Hony Capital has agreed to invest an additional RMB599 million ($91 million) hotel operator Shanghai Jinjiang International alongside other financial and strategic investors.
China-based warehousing operator e-Shang, which was founded by two local entrepreneurs in conjunction with Warburg Pincus, has agreed to merge with Asian counterpart Redwood Group as it builds scale towards a public market listing.
KKR has formed a partnership with China Orient Asset Management and China Orient Summit Capital (COS Capital) to make credit and distressed opportunities in the country, with real estate likely to be a key area of focus.
SouFun Holdings, a US-listed Chinese online real estate portal backed by the Carlyle Group and IDG Capital Partners, plans to spin out its online media and finance service units into a domestic backdoor listing.
Indian classifieds site Quikr has bought property search website CommonFloor for an undisclosed amount. Both companies have received VC funding.
Advantage Partners leveraged its expertise in corporate carve-outs to acquire SBI Life Living. It plans to split the business in two so that each half can achieve its full potential
RRJ Capital, Hong Kong-based asset management firm Value Partners, and other investors have committed HKD1.5 billion ($197 million) to Logan Property Holdings, a real estate development business controlled by Chinese billionaire Kei Ho Pang.
Aiwujiwu, a Chinese rental and second-home listings portal, has completed a Series E round of funding worth $150 million round led by Temasek Holdings and Hillhouse Capital.
China-based property manager Zhong Ao Home Group, which received a pre-IPO investment from Vision Knight Capital earlier this year, is looking to raise up to HK$459.2 million ($59.2 million) through a Hong Kong offering.
KKR has signed up another partner for its India-focused real estate non-banking finance company (NBFC), with US-based investor The Townsend Group agreeing to commit capital.
The private equity arm of India's Essel Finance has invested INR400 million ($6 million) across two housing projects by Mumbai-based developer Rashmi Housing, and will invest another INR350 million in a third project.
ALE Property Group, owner of Australia’s largest portfolio of freehold pub properties, has rejected a takeover bid from private investment firm Caledonia that values the business at approximately A$770 million ($564 million).
Warburg Pincus and Indian real estate developer Embassy Group has formed a joint venture to build industrial parks with warehousing facilities in key cities in India.
Sequoia Capital and Kalaari Capital have committed $10 million in Series B funding to Indian start-up Cryptopy Technologies, the developer of rental property listing platform Grabhouse.
H&Q Asia Pacific will invest $100 million to acquire land and develop a technology hub in Silicon Valley.
IDG Capital Partners and The Carlyle Group will invest between $400 million and $700 million in US-listed Chinese online real estate portal SouFun Holdings, alongside company management.
FountainVest Partners has led a $223 million Series C round of funding for Chinese online real estate services platform Fangdd.com.
Sino-French PE firm Cathay Capital has invested an undisclosed sum in China Construction Design International (CDDI), a private architecture and engineering consulting firm.
Goldman Sachs has invested $150 million in the Piramal Group's real estate development arm, Piramal Realty, less than a month after Warburg Pincus committed INR18 billion ($284 million) to the company.
IDG Capital Partners and the Carlyle Group are investing $1 billion in Beijing-based online real estate portal SouFun Holdings alongside the company's management.
All-Stars Investment has led a $300 million new funding round for Tujia.com, valuing the Chinese vacation-rental website at more than $1 billion.
Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart and its backer Tiger Global have together invested INR760 million ($12 million) in online home rentals start-up NestAway.
Warburg Pincus has agreed to invest INR18 billion ($284 million) in Piramal Realty, the real estate development arm of Indian conglomerate Piramal Group.
Singapore-based online real estate portal PropertyGuru, which recently raised funds from TPG Capital, Emtek Group and Square Peg Capital, has bought sales and marketing platform ePropertyTrack.