Study on the Debt Repayment Ability of Real Estate Enterprises: Taking Jiangsu Tianyuan as an Example


  • Guanyu Li



Real estate, Debt repayment ability, Financial statements.


With the changing economic situation in recent years, real estate companies, as the backbone of the industry in China, face increasingly fierce market environments. In order to ensure long-term survival, accurately predicting the future development and trends of the company is crucial. The ability to repay debts plays a vital role in this regard. This paper primarily analyzes and summarizes the debt repayment issues of Jiangsu Tianyuan Real Estate in its current operational development phase. Specifically, it addresses the problems of low financial leverage, unreasonable debt structure, and inadequate short-term debt repayment plans. To address these issues, recommendations are proposed, including increasing the company's financial leverage, planning the debt structure rationally, and developing reasonable short-term debt repayment plans. It is hoped that these suggestions can provide a theoretical basis for enhancing the debt repayment ability of real estate companies in the future


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How to Cite

Li, G. (2023). Study on the Debt Repayment Ability of Real Estate Enterprises: Taking Jiangsu Tianyuan as an Example. Frontiers in Business, Economics and Management, 10(3), 60–63.