Juwai.com says Australia lags behind only the US in Chinese investor interest in new homes, reports The Wall Street Journal (27 June 2013). Based on data from Australia's Foreign Investment Review Board, 7% (A$4.19 billion) of the A$58.40 billion of foreign investment on commercial and residential real estate in Australia in the year ended 30 June came from China – up slightly from a year earlier and ranking it third behind the US and Singapore. Data measuring investment by Australian citizens of Chinese birth isn't available. Accoding to Juwai.com Co-CEO, Simon Henry, while early real-estate deals overseas involved wealthy elites, this is starting to shift as middle-class incomes rise in China. "Now there is a bigger bracket," says Henry.