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  • bab10m bab10m Nov 6, 2012 11:36 AM Flag

    Worth $10+

    How the company manages the New York project will be very critical, the success will push the stock price over the book value. It is not so much about sale, rich Chinese are waiting in line to buy properties in such a premium location through a Chinese developer, the risk is on the management of the construction quality and cost. We need the management to talk more about their US team on the conference call.

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    • Well they'll have to hire union workers in NY and they have a pretty rigid building code in NYC and I would imagine Xin has already figured in the construction costs prior to the purchase

    • "rich Chinese are waiting in line to buy properties in such a premium location through a Chinese developer"

      LOL!! Yeah, right! Chinese people are smart and know better than to buy something from a Chinese developer. The Chinese are known for their lack of quality. The Chinese themselves are well aware of this. Have you traveled in China? Have you experienced the shoddy quality of the buildings firsthand? I have. Even fancy hotels are often put together like crap. Plumbing systems are a joke and all too often stink like crazy, even in tier 1 cities.

      XIN's US properties should do well, but not at all because of what you claim. There is no need for you to spew lies to try to pump XIN stock. XIN has a tremendous number of positives going for it. Don't make up a new one that is a lie and that you know nothing about. How many rich Chinese do you personally know? How many of them are you aware of their desires?

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      • Xin does have a number of positives but I doubt you could name one. Your posts are always personal without EVER getting to a rational point. I actually agree with your conclusion about Xin but your reasoning is so poor I had to give a thumbs down.

        Sentiment: Hold

      • Take it easy, son, Chinese may well hope to buy a property from a US developer, but US developers don't market properties in China, you need a "CHANNEL" to buy a property, a " CHANNEL", while it may be hard for you to understand that, XIN understands that, that's the whole story behind this entry into the US market. They are not building for Americans, they are building for Chinese.
        As an investor, I always hope the stock to go lower in the short term. I normally place moronic people on my ignore list, and you clearly belong to that place.

      • "rich Chinese are waiting in line to buy properties in such a premium location through a Chinese developer"

        Lesspheus, Don't jump all over the guy. What he is trying to say is that people are comfortable making transactions with those from their own culture. Xin is a Chinese company that will own and market American made U.S. properties to citizens in China. It's a potentially explosive niche, and they are first to the table.

        If you were interested in buying property in Azerbaijan, would you rather explore your transaction through a U.S. company who owns and markets the property or a local company from Azerbaijan who owns and markets the property? My guess is you would be more comfortable making your inquiries through the American firm.

        The Chinese are comfortable exploring property purchases abroad through Chinese firms, as you would be most comfortable dealing with American firms. That's the competitive edge, and Xin has it.

        Long and Strong.

 
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