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5 tactics for working with wealthy Chinese real estate buyers

Xin Zhang is a typical Chinese billionaire. Any real estate agent who wants to work with upper middle class or... Continue reading >


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Dolly Lenz, Queen of U.S. real estate

Quote of the Week: Chinese buyers are the new Russians

It seems that there's no stopping the Chinese — even Dolly Lenz, the "Queen of US real estate" who has... Continue reading >


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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 >


Manhattan property attracts investors from Hong Kong and mainland China

 Chinese buyers are looking to New York flats. Photo: Bloomberg Jacky Yeung, a Hong Kong resident, is purchasing two... Continue reading >


The real reason to make One57 So Tall? Why attracting Chinese buyers, of course

The higher you go, the more floors with “8″ in them. (Extell) It’s nothing new that Chinese buyers are flooding... Continue reading >


Courting the Chinese buyer

Buyers from China are pouring billions into residential property—and developers are courting them with everything from feng shui to lucky... 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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