China Daily USA
/ Chinadaily

Real estate pitch with amenities

The level of services to appeal to rich Chinese buyers has reached new heights, reports Chinadaily.com (31 March 2015). Juwai.com customer, Gotham Corporate Group in Los Angeles, now offers Chinese... Read more >


The South China Morning Post
/ South China Morning Post

Taxing question in Australia; Proposed fee for foreign buyers unlikely to slow down Chinese investors, writes Peta Tomlinson

The newly proposed application fees imposed upon offshore property investors in Australia has fuelled much debate and furor within the industry, reports South China Morning Post (25 March 2015). While... Read more >


Nikkei Asian Review
/ Nikkei Asian Review

Property Down Under: Australia forces Chinese tycoon to sell Sydney mansion but 'welcomes' foreign

The latest decision to force Chinese real estate tycoon Xu Jiayin to sell his Sydney harbourside mansion was criticised but Australian Treasurer says foreign investment is still welcome Down Under,... Read more >


Property Portal Watch
/ Property Portal Watch

Juwai.com launches 2015 events calendar with May Agent Summit in Shanghai

Agents from countries around the world are getting ready for the first 2015 China Agent Summit organised by Juwai, reports Property Portal Watch (18 March 2015). High calibre speakers will... Read more >


Bloomberg
/ Bloomberg

A $250,000 tour with one aim: get Chinese to buy a home

Juwai and Juwai customer, Erik Coffin of Gotham Corporate Group were featured on Bloomberg about catering to the needs and demands of high net worth Chinese buyers, whose overseas property acquisitions has... Read more >


Inman
/ Inman News

3 things you need to know about Chinese buyers

Andrew Taylor, Juwai.com Co-CEO, shares 3 tips on selling more to Chinese international property buyers on inman.com (13 March 2015). An international investor is very different in nature to your... Read more >


New York Post
/ The New York Post

Obama’s nod to China could bring NYC real estate boom

Response to the US’s new visa rules for Chinese citizens has been apparently in visa applications and potentially real estate investment, reports The New York Post (8 March 2015). The... Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

Chinese property buyers spend big on their children, no matter how young

Chinese investors can go to great length when it comes to their children’s future reports The Australian Financial Review (7 March 2015). Juwai.com data shows that Chinese buyers’ main motivations... Read more >


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Juwai Live Seminar 2020

Juwai will launch a Juwai Live Seminar via Facebook & Zoom which will feature eminent speakers from the real estate industry and experts in related sectors.This is a great opportunity for you to reach a captivated audience of high-net-worth Chinese buyers who are increasingly spending more time online due to travel constraints.

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