Daily Telegraph
/ The Daily Telegraph

Chinese cash in on weak currency

Chinese buyers are on a property buying spree in Sydney, as they can save A$70,000 on average compared to four years ago, reports The Daily Telegraph (26 February 2016). Based... Leer más >


news.com.au
/ News.com

Foreign investment fears as Chinese cashing in on weak Australian dollar

Chinese property hunters are buying Sydney real estate at an unprecedented pace, reports News.com.au (26 February 2016). A weak Australian dollar has strengthened Chinese purchasing power, whereby the Australian dollar... Leer más >


The Courier Mail
/ The Courier Mail

Chinese developer investment in Aussie property market on the rise

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ChinaDaily CN
/ Chinadaily

Chinese strike gold in Dubai with booming homes market

Chinese buyers interest in Dubai residential properties has surged, thanks to their attractive ROI, reports China Daily (5 February 2016). According to the Dubai Land Department, Chinese property investors were... Leer más >


Daily Telegraph
/ The Daily Telegraph

Aussie developers build feng shui homes to meet growing market

Four out of five Chinese buyers are willing to pay extra for houses with good feng shui, says Juwai.com on the Daily Telegraph (3 February 2016). With modern features and... Leer más >


The Australian
/ The Australian

Property bounce hides weakening market

The recent rebound in Melbourne and Sydney property prices is only a temporary breather, according to the Australian (2 February 2016). Over the past year, Melbourne’s home prices rose 11... Leer más >


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