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Top 10 holiday hotspots for Chinese this Chinese New Year 2017

This Chinese New Year (27 January – 2 February), get ready for more than 6 million Chinese outbound travellers to... Continue reading >


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Juwai releases Southeast Asia Chinese Property Report

According to Hurun Report, 60% of China’s rich and wealthy plan to invest in overseas property within the next three... Continue reading >


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Here’s why Malaysian property is on the rise with Chinese

550% – that’s how much Chinese buyer enquiries for Malaysian properties surged on Juwai.com in August 2016. Following the MH370... Continue reading >


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Easier visa policies spur global Chinese property demand

Chinese tourists are forecast to spend $422 billion overseas annually by 2020.1 This projected leap from the $229 billion... Continue reading >


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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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5 reasons Chinese demand will soar in Southeast Asia

By 2020, 150 million Chinese are expected to travel to the Asia-Pacific region.1 That’s a 47% jump from the... Continue reading >


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Australia forces foreign owners of 15 properties to sell

Fifteen foreign owners have been forced to sell their illegally bought properties by the Australian government, reports the Australian Financial Review (6 February 2017). The properties were owned by nationals of Britain,...

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Property shopping high on Chinese new year to-do list

Buying real estate while travelling overseas during Chinese New Year 2017 is high on the to-do list of Chinese buyers, reports The Bob Dey Property Report (27 January 2017). According to a...

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Real estate agents roll out the red carpet for Chinese New Year

Wealthy Chinese property buyers intend to travel to Australia during Chinese New Year and many will be property hunting, reports The Courier Mail (25 January 2017). According to a recent survey by...

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Chinese New Year tipped to bring property buyers from China to Melbourne

Australia is tipped to see an influx of Chinese buyers during Chinese New Year Golden Week, reports New.com.au (27 January 2017). Besides being named as the fifth most popular destination for Chinese...

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