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What Hong Kong’s tax change tells about Chinese property demand

Hong Kong recently increased their stamp duty on foreign buyers from 15% to 30%.1 This not only means it’s... Continue reading >


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Chinese buyers invest for grandchildren

What's the biggest misconception that real estate agents outside of China have about China's property market today?  It's that the... Continue reading >


"Three years ago the average price was in the mid-7s to maybe 8s per square...

Alan Mark, Founder of The Mark Company

Quote of the Week: Condo prices rocket sky high

Urban living combined with a roaring technology sector and inundation of foreign property investors has propelled condominium prices sky high... Continue reading >


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Chinese buyers flee Hong Kong for overseas property markets

Deterred by Hong Kong's cooling measures, cash-rich mainland Chinese are scouring overseas, especially the US, the UK and Canada, for... Continue reading >


In the Press

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Chinese buyers like UK property: Juwai.com

Sue Jong, COO of Juwai.com, says interest from Chinese buyers for property in the United Kingdom is 20 percent higher now compared to a year ago, reports CNBC (23 June 2017).

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Chinese property investors search for Badgerys Creek Airport opportunities

Chinese property investors have set their sights onto lands near Sydney's second international airport, reports News.com.au (21 June 2017). Despite strict cooling measures by the Australian government, as well as the holding...

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Chinese investors still keen on Korean property despite diplomatic rift, says survey

Chinese buyer enquiries for South Korean property grew 350 percent in Q1 2017, according to a recent survey by China-based global real estate company Juwai.com, reports the South China Morning Post (20...

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China's real estate investors on a $200B global spending spree

Chinese individual and commercial investors still have US$200 billion to invest on property abroad, reports CNBC (16 June 2017). According to JLL Global Capital Markets Head of Research David Green-Morgan, markets who...

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