Property

Billboards of mainland Chinese companies form the majority of advertisers facing Victoria Harbor on Hong Kong Island. (Photo by Kenji Kawase)

Hong Kong to outstrip New York for Chinese investors

Mainland developers worry about Trump, Brexit, says Colliers

  • Hoshino Resorts sees strong potential in troubled Osaka site

    Successful debut in city rests on remaking downtown area

  • China's addiction to lucrative land sales could spell trouble

    Funding method for economic stimulus seen as unsustainable

  • Tokyo's office space market softening ahead of 2018

    Expected surge in supply keeping rents down despite low availability

  • China's real estate fever burns on, defying remedies

    Abundant wealth, restricted overseas investing keep the fire going

  • Chinese shopping spree for NYC properties could end in bust

    Eye-catching purchases echo Japanese craze in the 1980s

  • Ginza Six turns new page for Tokyo's shopping scene

    Complex will host luxury brands, creative designs, special events

  • China to keep top place in Asia's real estate investment market, says RCA

    Beijing's capital controls not a deterrent as demand grows in large cities

  • Anthony Couse

    Asia's investors are staying close to home

    Brexit, uncertainty over U.S.-China relations keeps money in region

  • Samuel Biggins

    Skeptics wrong on Chinese interest in Australian property

    Investment flows are changing course, but the river has not run dry

  • Japan's Hoshino Resorts books spot in city hotel market

    Hotelier pins hopes on middle-class tourists from emerging nations

  • Tokyo-listed REITs slip to 4-month low

    Foreigners lead sell-off as optimism dims for rent growth

  • Luxury condos lure Asia's super-wealthy to Bangkok

    Thai developers lay on glitz, and lots of marble, to sell high-end homes

  • Hotel boom inflating central Tokyo land prices

    Buyers feeling the squeeze turning to older, less central properties

  • Japan's land price uptrend showing clear disparities

    Select hot spots drive mild rise in overall market

  • Population surge brings commuter pain to Tokyo waterfront

    Rising land prices point to even bigger increases in coming years

  • Japan's residential land values end long slide

    Major metros, regional cities led by Sendai boost commercial properties

  • State-owned China Poly Group to acquire contractor Sinolight

    Move is part of a consolidation wave sweeping the state property sector

  • FT Confidential Research

    Malaysians believe it is a bad time to buy property

    Consumers concerned over state of economy despite rise in growth

  • Luxury serviced apartments to open in Tokyo's Otemachi

    Long-term foreign visitors can call Japanese capital's financial district home