Two of China's biggest real estate firms are seeking approval to raise about $7.37B in Shanghai listings as IPOs revive after a stock slump.
Hong Kong's unaffordable housing is the stuff of legend, but some analysts see signs the property bubble's days are numbered.
Renters in all price brackets are being handed rent increases, but those at the bottom-end of the housing market are getting hit hardest.
Asian high-yield issuance in the September quarter fell 70 percent from a year earlier to $800 million, according to Moody's.
Dubai-based developer Buroj Property Development said on Saturday it plans to invest $4.8 billion to build a luxury tourist resort near Sarajevo, in what could be the biggest foreign investment of its kind in the Balkan country.
New South Wales Premier Mike Baird, Premier explains why the waterside Barangaroo development will be central to Sydney's economic activity.
Chinese investors have snapped up both commercial and residential real estate in the world's top cities. Now they are turning to the Mediterranean.
What was once an industrial port site is now the $8 billion Barangaroo development, touted as Sydney's new financial hub. CNBC's Matt Taylor has more.
China will cut the minimum downpayment level for first-time home buyers in many cities, to boost the sluggish property market.
India has slapped a $1.1B fine on a New Delhi real estate company which raised at least $8.3 billion from investors, the FT reports.
Think rents are getting unaffordable? It's about to get even worse, a new study has found.
A sprawling seaside mansion in Mumbai has been sold for $113M in the most expensive residential property deal in India's history, the FT reports.
BlackRock is ready to increase its China real estate portfolio exposure as it sees good entry points following weakness in the nation's economy.
Singapore's property shares, already hit by expectations of rising rates, took a beating after China devalued its currency and more pain may be ahead.
Commercial real estate sales and prices are surging, and starting to raise worries of a bubble.
Vietnam is riding into another property boom, with construction starting in Ho Chi Minh City on two of the world's tallest skyscrapers.
China's property market slump could hit the banks according to ratings agency S&P, in the latest warning to the world's second largest economy.
Paris has approved its first skyscraper in over 40 years, a controversial 590-foot building in the south of the city.
Overbuilding in Singapore's luxury homes spurred a flurry of doomsday scenarios, but prices may have already bottomed, with buyers starting to nibble.
Sydney home prices may have surged, but even Australia's top policy makers can't agree on whether the market is a bubble.