Property Observer

High-achieving Chinese developer takes Sydney Water Board site

Greenland Group a Chinese development company has acquired the Sydney Water Board site for  A$100 million. Greenland Group is based... Continue reading >


Aussie property becomes a hot Chinese takeaway

When wealthy Chinese go abroad for their holiday, their shopping lists extend beyond high-end, branded luxury goods to real estate.... Continue reading >


Bloomberg News

China developers chase rich buyers abroad amid curbs at home

Up until recently, Chinese developers have been keeping their eyes focused on the domestic market, where they have seen a large move... Continue reading >


Courier Mail

Foreign Ownership Register reveals the great haul of China

For the first time, China is the biggest foreign land buyer in Australia's huge state of Queensland. China has become... Continue reading >


The Australian

Chinese buy up investment properties on Gold Coast

The Chinese tourism boom is helping ignite the explosion of interest in Gold Coast real estate.  With Chinese interest in... Continue reading >


Real Estate Business

Aussie property proving popular amongst Chinese

During China's most recent national holidy period, Golden Week, there was a surge in traffic and searches from Chinese buyers. It is... Continue reading >


In the Press

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Chinese tourists go "property shopping" in Australia

Chinese buyers are increasingly becoming interested in Australia's housing market again — a new survey shows that property shopping is part of their travel plans when they go on holiday, according to...

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Financial Times

Ghost of Asian crisis haunts Bangkok housing market

Thai policymakers are grappling with a rapidly cooling property market in the country’s capital. Overseas demand for Bangkok priorities, particularly from China, is lending some support as indebted Thais pull back, reported...

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south china morning post 2018

Mainlanders, Hongkongers increasingly looking to work and buy homes in Beethoven’s Vienna. But it is not easy to pull off

Hongkongers and mainland Chinese are increasingly looking at working or buying a home in Vienna, rated as the world’s best city to live in, according to a report in the South China...

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Yahoo News

Chinese buyers are getting ready to flock back into Australia's 'cheap' property market – with one city emerging as their clear favourite

Of the 1.2 million Chinese tourists visiting Australia every year, as many as a quarter could be looking to buy a property here, a new study has suggested, in an article posted...

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