Sino-Singapore Jingwei, April 6th. On the 6th, the Hurun Research Institute released the "2022 Hurun Global Real Estate Entrepreneurs List".

The list shows that the threshold for the top ten to be listed is 70 billion yuan, and 8 are from China. Among them, 94-year-old Li Ka-shing, the richest man in Hong Kong, has become the world's richest real estate richest man with a fortune of 205 billion yuan; Yuan ranked second; 41-year-old Yang Huiyan of Country Garden ranked third with 165 billion yuan.

  The biggest drop in wealth was Xu Jiayin, 64, of Evergrande, with a decrease of 150 billion yuan.

Country Garden Yang Huiyan ranks first among female real estate entrepreneurs

  According to the list, the total wealth of the world's top 100 real estate entrepreneurs is 4.2 trillion yuan, and the threshold for the list is 17.5 billion yuan; China ranks first with 52; the United States ranks second with 17; the United Kingdom ranks third with 8.

94-year-old Li Ka-shing of Cheung Kong Industrial and his family became the world's richest real estate richest man with a fortune of 205 billion yuan

, down 3 percent from last year.

At present, Changshi Group holds a total investment property portfolio of about 17.6 million square feet. In 2021, it will achieve a revenue of HK$83.2 billion, a year-on-year increase of 17%; net profit attributable to shareholders is HK$21.2 billion, a year-on-year increase of 31%.

In March this year, Cheung Kong sold the "5 Broadgate" office building in London, England, and the debt ratio fell to about 5%. 

  Henderson Land's 94-year-old Lee Shau Kee ranked second with a fortune of 170 billion yuan, up 8 percent from last year.

In 2021, Henderson Land achieved revenue of HK$23.5 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 6%; profit attributable to shareholders was HK$13.2 billion, a year-on-year increase of 29%.

On the mainland, it continues to look for investment projects in first-tier and key second-tier cities, and now has about 8.1 million square feet of completed investment properties. 

Yang Huiyan, 41, of Country Garden, and her family ranked third

with a fortune of 165 billion yuan, down 21 percent from last year.

In 2021, Country Garden's contracted sales amount will be about 558 billion yuan; in the first half of 2021, Country Garden's net debt ratio is 49%, and the cash short-term debt ratio is 2.1.

It is worth mentioning

that female entrepreneurs accounted for 17% in this list,

which is higher than the proportion of women in the Hurun Global Rich List (15%), of which 12 are from China, including the top four,

with Country Garden 41. Year-old Yang Huiyan was the leader


  Wu Guangzheng, 76, of Bao Yugang's son-in-law Wheelock, and his family ranked fourth with a fortune of 115 billion yuan, up 38 percent from last year.

As of June last year, Wheelock had a land bank of more than 7 million square feet in Hong Kong and 2.6 million square meters in the mainland, with net book orders in Hong Kong and the mainland of HK$38 billion and HK$33 billion, respectively. 

  Wu Yajun, 58, the richest self-made woman in the world, and his family from Longhu ranked fifth with a fortune of 105 billion yuan.

In the first half of 2021, Longfor's net debt ratio was 46%, and its asset-liability ratio after excluding advance receipts was 68%.

  Wanda's 68-year-old Wang Jianlin and his family tied for fifth with a fortune of 105 billion yuan.

In October last year, Wanda Commercial Management submitted a listing application to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

In the first half of 2021, Wanda Commercial Management's revenue was 10.6 billion yuan, and its core profit was 2.1 billion yuan. 

  Hugh Grosvenor, 31, from the United Kingdom ranked seventh with a fortune of $100 billion, down 6 percent from last year.

Hugh Grosvenor is the seventh Duke of Westminster and the youngest real estate developer on the list. 

  Donald Bren, 89, of Irvine, ranked eighth with a fortune of $95 billion, up 3 percent from last year.

Donald Bren is the richest man in U.S. real estate; the Irving Company owns more than 120 million square feet of real estate in Southern California.

  Liu Luanxiong, 71, of China Real Estate, and his family ranked ninth with a fortune of 90 billion yuan, down 13 percent from last year.

China Real Estate’s 2021 revenue was HK$1.3 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 57%, and the net profit attributable to the parent was a loss of HK$3.5 billion. The decrease in net dividends from investment in Evergrande is one of the main reasons for the turnaround in performance.

  Excellent 56-year-old Li Hua ranked tenth with a fortune of 70 billion yuan, an increase of 5% over last year.

Since 2018, Zhuoyue has taken measures such as proactively reducing leverage and financing costs. In 2021, the group's full-scale sales will exceed 100 billion yuan for the first time, with a year-on-year growth of over 20% and an annual payment rate of 90%.

Xu Jiayin's wealth declined the most

  According to the list, 57% of real estate entrepreneurs mainly hold commercial properties, and 43% mainly develop and sell properties.

  Real estate entrepreneurs have seen their wealth grow by an average of 5% over the past year.

Among them, the average wealth of Chinese real estate entrepreneurs has shrunk by 3%, and the average wealth of American real estate entrepreneurs has increased by 10%.

The wealth of 57 real estate entrepreneurs increased compared with last year

, among which Wu Guangzheng, 76, of Wheelock from China, increased by 30 billion yuan, followed by Tamara Gustavson, 60, of American Public Storage, with an increase of 20 billion yuan.

  The wealth of 36 real estate entrepreneurs fell compared with last year, of which China accounted for two-thirds (24), and

the largest decline in wealth was Xu Jiayin, 64, of Evergrande, with a decrease of 150 billion yuan


  Hu Run, chairman and chief research officer of Hurun Report, said that since the second half of last year, China's real estate industry has been in deep financial difficulties.

However, it can be seen from this list that among the top 100 entrepreneurs in the global real estate industry, there are more Chinese entrepreneurs than other countries combined.

  Hurun said that China's urbanization rate has exceeded 60%, and 40% of the top 100 real estate entrepreneurs focus on developing and selling properties. It can be seen that there is still room for urbanization in the future.

In general, the real estate industry has been relatively stable for many years. After the epidemic, many people invested in real estate in order to fight inflation.

(Sino-Singapore Jingwei APP)