Business Insider
/ Business Insider

The Chinese super-rich are about to flood the US real estate market

China’s financial market turmoil is expected to accelerate real estate purchases by wealthy Chinese in the US and elsewhere, reports Business Insider (29 August 2015). Properties abroad are seen as... Lesen Sie mehr >


Business Spectator
/ Business Spectator

Hints Chinese could hide in overseas property

The devaluation of the Renminbi could potentially trigger a surge in overseas property investment by Chinese buyers, says the Business Spectator (29 August 2015). US and Australian real estate, in... Lesen Sie mehr >


Inman
/ Inman News

Chinese-Americans target million-dollar listings

Juwai data revealed that in 2014, Chinese Americans invested US$105.5 billion in US real estate, while Mainland Chinese invested US$22 billion, reports Inman News (24 August 2015). On average, Chinese... Lesen Sie mehr >


World Property Journal
/ World Property Journal

Chinese-Americans spent US$105.1 billion on US real estate in 2014

The newest report from Juwai.com divulged that Chinese Americans outspent mainland Chinese buyers by nearly 5 to 1 in 2014, reports World Property Journal (24 August 2015). Chinese Americans splurged... Lesen Sie mehr >


The Adviser
/ The Adviser

Fresh wave of Chinese money to hit property market

Chinese investors could contribute up to US$2.3 trillion to foreign property markets alone if the QDII2 scheme were to be implemented nationally in China, reports The Adviser (18 August 2015).... Lesen Sie mehr >


Financial Review
/ Australian Financial Review

Devaluation won’t halt investment

The Australian real estate market could benefit from the recent devaluation of the Chinese yuan, as the first devaluation of the yuan since 1994 may further spur Chinese outbound investment,... Lesen Sie mehr >


World Property Journal
/ World Property Journal

Chinese investors flocking to Thailand property deals

The Juwai Chinese Purchasing Intent Index for Thailand has soared 180 per cent, reports World Property Journal (13 August 2016). Thailand outperfomed larger countries: the US, Australia, UK, Canada and... Lesen Sie mehr >


The Real Estate Conversation
/ The Real Estate Conversation

Overseas buyers rely almost entirely on the Internet during their research phase

FIRB data has shown that Australian real estate sold to foreign investors has increased by 273% over the last 5 years, reports The Real Estate Conversation (10 August 2015). The... Lesen Sie mehr >


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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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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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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 and local regions into the Japanese capital, and historically low interest rates....

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