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Juwai welcomes Australia's CommercialVIEW aboard

New partnership with CommercialVIEW.com.au allows Chinese buyers to easily search for Australian commercial real estate. As one of the largest... Continue reading >


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Australia beckons Chinese with 10-year visa

China has just locked down another multiple-entry 10-year visa deal – this time with sunny Australia!1 This follows previous... Continue reading >


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Market Update: In Australia, Sydney edges out rivals in battle for Chinese investment

Now and then, Juwai.com likes to give you an outlook for Chinese investment in various parts of the world. Today's... Continue reading >


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South Australian property agents target Asian markets

South Australian real estate agents are targeting Chinese investors, who have been rapidly buying luxurious Adelaide properties. Australian real estate... Continue reading >


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Chinese developer Datong pins hopes on Chinese buyers for Adelaide apartment project

Before construction even starts, Chinese developer Datong has already sold half of the project's 96 apartments in Adelaide, Australia, and... Continue reading >


In the Press

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Juwai.com appoints Georg Chmiel to its board of directors

China's top property portal Juwai.com has appointed Georg Chmiel to its Board of directors, reports Property Portal Watch (2 June 2017). With 17 years of experience in the online real estate industry,...

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Rich, young Chinese are buying overseas properties on their smartphones

70 percent of Chinese millennials own a home, and they are increasingly looking to buy overseas real estate, reports The Wall Street Journal (9 May 2017). According to a recent HSBC survey,...

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Chinese investment in real estate grows to $32b: FIRB

The latest FIRB report revealed that Chinese investors have pledged to invest A$47.3 billion in Australia – $31.9 billion that will go into property developments, reports the Australian Financial Review (9 May...

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Is Calgary the next property hot spot for foreign buyers?

With Toronto and Calgary real estate markets overheating, lower-priced Calgary could see a surge in Chinese buyers, reports Maclean's (8 May 2017). However, the low-profile of the region does not make it...

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