The Australian
/ The Australian

LJ Hooker hooks up with Chinese

"Real estate firm LJ Hooker has signed a partnership agreement with China's largest property website, Juwai.com. The deal will enable LJ Hooker's real estate agents to tap into the nation's... Lesen Sie mehr >


BRW
/ Business Review Weekly

Real estate agents lure Chinese property investors 2

Australian real estate agent LJ Hooker has entered into a partnership with Juwai.com to further tap into the A$4.2 billion Chinese investor market. The agreement involves LJ Hooker residential and commercial... Lesen Sie mehr >


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