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/ Business Times

Australian property is ‘up for grabs’ for Chinese property investors

Australian properties have its woes, but the Chinese-and other foreign investors are certainly welcoming it. Juwai.com Chief Executive Carrie Law explained that the Chinese don't have many choices for investments... Lesen Sie mehr >


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/ CNBC

Why Chinese investors are looking at Thai real estate

Carrie Law, Chief Executive and Director of China;s number one international property website Juwai.com says Chinese investors are turning their attention toward Southeast Asian property markets, instead of traditionally popular... Lesen Sie mehr >


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/ Australian Broker

How to tap the Chinese client market

Chinese investors and buyers have long provided impetus to the Australian property market and when their interest waned in 2018, property values soon started to slide. “The Chinese buyer who... Lesen Sie mehr >


Property Observer
/ Property Observer

How blockchain is already changing real estate

In his regular column Juwai.com's Chairman of the Board of Directors, Georg Chmiel, chats with Frankie Cheung about how blockchain is already changing real estate. Blockchain will fundamentally change the... Lesen Sie mehr >


Bangkok Post
/ Bangkok Post

Airing their grievances

Though Bangkok's air pollution is likely to have a minimal effect on Thai attitudes towards property purchases, foreign buyers may think differently, particularly Chinese. The Chinese have been interested in... Lesen Sie mehr >


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/ The Nation

Condo investors turn to renting out to generate income

When China's government in 2015 encouraged its people to expand their investments in Thailand and other overseas countries, Chinese investors responded. The latest survey by Juwai.com, the number one international... Lesen Sie mehr >


Property Report
/ Property Report

Thailand is world’s top destination for Chinese home buyers

Residential real estate markets in Thailand attracted more Chinese buyers inquiries than any other country in 2018, data revealed by Shanghai-based property portal Juwai.com showed. It marks the first time... Lesen Sie mehr >


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/ Your Money

Is the Chinese love affair with Australian property over?

New data from Chinese property portal Juwai.com shows interest from buyers dropped 20 per cent last year. But the final three months of 2018 saw inquiries surge almost 60 per... Lesen Sie mehr >


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Wise • 18th Overseas Property, Immigration & Investment Exhibition - Shanghai

The OPI Expo is an unique platform for international companies seeking to enter the Chinese market.

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Skiing boom draws Chinese buyers to Japan

Japan’s top cities and ski resorts attract Chinese buyers who see great investment opportunities in the country Each winter, snow bunnies head to snow-capped mountains in Europe, the US and Canada for...

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Indonesia landscape

Chinese investments drive growth of Indonesian real estate sector

Chinese property buyers’ interest in Southeast Asia’s biggest country picks up after governments cooperate. When someone mentions Indonesia, it is mostly about Jakarta, the capital city, or the island of Bali, popular...

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European ‘secondary real estate markets’ attractive to Chinese buyers

Chinese buyers flock to Europe in search of alternative investments as Sino-US trade war continues. In light of US President Trump’s escalating trade war with the world, Chinese property buyers who were...

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Roadshow

A not-to-be missed opportunity for all in the real estate industry

Juwai.com will be hitting the road come September, taking participants on an exclusive journey that will help them reach Chinese buyers interested in overseas property investments. Planned and organised by Juwai.com, the...

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