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4 ways China’s two-child policy will drive real estate boom

China officially announced the abolishment of its 35-year old one-child policy in December 2015.1 Under its new two-child policy,... Continue reading >


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California Desert Association of Realtors® joins Juwai

The new partnership gives CDAR’s over 3,000 members access to China! This alliance is a perfect match, given CDAR is... Continue reading >


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4 ways to capitalise on China's cross-border mentality

76% of total purchases by China's online buyers in 2014 came from cross-border shopping.1 Tack on China's skyrocketing outbound... Continue reading >


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Top 10 China trends to watch in 2016

We’re almost a week into the brand new year, and 2016 – the year of the Fire Monkey1 –... Continue reading >


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China’s 10 hottest consumer stories of 2015

2015 was a year that saw China’s consumers being active like never before. We look back at ten weirdest yet... Continue reading >


In the Press

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Could average rents in the UK's North West be about to soar?

In stark contrast to the rest of the UK, investment in buy-to-let property in the North West has seen a significant shift in the location of investors over the past couple of...

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Chinese still see value in Australian property despite imposts

Chinese property investors still see Australia as good value, despite higher stamp duties and other government fees across the country, according to leading online real estate portal Juwai.com. “Despite the higher stamp...

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What Are Chinese Buyers Doing?

A report released recently that estimates Chinese investment in Australian and New Zealand residential and commercial real estate has revealed that Chinese purchased property worth $17.4 billion in Australia in 2017. And...

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Chinese buyers snap up former biscuit factory in Melbourne for more than $37 million.

A former warehouse in Melbourne’s Abbotsford has sold for $37.28 million to a mainland Chinese buyer, in what some agents say is a sign that ‘offshore money’ is returning to commercial property....

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