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Real Estate

Leasing or purchasing facilities or sites for manufacturing, warehousing, or office purposes is an essential first step to procuring a license to operate in China. In fact, having a lease fully executed is a prerequisite to obtaining a license to operate as a local entity. With rents increasing, it is often beneficial to purchase a long-term lease for a piece of land and build on it as opposed to lease of a facility from its current owner. Either way, real estate cost is a major consideration for doing business in China. At IPO Pang, we can assist businesses in navigating the real estate industry. 

Chinese law applies in all respects in real estate transactions.  IPO Pang has vast experience in all legal aspects related to property, which includes:

  • Leasing
  • Purchasing
  • Use of property
  • Permits to operate
  • Utilities
  • Parking
  • Title transfers
  • Tax assessment
  • Management companies
  • Many other property related contracts

IPO Pang advises both buyers and sellers, lessors and lessees, financial institutions, bankers and other property lenders. We have a large network of partners who can assist with completion of due diligence, environmental assessment, and construction. If a dispute arises, real estate litigation is one of our specialties. At IPO Pang, we ensure real estate transactions go as smoothly as possible for our clients.

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