chinese international developers

China developers broaden horizons for $220 billion payoff

If you thought a slower economic outlook for China meant weaker overseas investment, think again. Chinese companies invested $81.6 billion... Continue reading >


new year fireworks chinese family

Happy holidays: we're ringing in 2016 with you!

Tomorrow marks the very last day of 2015, a momentous year that delivered several major milestones for both China and... Continue reading >


chinese shoppers

6 reasons why Golden Week will be bigger this year

The second Golden Week of the year – China’s peak season and gold rush for travel and real estate sales... Continue reading >


rmb currency strength

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 >


chinese yuan currency

China to relax boundaries further for outbound investment

China has just laid the groundwork for potentially even greater Chinese investment overseas, as news of the Chinese government’s latest... Continue reading >


chinese yuan rmb

Chinese investor's growing clout

Offshore trading is surging in China, and the country has risen to become the second-largest economy in the world. Its... Continue reading >


Upcoming Events

Highlight-event-Beijing-2015.jpg

Juwai China Agent Summit - Beijing 2017

Learn insights from the Chinese market experts and network with local agents.

Tags

In the Press

FinancialReview_Press.png

International magnet

The Chinese love for Australian luxury property has shown no signs of waning, reports the Australian Financial Review (29 March 2017). Australia appeals to the world's high net worth (HNW) as both...

Read more >
MingTianDi.png

Foreigners, mostly Chinese, buy 25% of new homes in Australia’s NSW

A recent report by investment bank Crédit Suisse shows foreign buyers account for 25% and 16% of new home purchases in New South Wales and Victoria, respectively, reports Mingtiandi (28 March 2017)....

Read more >
Australianbroker.png

Full steam ahead for Chinese despite market restrictions

Demand for Australian property is not slowing down despite tighter financial constraints both in China and in Australia, reports Australian Broker (28 March 2017). According to Chinese international property portal Juwai.com, the...

Read more >
xinhuanet_english.png

Foreign investors propping up Aussie property market against crash: report

Foreign real estate investors spent over A$8 billion per year on property in Sydney and Melbourne, reports Xinhua (28 March 2017). Data based on a recent Credit Suisse report revealed that foreign...

Read more >