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Ironfish announces strategic investment in Juwai.com

Ironfish, one of Australia's largest and fastest-growing property investment groups, has announced a strategic investment in Juwai.com. This move brings... Continue reading >


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5 liveability factors Chinese look at when buying homes abroad

Chinese buyers are expected to spend close to $80 billion on overseas property in 2017, but how do we... Continue reading >


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Australian foreign buyer taxes won’t put off Chinese – here’s why

Chinese buyer enquiries for Australia was 37% higher in July than in June 2016.1 Despite new foreign buyer taxes... Continue reading >


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Juwai welcomes Australia's CommercialVIEW aboard

New partnership with CommercialVIEW.com.au allows Chinese buyers to easily search for Australian commercial real estate. As one of the largest... Continue reading >


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Australia beckons Chinese with 10-year visa

China has just locked down another multiple-entry 10-year visa deal – this time with sunny Australia!1 This follows previous... Continue reading >


In the Press

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Is the global economy in for a reset?

Juwai IQI Chief Economist forecasts life and economic changes that the Covid-19 will render permanent. What will the pandemic change to our daily lives?

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New Straits Times

Cross-border real estate investment on the rise – Juwai IQI

The on-going Covid-19 pandemic has led to Chinese investors ramping up cross-border property investments, reports The News Strait Times (10 February 2021). Kashif Ansari, CEO of Juwai IQI, said Chinese cross-border buying...

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Chinese investors expected to return to Australian property

After a tumultuous year in markets, Chinese investors are tipped to make a significant return to Australian real estate, reports Business Insider (9 February 2021). While restrictions will primarily stop them from...

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The South China Morning Post

How Covid-19 is fuelling Lunar New Year second home sales

The number of Chinese buyers is expected to rise during this Chinese New Year, reports South China Morning Post (5 February 2021). Property developers in countries such as Australia, Canada, Malaysia and...

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