5406 industrial and commercial properties in the first half of the year
The flood of funds, in addition to residential, industrial and commercial property transactions in the first half of the year is also active. Huang Hancheng, Chief Executive Officer of Midland Industrial and Commercial Services, said that together with more than 100 million yuan in the company’s transfer transactions, a total of 5,406 business transactions were recorded in the first half of this year, which was the highest record in the government’s implementation of the hotspots in the industrial and commercial shops in 2013, up 21% year-on-year. It involved 135.78 billion yuan, up 71.8% year-on-year; among which Chinese-funded participation involved more than 40 billion yuan, accounting for 30% of the total turnover of industrial and commercial properties in the first half of the year.
Involved with 135.7 billion Chinese capital accounted for more than 40 billion
Under the influence of uncertainties such as Sino-US trade wars and stock market volatility, Huang expects that the volume of industrial and commercial properties will fall by 10% in the second half of the year. The annual turnover of industrial and commercial properties will be about 10,000, which will hit a five-year high, up from last year. 8% to 10%; the transaction volume in the second half of this year is expected to reach 130 billion yuan, which is expected to reach 260 billion yuan.
Survey: 80% of retailers plan to open new stores within 1 year. In addition, the retail market has improved. According to the latest survey conducted by Jones Lang LaSalle, 83% of international and local retailers plan to open new stores in the next 12 months, compared with 62 recorded last year. % increased significantly. James Assersohn, director of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Asia Pacific retail division, said that retailers in almost all industries continue to record strong sales growth, which will encourage them to invest more in the market. Due to the substantial growth in retail sales in the first half of the year and the expected further growth in the future, more and more retailers plan to expand their business.