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4 factors why New Zealand will still draw Chinese buyers

Ranked as the #6 most popular investment destination on Juwai.com, New Zealand has long been a steady favourite with buyers... Continue reading >


Health Influence

4 ways health is stimulating Chinese property appetite abroad

Rich Chinese were most interested in healthcare in 2016, according to Hurun Report, while sports came in a close second.... Continue reading >


Chinese Tourists Spend 283 billion

Chinese tourists to spend US$283 billion overseas by 2024

As wealth levels continue to rise in China, more Chinese globetrotters are venturing out – including a burgeoning number of... Continue reading >


Silver Lining

The silver lining of China's thick miasma of smog

Clean, fresh air has now become a luxury in China. As China recently experienced its most serious case of air... Continue reading >


In the Press

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Weak Chinese Yuan, Trade War Benefit Property Market

Weak Chinese yuan and trade war could be good for Australia’s property market, according to Juwai.com. “Much has been made of the weakness in the Chinese yuan and how it may restrain...

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Foreign investment rules violations mostly found in Victoria

The number of residential properties owned by foreign nationals who broke investment rules has increased, with over half of the breaches linked to homes in Victoria. increased foreign stamp duty taxes, and...

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Hong Kong, China buyers pause investments in Australian real estate on concern of post-election increase in capital-gains tax

Investors from Hong Kong and mainland China are concerned that the Australian Labor Party - the favourite to form government in May - could raise the capital-gains tax on property investments. Regardless...

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Overseas property investment in Australia

(Japanese) The amount of overseas investment in Australia for 2018 saw the United States eclipsing China for the first time in 13 years, according to the Australian Foreign Investment Committee. Chinese overseas...

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