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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 >


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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 >


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China's Ping An Insurance to buy Lloyd's building

China's Ping An Insurance Group has agreed to buy the Lloyd's building, widely regarded as one of the most iconic... Continue reading >


In the Press

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Juwai IQI commits to achieving Net Zero emissions by 2030

Juwai IQI announced its new commitment to achieving net-zero emissions and carbon-neutral certification from 2030. Juwai IQI Group Co-Founder and CEO Kashif Ansari said: “We have two motivations for targeting net-zero: to...

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Financial freedom costs US$4 million in Hong Kong, second only to London

According to the ability to maintain a desired lifestyle, London is more expensive than Hong Kong, based on the data compiled by online property portal Juwai IQI. Based on Juwai’s estimates, the...

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48 Percent of Malaysians Expect Higher Home Prices

Forty-eight per cent of Malaysians expect home prices to increase in 2021, while two out of every five expect to purchase a home this year, according to a new survey of Malaysian...

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Overseas properties still strong among Asian buyers despite COVID-19

A report done by Juwai IQI shows despite the pandemic, it did not restrict the enthusiasm for properties among Asian buyers. Georg Chmiel, Group Executive Chairman of Juwai IQI, shares the insights...

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