Residential buildings in Beijing, where the government has earmarked 10 per cent of fresh residential land supply for constructing rental homes. Photo: EPA-EFE Residential buildings in Beijing, where the government has earmarked 10 per cent of fresh residential land supply for constructing rental homes. Photo: EPA-EFE
Residential buildings in Beijing, where the government has earmarked 10 per cent of fresh residential land supply for constructing rental homes. Photo: EPA-EFE

Reits seen as a viable funding source for China’s rental home builders, with US$77.6 billion required in short-term

  • China launched the country’s first real estate investment trusts or Reits on the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges in a pilot scheme in June
  • China seen approving the first batch of Reits backed by rental homes, as local governments boost efforts to lower living costs for the youth

Topic |   China property
Residential buildings in Beijing, where the government has earmarked 10 per cent of fresh residential land supply for constructing rental homes. Photo: EPA-EFE Residential buildings in Beijing, where the government has earmarked 10 per cent of fresh residential land supply for constructing rental homes. Photo: EPA-EFE
Residential buildings in Beijing, where the government has earmarked 10 per cent of fresh residential land supply for constructing rental homes. Photo: EPA-EFE
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