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/ The Globe and Mail

Toronto’s condo builders expand their marketing tool kits

Toronto developers are evolving their marketing tactics to entice buyers given a relatively soft condo market, reports The Globe and Mail (21 November 2013). Condo projects are launched with exclusive... Read more >


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/ Property Observer

Australia is embracing Chinese investment in real estate

Australians are slowly but surely accepting – and even welcoming – the hordes of Chinese property investors entering the country in recent years, according to the Property Observer (14 November... Read more >


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/ The Wall Street Journal

Chinese broaden real-estate horizons to second-tier cities

Wei Gu of the Wall Street Journal (7 November 2013) reports that Chinese buyers are getting more comfortable in their role as international property buyers. As they do, they begin... Read more >


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Could Turkey be the next investment hotspot for Chinese buyers?

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Vancouver is set for a return in Chinese buyer demand – here’s why

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