/ Perth Now

Cashed-up Chinese swoop on Aussie bargains before next boom

Andrew Taylor, the Australian co-founder of Chinese property website, told Perth Now that Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane were the most popular cities for Chinese house-hunting. But, he added, "Perth... Lesen Sie mehr >

The Denver Post
/ The Denver Post

Needy EU nations woo Chinese home buyers with visas

Agents report that "property is what really attracts China's rich". Investing just 500,000 euros, Chinese investors can obtain good returns and also obtain residency and ultimately, if they want it,... Lesen Sie mehr >

/ Bloomberg

Needy EU nations woo Chinese home buyers to ease slump

"Searches for Portuguese properties on rose more than threefold from January through April, said Andrew Taylor, co-chief executive officer of the Chinese real estate website aimed at international home... Lesen Sie mehr >


Europeans use visas to lure Chinese investors

Chinese homebuyers have expanded their reach to include southern Europe. Greece, Cyprus and Portugal are especially popular for the wealthy Chinese because of the historically low prices and the chance... Lesen Sie mehr >

The Washington Post
/ The Washington Post

Needy EU nations woo Chinese property buyers with visa offer

Some wealthy European countries offer resident visas for investors, but require large investments. The U.K. demands the investor sink at least 1 million pounds ($1.6 million) in the country. The... Lesen Sie mehr >

/ Immobilier 2.0

Understanding Chinese property buyers: 57% of affluent Chinese have considered immigration

[Original in French] "Amanda Sun bought three houses worth €4 million on the French Riviera after visiting once as a tourist. Sun is of Chinese origin, 33 years old and... Lesen Sie mehr >

Property Portal Watch
/ Property Portal Watch ends first half on top

" now advertises 2.4 million listings in 53 countries to an exclusive monthly audience of 1 million potential Chinese-speaking buyers. That makes the Shanghai-based company by far the dominant leader... Lesen Sie mehr >

Housing Wire
/ Housing Wire

Chinese homebuyers look overseas for deals

"The efforts of the Chinese government to curb the domestic property market are causing buyers to look at real estate outside of the country, found. . . . A... Lesen Sie mehr >

Bevorstehende Veranstaltungen


Juwai Live Seminar 2020

Juwai will launch a Juwai Live Seminar via Facebook & Zoom which will feature eminent speakers from the real estate industry and experts in related sectors.This is a great opportunity for you to reach a captivated audience of high-net-worth Chinese buyers who are increasingly spending more time online due to travel constraints.


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The novel coronavirus outbreak and Chinese cross-border real estate buying

Like most fields of commerce, Chinese cross-border buying of real estate has felt the direct effects of the novel coronavirus epidemic. The outbreak is a real human tragedy for citizens of many...

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Meetings and conferences go live online as coronavirus outbreak curbs travel

Almost seamless access to global digital platforms has forced companies to adapt the way they design, market, and deliver products and services   When China built two specialised hospitals at breakneck speed...

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How Chinese enclaves became cultural hubs in Australia

From a haven for new migrants to an attraction for tourists, Chinatowns are now a cosmopolitan bridge between Australia and Asia   Chinatowns exist in most Australian states and territories, especially in...

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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. We have prepared this Question and Answer document to help. Read it...

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