January 31 – New home sales volume in China's 20 largest cities tumbled 81% during the 7-day new year break compared to the same period a year ago, according to the China Index Academy.
January 31 – New home prices in China's tier-one cities are expected to fall 15% to 20% in 2012, JP Morgan Chase & Co predicted.
January 21 – New home prices in Wuhan, Hubei's provincial capital, rose 4.8% to an average ¥6,878/m2 in 2011, according to the local property management authority.
January 20 – Overall property sales in Beijing dropped 12.2% to 14.4 million m2 in 2011, where residential property sales were down 13.9% to 10.35 million m2, according to the local statistics bureau.
January 18 – New home prices in Guangzhou rose 2.6% to an average ¥13,401/m2 in 2011, according to the local land resource administration.
January 18 – 52 of China's largest 70 cities saw their new home prices decline in December from a month earlier, up from 49 in November, the National Bureau of Statistics said.
January 18 – Property prices per m2 in China will decline 5.3% in 2012, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences predicted, adding that investment in the market will grow 21.1% and property sales volume will grow 3.2%.
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