Luxury stores pull out Mandarin phrase books to make the sale

Over five days in January, a group of visitors to New York was treated to a private concert with the... Continue reading >


The multilingual pitch

EXPATRIATE FLAVOR The broker Shawn Elliott, far right, shows a Brookville mansion to a Chinese couple. His listings are now... Continue reading >


For sale: Australian homes with views to residency

Chinese property investors are being lured with promise of migration to Australia. Photo: Sanghee Liu Twice a year, one of... Continue reading >


Asian investors snap up Queensland properties

Asian investors now dominate as the biggest foreign buyers of property in Queensland. Daryl Passmore reports for The Sunday Mail... Continue reading >


The coming of the Chinese lairds to Scotland

Scotland is on the verge of having its first Chinese laird. Wealthy Chinese investors are said to be scouring the... Continue reading >


Motoring ahead... now China's super-rich top Bentley-buying league

It has become the must-have car for Premier League footballers, but the iconic Bentley is no longer just a Western... Continue reading >


In the Press

the malaysian reserve

Malaysia well-positioned to attract more Chinese students

IQI global group CEO Kashif Ansari said Malaysia is a great alternative to the UK, the US and Australia for Chinese students looking to enrol in overseas schools and universities, according to...

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New Straits Times

IQI Global posts RM2.4bil sales in 1H

Despite market volatility and the ongoing pandemic, real estate specialist IQI Global has sold over RM2.4 billion of properties in the first half of 2020, according to a report in the New...

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propertynoise.com.au

Sydney and Melbourne landlords lose AUD60 million a month due to international student drought

Landlords in Sydney and Melbourne are losing an estimated AUD60 million in rental income each month, reports Propertynoise Australia (24 June 2020). Chinese property portal Juwai estimates each city has shed just...

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The South China Morning Post

As China and Australia trade barbs on coronavirus and racism, property market joins list of casualties

Strained relations between Beijing and Canberra are likely to worsen the Australian real estate market that helps support the Australian economy, reports the South China Morning Post (23 March 2020). It is...

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