Amid a wave of buyers refusing to make mortgage payments on delayed housing projects, Beijing last month vowed to increase support to private developers and ensure buyers can take delivery of their homes.
Shares in Yango jumped by their daily limit of 10% in early Monday trade, while Greenland gained roughly 4%.
Chinese media also separately reported that Zhengzhou, the capital city of central Henan province, plans to set up a 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) fund to tackle social and financial problems.
Greenland said in a statement on Monday that a subsidiary plans to borrow a combined 3 billion yuan from two state-owned shareholders. The two-year loans, with an annual interest rate of 6%, would help maintain ample liquidity, and help the company's efforts to sure the smooth handing over of homes, it said.
China Huarong Asset Management, a major bad loan company, said in a statement that it has recently signed a framework agreement with Yanggo Longking Group to restructure its debt. Yanggo Longking is the parent of cash-strapped developer Yango Group.
The move is a concrete step by the Chinese government to defuse risks in the real estate market and reinvigorate Yango, Huarong said.
($1 = 6.7607 Chinese yuan)
(Reporting by Samuel Shen and Brenda Goh; Editing by Edwina Gibbs)