The Daily Telegraph UK
/ The Daily Telegraph

The weekly roundup

Chinese buyer interest in UK properties have surged post-Brexit, reports The Daily Telegraph in its real estate weekly roundup (30 July 2016). According to Juwai.com, China’s biggest international property portal,... Lire plus >


Calgary Herald
/ Calgary Herald

B.C. tax could drive more Chinese buyers to Calgary, realtors say

The new 15 percent foreign buyer tax implemented in British Columbia could make Calgary real estate more attractive to overseas buyers eyeing Canada, reports Calgary Herald (28 July 2016). While... Lire plus >


The Telegraph
/ The Telegraph

Huge spike in Chinese property investors' interest in the UK post-Brexit

Chinese property investors are capitalising on the fall of the British pound post-Brexit, reports The Telegraph (25 July 2016). Recent Juwai Data shows that Chinese enquiries surged 40 percent in... Lire plus >


News Market
/ News Markets

UK property attracts more Chinese interest

The Brexit vote, which previously had little impact on Asian investors’ attitude towards of UK real estate, has caused Asian demand for UK property to soar post-Brexit, reports News Markets... Lire plus >


Reuters
/ Reuters

More Chinese buyers enquire about UK property after Brexit vote

Chinese buyer interest in UK property has surged since the Brexit vote last month, reports Reuters (24 July 2016). The pound lost six percent against the Chinese yuan over the... Lire plus >


MSN
/ MSN

China wonders, does 'Brexit' mean buy real estate?'

Although most Chinese buyers held back investing in the UK till the Brexit results were announced, many are now making up for it post-Brexit, reports MSN (23 July 2016). A... Lire plus >


BBC
/ BBC

Charles Pittar on BBC about the impact of Brexit on Chinese buyers

Chinese buyers are more interested in UK properties than before after the Brexit vote, a much more optimistic picture than the one painted by UK agents, reports the BBC (22... Lire plus >


The Australian
/ The Australian

Chinese property portal Juwai confirms plans for ASX listing

Juwai.com, the leading property portal connecting Chinese homebuyers with international properties, has confirmed it would be listed on the ASX by the end of the year, reports The Australian (21... Lire plus >


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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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