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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 >


Time Right US

Time's ripe to invest in US

Now is the "best time" for Chinese investors to enter the US, officials say. "The weak recovery in the US... Continue reading >


Chinese GM Building

Chinese developer takes stake in GM Building

Chinese real estate tycoon Zhang Xin and a scion of the Brazilian banking magnate Safra have paid over US$1 billion for... Continue reading >


decanter

Chinese investors snapping up 'one chateau per month', say estate agents

Beginning in 2011, Chinese investors have reportedly been purchasing, on average, one Bordeaux chateau a month. Though unclear how many of these... Continue reading >


WSJ

Chinese investment in Europe jumps

Chinese investment in Europe was 21% higher than the year before, reaching a total of USD$12.6 billion. The top destination... Continue reading >


In the Press

news.com.au

Why floor levels and house numbers are mysteriously missing in Australia

Tetraphobia in the Australian property market is widespread especially if it caters to Chinese customers, reports News.com.au (14 September 2018). Some agents have even changed the address of homes for-sale to increase...

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The New Daily

Australian real estate ranks second only to the US for Chinese property investors

Chinese investors spent US$17.4 billion on Australian real estate and ranks behind the US in terms of the number and value of buyer inquiries according to Juwai.com, reports The New Daily (11...

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stuff.co.nz

Chinese pour $1.5 billion into NZ housing market last year

Juwai.com said that Mainland Chinese purchased US$1.5 billion of residential real estate in New Zealand last year, increasing US$130 million (NZ$197.2m) on the year before, reports Stuff.co.nz (7 September 2018). Carrie Law,...

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Perth Now

Chinese investment in Australian homes down, but Victoria still No. 1 state

Chinese spending on Australian property fell by A$8.8 billion last year, as new taxes, restrictions and capital controls curbed investments but Juwai.com expects moderate increases this year in Chinese demand for homes...

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