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/ The Cairns Post

Asian buyers to be wooed

RE/MAX Singapore will be hosting the first Asia Pacific Convention 2015 – an inaugural RE/MAX convention and property fair, reports the Cairns Post (27 May 2015). A convention held specifically... Read more >


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/ CNN

Juwai.com joins forces with Auction.com

Juwai.com CO-CEO Simon Henry speaks to CNN about Juwai's latest partnership with Auction.com, as well as the growth in Chinese global investment (26 May 2015). Read more >


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/ The Courier Mail

Buyer fees not likely to slow high demand

The new Australian fee is unlikely to deter Chinese demand for Australian real estate, reports Real Estate News (23 May 2015). According to Simon Henry, Juwai.com Co-CEO, this is particularly... Read more >


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/ The Australian Financial Review

Is Point Piper the new Chinese must-have?

New Chinese migrants and investors, as well as established local Chinese buyers are showing keen interest in Point Piper, the most affluent and elite suburb in Australia that is also Sydney’s... Read more >


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/ Bloomberg

Auction.com to market U.S. real estate to Chinese buyers

Juwai.com has just signed a partnership with Auction.com, which will bring American commercial real estate auctions to Chinese investors, reports Bloomberg (20 May 2015). As the leading online real estate... Read more >


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/ Inman News

Why don’t Chinese spend more on US homes?

The US is not the country where Chinese buyers spend the most on average for real estate, reports Inman News (13 May 2015). “It’s because the U.S. is a destination... Read more >


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/ Asian Time Wealth

Asian Time Wealth meets Juwai.com

Asia Time Wealth recently interviewed Simon Henry, Co-CEO of Juwai.com about the prospects of Chinese international real estate in 2015 (11 May 2015). According to Henry, considering its rapid growth,... Read more >


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/ Real Estate Business Online

Chinese prefer Fiji to Australia for expensive property

Australia is not on Juwai’s list of most expensive homes because it draws all types of buyers buying at different price points, reports Real Estate Business (11 May 2015). According... Read more >


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