/ Investvine

Chinese Poured $32.9 Billion Into Asia Property Last Year, Thailand Top Destination

Thailand is the third most popular country for Chinese property buyers, who acquired real estate across Asia for US$32.9 billion in 2017 according to, reports Investvine (7 September 2018).... Leer más >

The Australian
/ The Australian

Chinese property investment drops amid taxes, tighter credit

The volume of purchases by Chinese buyers dropped 26.8% to US$17.4 billion in 2017, from US$24 billion in 2016, according to, reports The Australian (7 September 2018). Carrie Law,... Leer más >

Herald Sun
/ The Herald Sun

Chinese investment in Australian homes down, but Victoria still number 1 state expects moderate increases in Chinese property investments in 2018 even though spending on Australian property fell by A$8.8 billion in 2017 reports the Herald Sun (7 September 2018). The... Leer más >


Political resistance isn't stopping Chinese investors from snapping up property around the world, CNBC

Mainland Chinese buyers are expected to snap up an increasing amount of overseas real estate this year — even despite political resistance and sensitivity about such investments around the world,... Leer más >

Thailand Property News
/ Thailand Property News

Hong Kong event reaps rewards for Phuket developer

A Phuket developer saw solid interest from Hong Kong buyers and investors after it confirmed participation in a property exhibition organized by, reports Thailand Property News (4 September 2018).... Leer más >

The real Crazy Rich Asians of Sydney

Lavish spending has become commonplace within the inner circles of Sydney’s billionaires from mainland China, Hong Kong and Singapore, along with homegrown Asian tycoons, reports (1 September 2018). Carrie... Leer más >

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Juwai Live Seminar 2020

Juwai will launch a Juwai Live Seminar via Facebook & Zoom which will feature eminent speakers from the real estate industry and experts in related sectors.This is a great opportunity for you to reach a captivated audience of high-net-worth Chinese buyers who are increasingly spending more time online due to travel constraints.

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