We have also compiled data and done some calculations, including correlations, standard deviations, and volatility (risk) assessments where feasible, on the following, largely based on statistics from January°VJune 2006:
a) Sold number of units, floor areas, and the typical size (floor area) per unit
b) Newly supplied number of units, floor areas, and the typical size (floor area) per unit
c) The more affordable residential villas versus the more expensive villas
d) The ratios between demand (as evidenced in transaction data) and supply
e) The patterns of demand and supply and to what extent they synch (or not synch)
f) The comparison of the residential villa sub-sector to the overall residential sector
The above content may be obtained via the full version of this study and interested parties may refer to this webpage for details:In short, investors should monitor the Shanghai residential villa (and the rest of the luxury residential sector) sub-sector closely for reflexive points and opportunities.
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