Domain
/ Domain

Tower wars: Melbourne penthouses compete to attract buyers

Demand is reviving for luxury penthouses in Melbourne, reports Domain (26 November 2016). Property agents are turning towards foreign investors, such as the Chinese, as they increasingly find it hard... Lesen Sie mehr >


Reuters
/ Reuters

Foreigners pile back into Australian property, reignite bubble fears

Despite lending restrictions and foreign buyers taxes, Chinese property buyer interest in Australian real estate is on the rise again, reports Reuters (24 November 2016). Chinese investors from mid-tier cities,... Lesen Sie mehr >


inman
/ Inman

What President Trump means for Chinese investment

As Donald Trump prepares to officially become the next President of the United States, real estate experts ponder how his policies will affect foreign buyers, reports Inman (21 November 2016).... Lesen Sie mehr >


The Globe And Mail
/ The Globe and Mail

Don’t expect a post-Trump surge of Chinese real estate investment

Chinese international real estate buyers seem to remain unfazed about Donald Trump's US presidential win on 8 November, reports The Globe and Mail (17 November 2016). As Trump's victory was... Lesen Sie mehr >


Street Insider
/ StreetInsider.com

Realogics Sotheby's International Realty reports a "Gold Rush" of mainland Chinese buyers

The recent 15% foreign buyer tax in British Columbia has led Chinese buyers to turn from Vancouver towards nearby Seattle, reports StreetInsider.com (17 November 2016). Seattle-based Realogics Sotheby's International Realty... Lesen Sie mehr >


Real Estate Talk
/ Real Estate Talk

Are great property investors born or made? + “Anything is possible when you don’t know what you’re doing”.

Gavin Norris, Head of Australia and New Zealand for Juwai.com, was recently part of a panel to discuss about Australian and New Zealand real estate on radio show Real Estate... Lesen Sie mehr >


Bloomberg
/ Bloomberg

The Chinese home-buying frenzy's coming to a city near you

Chinese real estate experts believe that cross-border property investments should be on the rise in the next few years, reports Bloomberg (14 November 2016). Chinese have accumulated large amount of... Lesen Sie mehr >


Hotel Management
/ Hotel Management

UK plans trade deals with China for real estate development

The UK is seeking to forge trade deals with international players in preparation of the looming Brexit, reports Hotel Management (11 November 2016). Prior to meeting Chinese Vice Premier Ma... Lesen Sie mehr >


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