kwok Ping-sheung to place the winning bid for a residential site in Tuen Mun at 17 per cent above the high-end of market expectations.

Minmetals buys record HK$4 billion site in Yau Tong

2016-08-03 scmp
Hong Kong-listed mainland developer Minmetals Land has paid HK$7,000 per square foot for a residential site in Yau Tong, a record price for a traditional industrial area.

Latest SOE property marriage suggests pace of realty consolidation will quicken

2016-07-07 scmp
But as Poly Real and AVIC join forces, some fear more-powerful players will only intensify competition for land