2009-01-01, English, Article, Other article edition: Competitiveness factors: a study of the real estate market in China Heng, Li; Li, Vera; Skitmore, Martin; ...

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  • ePublications@SCU, 2009-01-01T08:00:00Z
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  • English

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Title
  • Competitiveness factors: a study of the real estate market in China
Author
  • Heng, Li
  • Li, Vera
  • Skitmore, Martin
  • Wong, Johnny Kwok Wai
  • Cheng, Eddie WL
Published
  • ePublications@SCU, 2009-01-01T08:00:00Z
Part Of
  • Southern Cross Business School
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Summary
  • The execution of ‘macro-adjustment’ policies by the central government to cool down the overheated real estate market in the past few years has created an unfavourable operating environment for real estate developers in Mainland China. Developers need to rethink their business model and create a new form of competitive advantage in order to survive. Despite this, research into the factors that influence the competitiveness of the real estate market in China has been limited. Therefore, a survey of 58 real estate practitioners, experts and academics in China was conducted to probe opinion on the factors that influence competitiveness in real estate firms in China. Survey results suggest that the developer’s financial competency, market coverage and management competencies are vital to its competitiveness. Findings also highlight the importance of industry recognition/​award, share in different types of property sales/​development projects, profit after tax, growth rate of their securities price, and diversification of R&​D in reflecting the competitiveness of real estate developers in China. The findings provide an insight into the factors that influence competitiveness in China’s real estate market and also assist practitioners to formulate competitiveness improvement strategies.
Language
  • English
Identifier
  • oai:epubs.scu.edu.au:bus_pubs-2033

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