The purchase of a family home is usually the most important investment for most young couples in China. Shows in detail the procedure that a young couple goes through to find the end of April 2007 to finance and close on an apartment in Beijing within what they believe to be their financial capabilities. Place in the context of the rapidly evolving Chinese property market and asks questions about the search and acquisition of properties that are specifically for Beijing. Also deals with the d … Read more »

The purchase of a family home is usually the most important investment for most young couples in China. Shows in detail the procedure that a young couple goes through to find the end of April 2007 to finance and close on an apartment in Beijing within what they believe to be their financial capabilities. Place in the context of the rapidly evolving Chinese property market and asks questions about the search and acquisition of properties that are specifically for Beijing. Also deals with the direct and indirect costs involved in the home purchase, and compares these costs for the rental alternative. Also examines the role that the Internet in the home-buying process play in China.
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Arthur I sail,
Voon Lee Siang,
Jialei Tian,
Ying Wang Laura
Source: Harvard Business School
29 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 18, 2007. Prod #: 208015-PDF-ENG
Beijing Dream HBR case solution

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