Times Colonist
/ Times Colonist

Canada has a new hotspot for pricey real estate, Times Colonist

Montreal has surpassed Vancouver and Toronto to be the top real estate investment destination, reports Times Colonist (10 July 2018).  A Sotheby's report unveiled that luxury home sales around the... Leer más >


New Westminster Record
/ New Westminster Record

Canada has a new hotspot for pricey real estate, New Westminster Record

Montreal has overtaken Metro Vancouver and Greater Toronto as Canada’s new leading city for Chinese real estate investment, reports New Westminster Report (10 July 2018). According to a recent report released... Leer más >


Mortgage Professional America
/ Mortgage Professional America

Chinese buyers’ website not expecting further US regulation

The US is unlikely to take further steps this year to curb the impact of foreign ownership of homes, reports Mortgage Professional America (6 July 2018). According to the recently published... Leer más >


Mortgage Broker News
/ Mortgage Broker News

Nearly 9 out of 10 Chinese buyers hail from the mainland

89% of users on Chinese international property platform Juwai.com seeking Canadian homes hailed from mainland China, reports Mortgage Broker News (6 July 2018). The remaining percentage of Juwai users either... Leer más >


CBC
/ CBC

Montreal becomes hot spot for Chinese real estate shoppers, says Juwai report, CBC

Foreign buyer taxes in Vancouver and Toronto saw Montreal rising as a property investment destination for Chinese buyers, reports CBC (5 July 2018). According to Chinese international property platform Juwai.com,... Leer más >


BNN Bloomberg
/ BNN Bloomberg

Chinese buyers inquired about US$1.45B worth of Canadian properties last year, search site says

Chinese property investor enquires for Canadian homes reached nearly $1.45 billion in 2017, reports BNN Bloomberg (5 July 2018). This is according to data released by Chinese global real estate site Juwai.com,... Leer más >


National Post
/ National Post

Montreal becomes hot spot for Chinese real estate shoppers, says Juwai report

Montreal was the hot Canadian real estate market for Chinese in 2017 even as interest in Toronto and Vancouver has slipped, reports the National Post (4 July 2018). According to... Leer más >


Global News
/ Global News

Montreal turns into hot spot for Chinese real estate shoppers: Juwai report

Foreign buyer taxes saw Montreal overtake Toronto and Vancouver to become the top Canadian real estate market for Chinese buyers in 2017, reports Global News (4 July 2018). According to... Leer más >


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