Real Estate Foresight will present the annual China housing forecast on January 16, 2018, at its 6th annual event in Hong Kong. By invitation only, more details soon.
Real Estate Foresight has published the flagship monthly China CityScreener(TM) report for October 2017, a data-driven analysis of the housing markets at the city-level across 70+ major cities in China. Xi’an and Beihai stand out on price growth over the recent 3 and 12 month periods. The 70+ page report and chart book is available to[…]
Real Estate Foresight has published the flagship monthly China Property report for October 2017, the most comprehensive analysis of the China housing markets, covering house prices, sales volumes, inventory, land sales, construction indicators, developer performance and an extensive range of macro indicators, as well as the Western media sentiment. Available to China Forecast subscribers only[…]
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Our 3rd annual ‘Beyond Cities: China Districts’ report for 2017 is out. REF China Forecast clients receive the full 90+ page report packed with actionable insights, data and charts…
SCMP picked up my interview with The Peak – risks are rising yet in my view China housing remains one of the largest, most intriguing, fascinating and complex markets, so significant to China’s economy and hence the world… Full Article Here
This animation shows how the China’s housing markets have been cooling on price growth on a year-on-year and month-on-month basis since the peak of September 2016 to August 2017 – based on price index data from NBS
Discussing the subtleties of China’s housing markets in The Peak magazine in Hong Kong
This chart shows what really changed in the China housing market between January and June this year, using the year-on-year house price growth rates for 70 cities (NBS data). Back in January, there were quite a few cities in the 20%+ bucket. They subsequently cooled off, while the longer tail rose across, slightly. From our[…]
China property (new homes) sales volumes continue to cool down in major cities in July, down around -16% year-to-date y/y for our 20 cities sample for the week ending July 16, esp. those subject to home purchase restrictions and policy tightening. That’s in contrast to the strong growth in June at a national level (+13.5%[…]