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New PR visa rules could fire up Chinese demand for Japan property

Chinese will now be able to become Japan permanent residents in just under one year.1 The Japan government has... Continue reading >


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6 factors driving Chinese towards Japan real estate

5 million Chinese visited Japan in 20151 – a record-breaking number twice the 2.4 million recorded in 2014. What’s... Continue reading >


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China’s RMB and its rising dominance

As China’s RMB grows from strength to strength, Chinese are increasingly eyeing the world and opportunities overseas – something... Continue reading >


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Top News This Week: Mandarin's rise, Singapore and more

Mandarin Chinese, the language of tomorrow With the world’s nearly 2 billion Chinese language speakers and China on its way... Continue reading >


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Why British property has such enduring appeal

Despite the continued uncertainty surrounding Brexit, foreign property buyers are snapping up British property amidst the sterling's continued fall, reports Property Report (15 March 2017). Ironically, Brexit was supposed to be an...

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U.S. website questions notion B.C.'s foreign-buyers tax pushes buyers to Seattle

Real estate search site Zillow found it did not see a significant increase in traffic from Chinese buyers searching for Seattle, except during Lunar New Year, reports The Vancouver Sun (9 March...

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Data sheds light on Chinese interest in GTA real estate

Only 4.9% of transactions in the Toronto region were by foreign buyers, reports The Star (7 March 2017). According to a recent report from Sotheby's International Realty Canada, those foreign buyers were...

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Chinese home buyers turn attention away from Vancouver

The 15% foreign buyer tax in Vancouver has deterred Chinese property buyers from the area, reports The Globe and Mail (7 March 2017). According to data from Juwai.com, China's leading international real...

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