March 30, 2012
/PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- IFM Investments Limited (NYSE: CTC) ("Century 21 China Real Estate" or the "Company"), a leading comprehensive real estate services provider and the exclusive franchisor for the CENTURY 21® brand in
, today announced that it is working with its ADS depositary, JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., to effectuate a change in the ratio of its American depositary shares ("ADSs") to Class A ordinary shares from 1:15 to 1:45 (the "Ratio Change"). The plan to effectuate the Ratio Change has been approved by the board of directors of the Company. The Company anticipates that the Ratio Change will bring its average ADS price above
per ADS in compliance with the New York Stock Exchange continued listing standard relating to minimum average share price. The Company will update the investors in due course as soon as the effective date of the Ratio Change is determined.
About Century 21 China Real Estate
IFM Investments Limited ("Century 21 China Real Estate" or "CTC") is a leading comprehensive real estate services provider and the exclusive franchisor for the CENTURY 21® brand in
. CTC primarily focuses on
's fast-growing and highly fragmented secondary real estate market, providing company-owned brokerage services, franchise services, mortgage management services, primary services, commercial services and fund management services. CTC has experienced substantial growth since it commenced operations in 2000, and received numerous awards and recognition as franchisor and real estate services provider for its service quality and business achievements. Century 21 China Real Estate became a public company in
and its ADSs, each of which represents 15 ordinary shares of CTC, currently trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "CTC." For more information about CTC, please visit
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