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Jones Lang Lasalle

Foreign funds pour US$300b into mainland

Speculators target property sector

Tuesday, 11 September, 2007, 12:00am

Shanghai property prices buck the trend with 5.3pc increase

Shanghai's luxury flat prices rose 5.3 per cent in the second quarter from the first quarter, thanks to a stock market fund outflow and continued purchases, a report by Jones Lang LaSalle showed.

13 Jul 2007 - 12:00am

Building on team spirit

The resilience demanded by rugby laid the foundations for a successful property career

16 Jun 2007 - 12:00am

Real estate service needs innovators

Travel to any city in China undergoing redevelopment and you will probably hear incessant drilling. But if this din of construction machinery gets too much, it may be soothing to think of it as the sound of money being made.

28 Apr 2007 - 12:00am

Company puts career growth first

In some large international corporations employees can feel overlooked and uncertain about the direction their careers are taking, but that is certainly not the case with Jones Lang LaSalle.

The New York-listed company, which specialises in real estate services and investment management, has made a point of introducing a broad range

18 Apr 2007 - 12:00am

Jones Lang exits Shanghai homes

Keen competition and modest margins have forced international property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle to close its residential agency department in Shanghai.

The property consultant plans to take a year to 'gradually phase out' of the residential leasing and sales market in the city, the company said.

24 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

Office rents to drop as firms turn cautious

Office rents in Hong Kong will start to edge down towards the second half of next year as companies grow cautious about expansion, according to property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle.

13 Dec 2006 - 12:00am

Owners of Merry Terrace agree to joint deal

Mid-Levels plan gets 90pc support in largest collective sale

In the largest attempt at a collective property sale, owners of more than 176 of the 196 flats in Merry Terrace in Mid-Levels agreed to put the estate up for tender in January next year, surpassing the 90 per cent support needed to compel the rest of the owners to sell.

12 Dec 2006 - 12:00am