The Gold Coast Bulletin
/ The Gold Coast Bulletin

Why Chinese buyers are looking for property in Gold Coast suburbs

The Gold Coast is tipped to benefit from an influx of Chinese buyers turning to Queensland for property. Juwai.com Chief Executive Carrie Law said there were a number of reasons... Leer más >


realestate.com.au
/ Realestate.com.au

North shore set for Chinese New Year property boost

The north shore’s property market is set for a boost in February thanks to Chinese New Year celebrations. Local agents are fielding inquires from Chinese tourists due to visit Australia... Leer más >


news.com.au
/ News.com.au

What Chinese buyers want: Big homes close to good schools

Cashed-up Chinese buyers are set to bombard the Brisbane property market this year on the back of a trade war with the US and an influx of Asian students. New... Leer más >


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