Hong Kong property
Smaller flats at Sha Tin project attract price-sensitive end users
17 Oct 2021 - 11:03PM

Sales continued apace on day two at The Arles as the developer allocated smaller flats that tend to appeal to genuine end users, who are more price-sensitive than people buying purely to invest.

Smaller flats at Sha Tin project attract price-sensitive end users

Sales continued apace on day two at The Arles as the developer allocated smaller flats that tend to appeal to genuine end users, who are more price-sensitive than people buying purely to invest.

17 Oct 2021 - 11:03PM
Watsons closes shop in TST in latest sign of Hong Kong retail sector’s struggle
13 Oct 2021 - 10:54PM
Singaporean luxury tea house aims to win over Chinese consumers
3 Oct 2021 - 8:38PM
Watsons closes shop in TST in latest sign of Hong Kong retail sector’s struggle

The well-known personal health care chain is shutting its large store in one of Hong Kong’s major shopping destinations citing the lack of tourists in the last two years amid strict travel restrictions.

13 Oct 2021 - 10:54PM
Food and Drinks
Singaporean luxury tea house aims to win over Chinese consumers

Tea WG is set to open new stores in Hong Kong as part of its goal of cracking the tricky mainland Chinese market, where domestic tea brands are becoming increasingly popular.

Tea WG is set to open new stores in Hong Kong as part of its goal of cracking the tricky mainland Chinese market, where domestic tea brands are becoming increasingly popular.

3 Oct 2021 - 8:38PM
Blockchain
Fraction sells slices of Thai villas, townhouses in US$150 tokens

A Hong Kong-Thai start-up uses security tokens to help three Thai developers sell down their stakes in US$462 million condos, beach resorts.

A Hong Kong-Thai start-up uses security tokens to help three Thai developers sell down their stakes in US$462 million condos, beach resorts.

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China’s oldest carmaker to spend US$4.6 billion on EV, fuel-cell research
28 Sep 2021 - 10:29AM
Power cuts cast a pall over China’s booming electric car industry
Fraction sells slices of Thai villas, townhouses in US$150 tokens
2 Oct 2021 - 10:30AM
China’s oldest carmaker to spend US$4.6 billion on EV, fuel-cell research
30 Sep 2021 - 10:43PM
Power cuts cast a pall over China’s booming electric car industry
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Concrete Analysis | Mortgage pre-approval can help land that dream UK home

Homebuyers can be disappointed when they hastily sign the exchange contract on their dream London house, only to have their mortgage application rejected.

18 May 2021 - 7:07PM
Concrete Analysis | Property agents must adopt digital tools to thrive in post-Covid world

Agencies that fail to adopt new technologies and data-driven approaches risk lagging behind others and losing significant market share, warns CEO of Property Raptor.

Agencies that fail to adopt new technologies and data-driven approaches risk lagging behind others and losing significant market share, warns CEO of Property Raptor.

17 Nov 2020 - 7:33PM
Property agents must adopt digital tools to thrive in post-Covid world
Concrete Analysis | Do stock prices, unemployment presage a housing market crash?

Martin Wong of Knight Frank looks at data correlating major movements in the Hang Seng Index and unemployment rate with those in Hong Kong’s home prices.

Martin Wong of Knight Frank looks at data correlating major movements in the Hang Seng Index and unemployment rate with those in Hong Kong’s home prices.

3 Nov 2020 - 7:11PM
Do stock prices, unemployment presage a housing market crash?

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