The residential real estate market is the cornerstone of any economic well-being. Animal shelter is considered a basic human need and is based on Maslow’s famous pyramid of needs. Therefore, it is understandable that the development of the residential real estate market has a hazy effect on many people around the world.
Major industry leaders believe that population growth, rising living standards, and land and housing shortages and shortages are critical to maintaining home prices. It was further determined that the absence of any of the above three trends could halt the housing market, and the absence of two or more could lead to a decline in property values. Many of these factors play a role in real estate markets worldwide and are discussed in detail in Mordor Intelligence’s market research study for the residential real estate market in China.
The report divides the residential real estate market in China into four subgroups, namely Budget, Value, Premium and Luxury; The demographic distribution of wealth and the desired risk-return nature of different classes of property investors play a key role in comparing supply and demand for property types.
The main topics examined during the study:
• Economic activity in China at the economic and sector/branch level, GDP analysis and key industries affecting residential real estate, PESTLE analysis and the existence of the shadow economy.
• Interest rates, interest rates, inflation and employment statistics in China.
• Urban coverage and market development (main cities by population, business activity, etc.).
• Demographic analysis and demographic effects on residential real estate and specific insights.
• Advise opinion leaders and key experts to provide insight into key issues (many of which will be described below).
• Development of supply, vacancy and occupancy in various residential property classes.
• Types of Buyers and Leases: Their Preferences and Experiences.
• Primary and secondary market analysis in China.
• Analysis of the provision of affordable housing as the main evaluation factor.
• Yield indicators for residential property leasing and sales in China.
• Metrics/statistics based on unit of measure: unit size in relation to speed of sale, function of house in relation to speed of sale, price per unit in relation to speed of sale.
• Industry revenues from collusion and development, real estate leasing and leasing, brokerage, property management and other services.
• Profiles of major and emerging players in the residential real estate market in China.
• Market size by definition and expected growth (with CAGR) for various segments of the residential real estate market in China.
• Availability of capital/credit, along with the main trends and analysis of competition among investors in the residential real estate industry. Reporting on direct and indirect investment methods, along with key PERE statistics, performance of listed REOC companies, REITS data and their performance, is supported by Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities (CMBS) and institutional allocations to real estate finance.
• E-commerce trends, technological trends and paradigm shifts in the operational aspects of the residential real estate business due to technological advances, the development of new solutions that can change the way the industry works in China.
• The emergence and continued presence of solution providers, such as data analytics providers and software solutions companies, along with the availability of home automation, AR and VR, intelligent and off-site builds that brokers find more beneficial than the other way around.
• Environmentally friendly, green building trend and environmental trend in China.
• Taxes and court fees and home buying procedures – important factors affecting returns.
• Profile and analyze the competition of the most important players in the sector, comparing them based on various parameters, such as the location of their activity / assets, price developments, valuation impact due to the real estate environment, work style, presence in the capital market.
• The presence of service companies in China and their large role in the advancement of the industry.