[BEIJING] New home prices in China returned to growth in March after stalling in February, according to Reuters calculation, in a hopeful sign of a pick-up in the property market after the...

DEVELOPERS in China were in a weakened state even before this year's coronavirus hit, adding to challenges as they head into what is shaping up to be the worst economic slump in more than four...

KEPPEL Land China, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Keppel Corp's property arm, is selling a mixed-use property in Jiangyin, China for 473.5 million yuan (S$94.5 million), the conglomerate said on...

YANLORD Land Group Limited on Tuesday announced an estimated pre-sales total of 2.8 billion yuan (S$572.7 million) through the successful weekend launches of its apartment units in Nanjing and...

MAINBOARD-LISTED Yanlord Land Group Limited sold out its latest launch of 62 apartment units in Hangzhou for an estimated pre-sales total of 792 million yuan (S$162.5 million), the real estate...

VIRUS OUTBREAK

SASSEUR Real Estate Investment Trust (Sasseur Reit) will resume full operations with the reopening of two China outlet malls on March 15.

SASSEUR Real Estate Investment Trust (Sasseur Reit) will resume full operations when its two remaining closed China outlet malls reopen on March 15.

VIRUS OUTBREAK

THE coronavirus epidemic is accelerating a shakeout in China's property sector as a cash crunch forces distressed developers to throw in the towel.

AS THE Covid-19 outbreak continues to spread, there is little doubt that China's commercial real estate markets will be impacted. Knight Frank assesses the effect on the different sectors.

ZHANG Yan learned first-hand how the novel coronavirus is ravaging China's once booming real estate economy.