bobday
/ The Bob Dey Property Report

Property shopping high on Chinese new year to-do list

Buying real estate while travelling overseas during Chinese New Year 2017 is high on the to-do list of Chinese buyers, reports The Bob Dey Property Report (27 January 2017). According... Lesen Sie mehr >


The Courier Mail
/ The Courier Mail

Real estate agents roll out the red carpet for Chinese New Year

Wealthy Chinese property buyers intend to travel to Australia during Chinese New Year and many will be property hunting, reports The Courier Mail (25 January 2017). According to a recent... Lesen Sie mehr >


news.com.au
/ News.com.au

Chinese New Year tipped to bring property buyers from China to Melbourne

Australia is tipped to see an influx of Chinese buyers during Chinese New Year Golden Week, reports New.com.au (27 January 2017). Besides being named as the fifth most popular destination... Lesen Sie mehr >


Domain
/ Domain

Chinese New Year brings surge to Australian property market

Australian real estate agents expect Chinese New Year to be a busier period than usual as its stable economy and regular returns are still attracting Chinese buyers, reports Domain (27... Lesen Sie mehr >


PR web
/ PRWeb

Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty and Tiger Oak Media to print 2017 edition of all-Mandarin “Seattle Luxury Living” Magazine; targets rise in Chinese consumers

A recent Juwai.com report shows that Seattle has become the top destination for Chinese buyers after British Columbia imposed a 15% tax on foreign buyers, reports PRWeb (26 January 2017).... Lesen Sie mehr >


ChinaDaily CN
/ Chinadaily

Many Chinese travelers hunting for UK property

Over half of Chinese travelling out of China during the Chinese New Year Golden Week intend to hunt for international property, reports ChinaDaily (26 January 2017). The statistics were released... Lesen Sie mehr >


channel news asia
/ Channel News Asia

Chinese buyers looking to Australian properties

Australia's affordable homes, combined with its reputation for clean air and a good education system, have made the country an attractive investment opportunity for Chinese investors with deep pockets, reports... Lesen Sie mehr >


The South China Morning Post
/ South China Morning Post

Market tipped to cool; Industry analysts in the United States express concern over 2017

Real estate experts are expecting slow housing price growth after the surprise election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, reports the South China Morning Post (25 January... Lesen Sie mehr >


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Agent of the month Kay & Burton

Agent of the Month: Jamie Mi, Kay & Burton

Kay & Burton has been at the forefront of Australian real estate since 1938. For decades, the Kay & Burton brand has been synonymous with premium properties in Australia and is reputed...

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First quarter of 2020 sees increase in Chinese buyer enquiries

Pandemic did not quell Chinese appetite for cross border property acquisitions, according to Juwai.com’s second report on the impact of Coronavirus on global real estate market. Despite the virus and the resulting...

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Juwai IQI expands to reach out to Asian cross-border property consumers

Proptech company Juwai IQI launches Juwai.asia, the first global portal for non-China Asian consumers who want to purchase cross-border real estate around the world. It seems nothing is going to stop Juwai...

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Property survey Thailand Q1 2020

Thailand survey shows property agents expect foreign buyers to make more purchases in the year to come

Juwai IQI’s first “Residential Property Index – Thailand” survey reveals how agents are reacting to the coronavirus pandemic that has slowed buyer activity in the real estate sector Juwai IQI “Residential Property...

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