It seems the best strategy for apartment hunting is to put your eggs in several baskets, one of which should be Anjuke.
by Ryan Gandolfo, 24 June 2020
While China's buildings reach out to the sky, new policies might force developers to keep both feet on the ground.
by Edoardo Donati Fogliazza, 26 December 2018
RMB5 million was the minimum requirement for a shot at rent-controlled housing in Shenzhen.
by Evelyn Wang, 01 June 2018
Authorities hope the lottery will curb the rising cost of housing in districts boasting the city's most coveted schools.
by Justine Lopez, 28 March 2017
Beijing parents will do whatever it takes to send their kids to the best schools – even if it means buying absurdly expensive (and crappy) houses.
by Justine Lopez, 23 February 2017
Did Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou or Shenzhen make the cut?
by Bridget O'Donnell, 10 February 2017
'My neighbor doesn't speak English, but her kindness needs no translation.'
by Bridget O'Donnell, 19 September 2016
It turns out that the chance to live in a historical relic might be too good to be true.
by Justine Lopez, 11 July 2016