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/ Business Spectator

Chinese buyers don't want your house, they want the land

According to Business Spectator (31 January 2014), what rich Chinese homebuyers essentially want is the land which their newly-purchased property sits on, so much so that they are willing to... Read more >


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/ Bloomberg

Chinese homebuyers thronging Sydney create mini-bubble frenzy

House prices have increased as much as 27% in the past 12 months in Sydney — which is almost thrice faster than the overall rate in Australia — thanks to... Read more >


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/ Real Estate Business (REB)

Aussie agents to break into Chinese market

Property agents from Australia who hope to tap into the Chinese investor market will benefit from the first-ever Juwai China Agent Summit in Shanghai, according to Real Estate Business (29... Read more >


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/ Real Estate Magazine (REM)

Summit to link agents in Canada and China

Canadian real estate agents will have the golden opportunity to meet Chinese agents and form alliances, thanks to the 2014 Juwai China Agent Summit, reports the Real Estate Magazine (29... Read more >


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/ Die Welt

Chinese exacerbate the London housing market

The surge of Asian investors flooding into London is driving up rent and house prices, as well as reigniting interest in long-neglected properties and neighbourhoods, according to German publication, Die... Read more >


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Juwai reveals Chinese buyer sentiments on South Korea

Undeterred by recent anti-South Korean sentiments in China1, Chinese buyer enquiries for South Korean property surged 350% on Juwai.com in Q1 2017.2 The Chinese love for South Korea has...

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