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  • Research Report on Real Estate of China
    Order ID:  CDC-R-2002-010
    ISBN:  2001 Version
    Publisher:  All China Marketing Research Co., Ltd.
    Publication Date:  6/1/2001 12:00:00 AM
    Format:  Paper Copy
    Languages:  English
    Pages:  68+
    Price:  $800 (for academic users)
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    Summary In 2000, there was RMB 490.173 billion investment in Chinese real estate development, increased by 19.5% than last year. In 2000, the growth in real estate investment in Chinese western provinces and cities had stepped up.Areas in China with faster growth speed in real estate investment were Xin Jiang, Hai Nan, Gui Zhou, Inner Mongolia, and Liao Ning etc. In 2000, there was RMB331.87 billion investment in commercial residence in China, increased by 25.8% than last year. The capital source of the investment in real estate development mainly came from the earnest money and prepayments, self-collected funds and domestic loans. Money coming from these three sources amounted to 75.4% of the total capital in real estate. In 2000, the construction space of Chinese commercial housing reached 635.2901 million square meters, increased by 15.3% than last year. The building space of the commercial housing sold reached 169.8414 million square meters, and the total sales 357.2 billion, increased by 26.9% and 30% respectively than last year. In 2000, commercial residences sold to individuals had occupied a distinctively grown larger portion, 79.5% of the total sales volume, 9.2% more than last year, with its total sales of 284.029 billion, increased by 51.9% than last year. In 2000, the average market price of Chinese commercial housing was 2,103 yuan per square meter, 2.5% higher than last year. In 1999, there were about 26 thousand enterprises (units) involved in real estate development and 880 thousand employees worked in those enterprises (units). Up to the end of 1999, the total asset, liability, shareholder's equity and debt ratio of all Chinese real estate development enterprises were RMB1900 billion ,RMB 1400 billion , RMB 400 billion and 76.1% respectively. In 2000, the weighted average return per share was RMB 0.209 , 22.24% higher than the same period in last year and the net asset-income ratio was 9.92%, 23% higher than the corresponding period in last year . In 2000, Chinese newly issued housing loan amounted to about RMB 150 billion , including RMB 110 billion individual consumer loan and RMB 40 billion housing development loan.
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    Content 1. Chinese Macroeconomic Development And Outlook 1.1. Chinese Macroeconomic Development Overview In 2000 1.1.1. Summary 1.1.2. Industry and construction industry 1.1.3. Investment in fixed assets 1.1.4. Finance, Security And Insurance 1.1.5. People'S Living Standard 1.2. Chines Economic Development Outlook 2. The Status Of Real Estate Industry In Chinese National Economy 2.1. The Classification Of Chinese Real Estate Industry 2.2. The Status Of Real Estate Industry In National Economy 2.3. The proportion of the real estate industry added value in GDP 2.4. Real Estate Industry and Economic Growth 3. Chinese Real Estate Market Supply Analyse 3.1. Real Estate Investment Situation 3.1.1. The Total Investment in Real Estate Development 3.1.2. The Geographic Distribution of Investment in Real Estate Development 3.1.3. Investment Growth 3.1.4. The Capital Source of Investment in Real Estate Development 3.2. Real Estate Development Space 3.3. Real Estate Investment structure 4. Chinese Present Real Estate Market Demand Analysis 4.1. The Total Sales of Commercial Housing 4.2. The Selling Price of Commercial Housing 4.2.1. Commercial Housing Vacancy 4.2.2. The Secondary Market 5. Chinese Real Estate Development Enterprises Analysis 5.1. The General Study of Real Estate Development Enterprises 5.1.1. The General Structure of Real Estate Development Enterprises 5.1.2. The Operation Condition of Real Estate Development Enterprises 5.1.3. The Characteristics and Problems of the Change in Real Estate Development Enterprises 5.2. Analysis of the Foreign-invested Enterprises in Real Estate Development/Operation 5.3. Listed Real Estate Company Analysis 6. Chinese Industrial Policies For Real Estate Industry 7. The Development Of Housing Finance 7.1. The Present Situation of Chinese Housing Finance 7.2. Main Factors Limiting the Development of Chinese Housing Finance 7.3. Chinese Housing Finance Development Promotion Tactics 7.3.1. Reinforce Government Support and the force of Adjustment to Housing Finance Development 7.3.2. Set Reasonable Deadline, Quota, and Repayment Proportion for Housing Loan, Lower the Loan Interest Rate Properly 7.3.3. Promote the Development of the Securitisation of Housing Mortgage Financing, Set up Real Secondary Market for Housing Mortgage Financing 7.3.4. Set up and Improve Service System Coordinated with Housing Finance, Improve Commercial Housing Finance Operation as Well as Policy Related Operation 7.3.5. Set up and Strengthen Various Laws and Regulations Relevant to Housing Finance, Reinforce the Supervision and Control over Housing Finance Development 7.3.6. Attract and Make Good Use of Foreign Fund to Help Chinese Housing Finance Development 8. Chinese Real Estate Industry Development Forcast 8.1. Real Estate Industry Development Opportunities 8.2. Real Estate Industry Development Forecast Table Table 1 1995-2000 Cinese National Economic Development Major Index Table 2 1996~2010 Chinese People'S Income Flexibility Upon Consumer Demand Table 3 The Capital Source of Chinese Real Estate Development in 2000 Table 4 Real Estate Development Investment Comparison Figure Table 5 1998-2000 Investment in Chinese Real Estate Development Table 6 1999-2000 Commercial Housing Development Major Index Figure Figure 1 1990-1998 The Proportion Of Real Estate Added Value In The Tertiary Industry And GDP Figure 2 The Proportion of Real Estate Investment in Total Investment for National Fixed Assets Figure 3 Growth Rate Comparison between Real Estate Investment and Fixed Assets Investment Figure 4 Chines Total Investment in Real Estate Development (hundred million yuan) Figure 5 Geograghic Distribution Of Real Estate Investment In 2000 Figure 6 1998-2000 Change in Real Estate Investment Figure 7 Top Ten Cities with Highest Investment Growth Rate in 2000 Figure 8 Capital Source Construction of Real Estate Development in 2000 Figure 9 1998--2000 Development of Real Estate Construction Space Figure 10 The Distribution of Real Estate Construction Space in 2000 Figure 11 The Top Ten Cities in Construction Space in 2000(then thousand square meter) Figure 12 Investment Placement Proportion Classified According to the Construction Purpose Figure 13 1998-2000 Investment Volume Structure of Real Estate Development Figure 14 The Top Ten Regions in Residence Sales in 2000 Figure 15 1998--2000 Commercial Housing Sales Figure 16 Commercial Housing Selling Price Changes Figure 17 1998-1999 Commercial Housing Vacancy Space Distribution Figure 18 Real Estate Enterprises Dist-ribution in 1999 Figure 19 The Top Six Regions Having the Highest Number of Real Estate Enterprises in 1999 Figure 20 The Last Six Regions Having the Lowest Number of Real Estate Enterprises in 1999 Figure 21 The Assets and Liabilities of Real Estate Development Enterprises Figure 22 Real Estate Income Distribution in 1999 Figure 23 The Changes in Real Estate Development Enterprises Distribution Figure 24 Employees in the Foreign-invested Enterprises in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong in 2000(Unit: Person) Figure 25 The Distribution of the Foreign-invested Enterprises in China in 2000 Figure 26 The Total Investment in theForeign-invested Enterprises in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong in 2000 Figure 27 The Top Five Foreign Countries Invested in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong in 2000 Figure 28 Geographic Distribution of Listed Real Estate Companies in 2000 Figure 29 Assets and Liabilities of Listed Real Estate Companies Figure 30 The Top Five Enterprises with Highest Income from Major Operation Figure 31 The Top Five Enterprise with Highest Total Net Profit in 2000
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