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Winning real estate via acquisitions with businessman Gordon Tang

In a time, when the real estate market has been fluctuating globally, Chinese business tycoon Gordon Tang is churning big profits through Singapore-listed SingHaiyi group. The company, for which his wife Mrs. Celine Tang, serves as the Group Managing Director, has been focusing on acquisitions, not just in Singapore, but also in the US, China and Malaysia. While Gordon Tang is the non-executive director of SingHaiyi, he has a controlling stake through holding company, Haiyi Holdings. Under his expertise, guidance and vision, the group has become one of the few to actually have successful acquisitions in the US. Notable of all is an office building of 204,300-sq.ft called 5 Thomas Mellon Circle in San Francisco Bay, California, which will become a condo project in the future.

Mr. Neil Bush, who is the non-executive chairman of the group, is also partners with the Tangs in Oregon-based American Pacific International Capital (APIC), which runs many hotels in the US and has assets in China and Malaysia under the Haiyi brand. Mr. Tang idea is to acquire distressed assets and make the most of the available space, offering great projects to the masses and assuring profits for the group – an ideal mix for sure.

Exploring Global Real Estate With Investor Gordon Tang!

Mr. Gordon Tang is best known as Non-Executive Director of SingHaiyi group that deals in property management, real estate investments and property enhancement. Mr. Tang’s journey as an investor started way back in 1995, when he initiated Tang Dynasty Pte Ltd in Singapore and later Haiyi in 2003. Back then, international trade and corporate investments remained their prime areas of interest. Later Mr. Tang and his wife Mrs. Celine Tang joined hands with Neil Bush, brother of former US-president George W Bush, for Oregon-based American Pacific International Capital (APIC), which owns and manages many hotels, including California’s Hotel Metropolis.  APIC also has major assets in Hong Kong, China, and Singapore.

Besides his work, which remains his prime area of interest, Mr. Tang is also the vice president of National Olympic Committee of Cambodia and president of Cambodia Sailing Federation. As for SingHaiyi, it has achieved many feats under the guidance of Mr. Gordon Tang and rest of the team. One of their initial projects was 517-unit executive condo The Vales in Sengkang. Since 2013, Mr. Tang has been focusing on acquiring distressed real estate assets in the US, with the intention of refurbishing and selling then later for a profit.