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Top 10 must-know China trends for 2017

2016 was a huge year for overseas homebuyers from China that saw underlying trends flagged by us in December 2015... Continue reading >


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Chinese upgraders: 3 must-know factors propelling them abroad

In 2010, 50% of China’s urban households still lived in low-quality housing built before 1998.1 Today’s Chinese expect better,... Continue reading >


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5 ways the UK just got more enticing for Chinese buyers

China President Xi Jinping’s visit to the UK1 was a short one, but its effects on the UK property... Continue reading >


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Chinese property investors looking at London…and beyond

Homes in the UK remain a perennial favourite with Chinese property investors. Our research shows that Chinese spent around £3.5... Continue reading >


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Chinese property investors looking beyond London to regional cities

Chinese investors are becoming attracted to new build investment properties in the UK's regional cities such as Manchester and Leeds.... Continue reading >


Britain suddenly looks a bargain

Marita Thurnauer, an expatriate in Hong Kong, last year paid £100,000 (HK$1.2 million) for a two-bedroom flat in Bolton, northern... 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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