With Phuket’s property market continuing to show real demand, Proud Group has decided to expand its businesses to Phuket by investing 7 billion baht in two new projects.
Listed property firm Property Perfect plans to launch two new residential projects under a joint venture with its Japanese partner, Sekisui Chemical and Hongkong Land worth a combined 6.03 billion baht ($195.9 million), the company’
Singaporean developers sold 1,178 private homes last month, up 43.5 per cent from the 821 units they moved in June, but 31.7 per cent lower than the bumper crop of 1,724 units they sold in July last year during the last-minute rush
Despite a Credit Bureau Cambodia (CBC) report showing a 36 per cent quarter-on-quarter fall in mortgage loan applications in the second quarter of this year, the private sector has retained its optimism in the Kingdom’s housing sect
More investors are pouring money into Vietnam’s underdeveloped provinces where land is cheaper than in Ho Chi Minh City and other big cities.
Real estate transaction volumes in the Asia Pacific region hit $86 billion in the first half of this year, a report has found.
The Indonesian government is seeking alternatives other than tax revenues to finance the development of the new capital city, most likely in Kalimantan, which will cost at least 466 trillion rupiah ($33.28 billion).
The Demand for ageing Housing & Development Board (HDB) flats is on the rise in Singapore, two months after the authorities changed Central Provident Fund (CPF) rules to expand the pool of people who can buy them.
South Korea’s centrally located Sejong city borders Daejeon to the south, Gongju to the west, Cheonan to the north and Cheongju to the east. It is also relatively close to the southern provinces of North Jeolla and North Gyeongsang.
Rejection of mortgage loans by commercial banks have risen by up to 50 per cent in Thailand following the Bank of Thailand’s (BoT’s) reduction in loan-to-value (LTV) that became effective on April 1, 2019, property developers say.