China Mainland Real Estate Markets Report The report, undertaken as a pilot study for the first time in 2011, is now an annual survey of real estate industry experts based or active in China. The goal of the survey and the summary report is to provide a platform through which insights and perspectives are shared, both among those already in the China markets and those who are interested in future involvement. The report will be made available at ULI events at which the contents are the focal point, at other ULI-sponsored events in Asia, and on the ULI web site.
Chinese Mainland Real Estate Markets 2016
Urban Land Institute (ULI) has released Chinese Mainland Real Estate Markets 2016. According to the report, the Chinese mainland real estate made a strong recovery in the past year as a result of the government’s loose monetary policy and favorable policies for the housing market such as the cancellation of home purchase restrictions nationwide, except in the four Tier 1 cities. The current housing sector recovery has seen new home prices increase 8.9 percent on average across the Tier 1-3 cities in the survey for a 12-month period ending June, 2016. The four Tier 1 cities continue to occupy the top four places in the rankings for development and investment prospects, led by Shanghai at the top.
Chinese Mainland Real Estate Markets 2015
In its fifth year, the Chinese Mainland Real Estate Markets 2015: ULI Analysis of City Investment Prospects reports on real estate development and investment prospects in 36 of the largest cities in the Chinese mainland, as well as issues affecting those prospects, as evaluated by real estate industry leaders active in the country.
Mainland China Real Estate Markets 2014
In its fourth year, the Mainland China Real Estate Markets 2014: ULI Analysis of City Investment Prospects evaluates the real estate investment and development prospects across 36 of the largest cities in Mainland China.
Mainland China Real Estate Markets 2013
In its third year, the Mainland China Real Estate Markets 2013: ULI Analysis of City Investment Prospects evaluates the real estate investment and development prospects across 36 of the largest cities in Mainland China.