China's property market saw a further decline of property prices in July, the third consecutive monthly decline in 2014.
After years of decline, the South Korean housing market appears to have turned around.
Several sizeable Chinese cities have in the last few days backtracked on the tough restrictions on property purchases that have been put in place across the country.
A rising number of China-focused, often Hong Kong-based investors have been selling large property developments in the mainland, as the market shows increasing signs of stress.
This week, a SWAT police team at least 20 strong descended on the sales office of a property developer in Zhejiang Province.
Home-buyers are expected to return to India's subdued property market after the country's general elections, which start next week.
Private home sales in Singapore increased 28 percent in January compared to the previous month.
The Global House Price Index released by property research firm Knight Frank increased by 8.4 percent last year.
Japan's biggest home-builder is planning to invest 150 billion yen ($1.48 billion) in the U.S.
City Developments Ltd, Singapore's second-largest developer, announced an 11 percent decline in fourth-quarter profit.