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How the coronavirus outbreak affects Chinese looking to buy property overseas

As the world grapples with the fast-moving coronavirus, many real estate agents are asking how the outbreak might affect their business.... Lesen Sie weiter >


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Which areas in Tokyo would best appeal to Chinese buyers?

Tokyo real estate has rebounded in the last few years, fuelled by several trends: the upcoming Tokyo Olympics, migration from abroad... Lesen Sie weiter >


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6 tips on how to engage Chinese property buyers

Analytics and data give us all sorts of insights into what our customers want from our business. But sometimes it... Lesen Sie weiter >


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Chinese Australian Dwelling Investment Tracker

Chinese buyers’ interest in Australian properties is picking up again as the country goes through worst property slump in a... Lesen Sie weiter >


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The Philippines sees surge in Chinese investments

Juwai report examines Chinese buyers’ interest in Philippine real estate and factors driving them. As western markets impose capital curbs,... Lesen Sie weiter >


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Getting real business with Juwai

Getting real business with Juwai was the focus of a presentation by Georg Chmeil, Chairman of Juwai.com, at a high-profile industry... Lesen Sie weiter >


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New Straits Times

IQI Global posts RM2.4bil sales in 1H

Despite market volatility and the ongoing pandemic, real estate specialist IQI Global has sold over RM2.4 billion of properties in the first half of 2020, according to a report in the New...

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propertynoise.com.au

Sydney and Melbourne landlords lose AUD60 million a month due to international student drought

Landlords in Sydney and Melbourne are losing an estimated AUD60 million in rental income each month, reports Propertynoise Australia (24 June 2020). Chinese property portal Juwai estimates each city has shed just...

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The South China Morning Post

As China and Australia trade barbs on coronavirus and racism, property market joins list of casualties

Strained relations between Beijing and Canberra are likely to worsen the Australian real estate market that helps support the Australian economy, reports the South China Morning Post (23 March 2020). It is...

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New Straits Times

'Inflation is likely to stay subdued'

Economists expect inflation in Malaysia to remain subdued for May, reports New Straits Times (23 June 2020). Although the country has lifted its Movement Control Order, put in place to curb the...

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