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Chinese real estate listings portal Juwai.com expands European property coverage

Juwai.com has extended its reach into Europe following the signing of a new agreement, which will potentially add thousands of new European property listings to the site. Leer más >


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More Chinese buyers targeted via Juwai partnership with Previsite

More than 200,000 real estate professionals in 24 countries and especially within Europe can now market their listings to Chinese buyers on Juwai.com from directly within the Previsite dashboard. Leer más >


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

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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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Chinese Australian Dwelling Investment Tracker

Chinese buyers’ interest in Australian properties is picking up again as the country goes through worst property slump in a generation. Chinese buyers have been snapping up Australian assets from mines to...

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