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6 reasons why Tokyo and Osaka are drawing Chinese property investors

Japan has, in recent years, gained favour with Chinese buyers. Chinese consider Japans as an ideal property investment destination as... Continue reading >


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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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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 >


In the Press

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Fancy cars, luxury brands and multimillion-dollar property: agents ready for Chinese New Year

According to the Brisbane Times, the Chinese New Year is an annual high point in Sydney's property sales calendar but has lost steam since mid-2016 as a result of tighter restrictions on...

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The South China Morning Post

Chinese buyers to continue favouring Asia-Pacific property for its proximity, low entry prices and good yields, analysts say

Analysts expect Asia-Pacific to remain the favoured investment destination among Chinese property buyers in 2020, according to a report by South China Morning Post(16 January 2020). Juwai.com noted that enquiries for Asia-Pacific...

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Chinese real estate demand moving from the West to Asia

According to the New Straits Times, the scale of Chinese demanding cross-border residential real estate in Asia-Pacific has grown massively last year(14 January 2020). This dwarfed the modest growth of all other...

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Rise in foreign property buyers expected this year

Malaysia can expect to see an increase in foreign purchases in the next 12 months, reported the New Straits Times(9 January 2020). According to Juwai-IQI, sales would be driven by the lower...

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