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The Asian Market

With a population of 4.6 billion, Asia’s stake in world markets has grown dramatically in the last half-century. Today, Asian countries rank as some of the top producers of many agricultural, forest, fishing, mining, and industrial products. This increased production has brought extreme wealth, culminating in many high-net-worth individuals, especially those from China, who are driving real estate activity around the world.

Emerging economies in Southeast Asia such as Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Cambodia, in particular, have been catching investor interest as property markets across this region remain relatively vibrant and diverse, supported by reforms and new infrastructure. Investors sentiment remain confident in the ability of these regional property markets to deliver value over the long term.

Of all Asian buyers, Chinese investors remain the fastest-growing segment of global property. From luxury homes to modest condominiums, they account for most foreign real estate investments in major cities across the globe. According to figures released by the International Monetary Fund’s World Economic Output 2020, China is now the world’s top economic powerhouse.

The China Market

From million-dollar trophy homes to more modest condominiums, Chinese buyers are the fastest-growing segment of global property buyers. By 2020, Chinese overseas property transactions are predicted to hit US$220 billion.

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Top 5 Australian Cities for Asian Property Buyers in 2020

Australia is a stable and low-risk destination for investment, thanks to a resilient economy, dynamic industries and strong trade ties with the world. Australia offers a wealth of investment opportunities in resources...

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Top Country Report 2020

Juwai Top 10 Asian Buyer Picks for 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has restricted and reduced the movement of Asian real estate buyers around the world, but it has not undermined their enthusiasm for overseas real estate. Download the report now...

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Top 10 U.S. Cities for Asian Property Buyers in 2021

While the pandemic may have stalled Asian property buyers' activities, this has not damped their appetite for real estate investments – be it locally or internationally.1 Take the USA, for...

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Marketing in Asia

48 Percent of Malaysians Expect Higher Home Prices

Forty-eight per cent of Malaysians expect home prices to increase in 2021, while two out of every five expect to...


South China Morning Post

Financial freedom costs US$4 million in Hong Kong, second only to London

According to the ability to maintain a desired lifestyle, London is more expensive than Hong Kong, based on the data...