Juwai Summit April 2018

Juwai announces first China Agent Summit of 2018: April, Beijing

This is your chance to gain VIP access into the Chinese market, and build connections with local agents in China.... Seguir leyendo >


Review

Year in Review: Juwai Top Stories of 2017

As 2017 comes near to an end, we take a glance back at the biggest news and stories that made... Seguir leyendo >


Christmas

Warm wishes from Juwai this holiday season!

We're working throughout the merry holidays for you! It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but while you’re winding... Seguir leyendo >


Partnership Ironfish

Ironfish announces strategic investment in Juwai.com

Ironfish, one of Australia's largest and fastest-growing property investment groups, has announced a strategic investment in Juwai.com. This move brings... Seguir leyendo >


Singapore

4 reasons Singapore is set for a Chinese real estate boom

Chinese buyer interest in Singapore is on the rebound, with Chinese enquiries up 21.2% q-o-q on Juwai.com in Q3 2017.... Seguir leyendo >


En la prensa

CNBC

The trade war is weighing on Chinese home buying in the US

U.S. property sales to Chinese buyers saw a 4% drop from 2017 to 2018, according to numbers provided by Juwai.com, China’s largest foreign property sales site, reports CNBC (26 June 2019). U.S....

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south china morning post 2018

Chinese investors turn to Cyprus property in search of sunshine and EU passports

Chinese investors are increasingly investing in Cyprus thanks to its environment and Golden Visa scheme, reveals South China Morning Post (26 June 2019). Permanent residency in the EU is given to foreigners...

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Nikkei Asian Review

Chinese interest in Japanese housing surges as US loses luster

Chinese demand for Japanese real estate is increasing, reports Nikkei Asian Review (8 June 2019). According to data from Juwai.com, China's top international real estate website, Chinese inquiries for Japan rose 13...

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Business Insider 2018

Forget San Francisco — these 6 global cities have thriving tech hubs that could make them the next Silicon Valley

New places such as Shenzhen, China, are emerging as new hotspots for the tech scene, reports Business Insider (7 June 2019). CNN called Shenzhen China's Silicon Valley. "Shenzhen is a big part...

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