Real estate rules don't discriminate against foreigners

Condominiums along the shores of Coal Harbour in Vancouver. Vancouverites have long complained that wealthy real estate speculators from Hong... Continue reading >


Offshore bids price Canadians out of housing market

This Willowdale bungalow sold for $1,180,800, more than $400,000 over the asking price of $759,000. (MLS) Overseas investors are snapping... Continue reading >


Chinese home buyers take their money abroad

Visitors at a Canadian booth during a realty expo in Beijing. (Photo/Xinhua) Wealthy Chinese people are causing housing prices in... Continue reading >


Report: Chinese investors remain focused on T.O., Vancouver

If you thought Chinese investors were starting to lose interest in Canadian real estate, think again. Vernon Clement Jones reports... Continue reading >


MoneyWeek map: the world's dearest houses

Every year, the Demographia think tank releases its International Housing Affordability Survey. This looks at 325 metropolitan markets (eg, Greater... Continue reading >


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BRI: COVID-19: Chinese property investors expand their horizons

Juwai IQI has announced a merger with prominent Malaysian real estate agency RINA Group. One thousand employees from RINA group will integrate with Juwai IQI’s staff and adopt the IQI brand, reports...

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BRI: COVID-19: Chinese property investors expand their horizons

European countries traditionally have been Chinese investors’ favourite investment destinations for commercial and residential real estate, reports Zawya (31 May 2020). JLL's outbound investment data shows the US, Germany and Serbia as...

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Rich Chinese snapping up luxury homes from Singapore to Sydney

Wealthy Chinese buyers are buying overseas luxury properties, reports Bloomberg (26 May 2020). Singapore and Australia are especially favoured while Hong Kong is not as attractive as it used to be. Data...

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Why falling in love with a new technology isn’t a solid basis for a business

According to Georg Chmiel, Executive Chairman of Juwai IQI and Chairman of ASX-listed iCar Asia, many online real estate entrepreneurs become obsessed with a technology, but do not understand their customers’ needs,...

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