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Australian foreign minister says Chinese buyers welcome

Australia's Foreign Minister, Bob Carr says Australia remains open to Chinese investment. "Chinese investment has become more prominent in recent... Continue reading >


Asians Vancouver Housing

How Asian buyers are boosting Vancouver’s luxury housing market

The second-generation Chinese and immigrants who have recently established themselves in Canada form the main group that is feeding this... Continue reading >


Chinese Detroit Weibo

Chinese Weibo users are salivating over Detroit's bankruptcy

Since Detroit declared bankruptcy on 18 July, Sina Weibo (China's equivalent of Twitter) has been abuzz with discussion about snapping up... Continue reading >


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EU eyes flexible visa rules for China tourists

Chinese might soon find it easier to get a visa to travel to the EU, according to Antonio Tajani, Vice... Continue reading >


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Wealthy Chinese could invest 1.1 trillion yuan in overseas real estate

Wealthy Chinese are lining up to invest as much as 1.1 trillion yuan (US$179 billion) in real estate markets overseas, according... Continue reading >


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Chinese buyers snapping up 'safe' German properties

Real estate agents are seeing a surge in Chinese buying commercial and residential in Germany, valued for its stability and... Continue reading >


In the Press

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Is the Chinese love affair with Australian property over?

New data from Chinese property portal Juwai.com shows interest from buyers dropped 20 per cent last year. But the final three months of 2018 saw inquiries surge almost 60 per cent. Juwai...

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Thai property lures Chinese

Thailand is expected to remain the most popular country for Chinese property buyers in 2019, with growth of at least 10% from last year and Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya and Phuket as...

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Thailand to remain most popular among Chinese property buyers

Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Pattaya and Phuket looks set to remain top destinations for Chinese property buyers in 2019 with a growth of at least 10 percent, according to an international property portal....

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Chinese flock to invest in Thailand property

(Article in Thai) Juwai.com, the number one international property website that is popular with Chinese people, revealed Thailand was the most-inquired country in the world for overseas property on its website in...

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