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5 ways the middle-class is powering China’s future

$6.5 trillion – that’s how much the China’s middle-class consumer market will be worth by 2020.1 Driven by a... Continue reading >


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6 reasons why Golden Week will be bigger this year

The second Golden Week of the year – China’s peak season and gold rush for travel and real estate sales... Continue reading >


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Chinese wealth: Understanding the latest trends

China’s dynamic economic boom has spawned legions of Chinese millionaires and billionaires, giving birth to the hot topic of family... Continue reading >


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Why do Chinese buyers have so much money?

Anyone in the Western world today over the age of 30 grew up thinking of China as a large but... Continue reading >


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Where does their money come from? Part 2 in our series on "Understanding wealthy Chinese investors"

This is the second post in our series focused on helping you understand high net worth Chinese property investors –... Continue reading >


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Understanding wealthy Chinese real estate investors: How many are there?

Wealthy Chinese are very different from high net worth individuals in the Western world. In the West, you have families... Continue reading >


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International magnet

The Chinese love for Australian luxury property has shown no signs of waning, reports the Australian Financial Review (29 March 2017). Australia appeals to the world's high net worth (HNW) as both...

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Foreigners, mostly Chinese, buy 25% of new homes in Australia’s NSW

A recent report by investment bank Crédit Suisse shows foreign buyers account for 25% and 16% of new home purchases in New South Wales and Victoria, respectively, reports Mingtiandi (28 March 2017)....

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Full steam ahead for Chinese despite market restrictions

Demand for Australian property is not slowing down despite tighter financial constraints both in China and in Australia, reports Australian Broker (28 March 2017). According to Chinese international property portal Juwai.com, the...

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Foreign investors propping up Aussie property market against crash: report

Foreign real estate investors spent over A$8 billion per year on property in Sydney and Melbourne, reports Xinhua (28 March 2017). Data based on a recent Credit Suisse report revealed that foreign...

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