Inman
/ Inman News

Use social to sell to overseas buyers

Reach more overseas property buyers. Learn the six top steps to a successful international social media marketing strategy. This advice piece was written by Juwai.com co-CEO Andrew Taylor. Chinese buyers tend... Read more >


2 UE 954
/ Radio 2UE

Chinese Investors Mean Jobs for Australians

Murray Wilton of Radio 2UE in Sydney, Australia interviewed a Juwai.com representative about Chinese buying property in Australia. Australian rules limit Chinese offshore buyers to new developments, not existing homes.... Read more >


The Gold Coast Bulletin
/ Gold Coast Bulletin

Drake's mega mansion to be auctioned

The beach-front house belonging to Australian financial personality Peter Drake will be auctioned. A marketing campaign on Juwai.com is part of agents' James Ledgerwood and John Natoli's plans to get... Read more >


The Courier Mail
/ The Courier-Mail

Chinese buy up Oz homes

Chinese buyers are snapping up so many new apartments in Australia that some developers don't even try to sell their units at home. They go straight to China to market... Read more >


The Advertiser
/ The Advertiser

Overseas buyers home in on a deal

Foreigners buy one out of eight new properties built in the state of Victoria, home to Australia's second biggest city, Melbourne. Juwai.com co-CEO Andrew Taylor commented in this story by... Read more >


Herald Sun
/ Sunday Herald Sun

Chinese buy up property

For Chinese buyers, established Australian homes can be even more popular than apartments bought off-the-plan, Juwai.com co-CEO Andrew Taylor told the Sunday Herald Sun in Melbourne, Australia. The paper has... Read more >


Sunday Territorian
/ Sunday Territorian

Chinese snap up homes

Overseas buyers snap up 13% of all new, for-sale properties in the state of Victoria. That's more than double their 5% share of just two years ago, in 2011. Juwai.com... Read more >


Daily Telegraph
/ Daily Telegraph

Chinese swoop on Aussie bargains

Juwai.com Co-CEO Andrew Taylor told the Daily Telegraph that upper-middle class Chinese don't want "trophy homes.'' They look for stable investment properties, or they want apartments for their children studying... Read more >


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