The South China Morning Post
/ South China Morning Post

Thai developers target customers in mainland China, as demand plateaus in Hong Kong

Thai developers are now upping their game in targeting the Chinese market, reports the South China Morning Post (28 June 2016). According to data from leading Chinese international real estate... Leer más >


Huffingtonpost
/ The Huffington Post

Why Brexit could be a blessing for foreign real estate investors

The UK property market is seeing an upsurge in interest from foreign investors, reports the Huffington Post (27 June 2016). This is especially true in the case of Asian investors,... Leer más >


Forbes
/ Forbes

Weaker U.K. pound makes Chinese house hunters happy

For British developers and Chinese investors looking to benefit from a cheaper sterling, the recent Brexit seems to be an opportunity for foreign buyers to puchase high-end properties at bargain... Leer más >


Nikkei Asian Review
/ Nikkei Asia

Asian business, political leaders voice their concerns over Brexit

While Asian business and political leaders voiced their respective concerns about the Brexit vote in the UK, the real estate industry is already moving fast to adjust their business strategies,... Leer más >


theguardian.com
/ The Guardian

EU referendum makes gold miners and property oligarchs richer

As the British pound is hitting historical lows, gold price and the UK real estate market are picking up, reports the Guardian (27 June 2016). Thanks to the falling pound,... Leer más >


Domain
/ Domain

Foreign-buyer stamp-duty charge unsettles luxury home market

The prospect of owning a luxurious property in Australia trumps the charges that may go along with it in NSW, reports Domain (22 June 2016). According to Gavin Norris, Head... Leer más >


CNBC
/ CNBC

Brexit doesn't scare Chinese homebuyers: Juwai.com

Despite the ambivalence encircling the Brexit referendum, a recent survey in early June by Juwai.com revealed 56 per cent of Chinese respondents believe the UK property demand will surge, reports... Leer más >


CNBC
/ CNBC

Chinese buyers remain keen on UK property despite Brexit fears

Chinese buyers remain keen on UK property despite Brexit fearsUncertainty surrounding a looming Brexit vote hasn't spooked mainland buyers, one of the biggest drivers of U.K. home prices, according... Leer más >


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