Looking to 2021, we see overall continuous capital market reform and more local investors allocating their asset portfolios toward Chinese equities, says Thomas Fang of UBS.
Last July, regulations around short-term rentals came into effect with a “one host, one home” model that is enforced by local planning authorities.
CNBC’s Diana Olick reports how the housing market is heating up.
The rising debt of Chinese property developers are in the spotlight amid concerns about the liquidity issues at China’s Evergrande.
CNBC’s Diana Olick joins Smith to talk about the surge of demand in homes as builders struggle to keep up.
Lower mortgage rates caused more borrowers to call their lenders and apply for a refinance but didn’t motivate homebuyers quite as much.
CNBC’s Diana Olick reports the latest numbers on mortgage demand.
Banks, which have historically contributed to inequality through now-banned practices including redlining, are hoping to be part of the solution to society’s problems.
With the glut of empty New York City apartments, landlords are being forced to offer ever-higher incentives and ever-lower rents to entice tenants.
Demand for housing has been unusually strong, due to the coronavirus pandemic, and supply is historically lean. That is a recipe for high prices, which are now beginning to take their toll on potential homebuyers’ confidence.