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/ Inman

Juwai finds ‘home overseas’ for Chinese investors

Chinese buyers are the fastest-growing international property investors in the US, says Juwai.com on Inman (30 September 2015). Having facilitated US$52 billion of overseas residential property sales, Juwai reckons that... Read more >


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/ Australian Financial Review

Economic jitters overshadow Hong Kong's pro-democracy fatigue

Concerns on China’s economy have eclipsed the first anniversary of the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, reports the Australian Financial Review (29 September 2015). Amidst speculations over how Hong Kong... Read more >


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/ Inman

Simon Henry, co-CEO of Juwai, to speak at Luxury Connect

Juwai.com Co-CEO Simon Henry will speak at the much anticipated Inman Luxury Connect happening from 21-22 October in Beverly Hills, California, reports Inman (28 September 2015). Awarded as the “Most... Read more >


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/ RIS Media

Long & Foster forms a partnership with Juwai.com

Long & Foster has signed on as Juwai.com’s latest new partner to bring Chinese buyers to Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions, reports RIS Media (25 September 2015). Long & Foster will... Read more >


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/ Dot Property

Thailand: Great for investment

Thailand’s low economic growth is not affecting its real estate market, which is still showing steady growth, reports Dot Property (25 September 2015). Factors include the fact that Thai properties... Read more >


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/ South China Morning Post

Chinese investors eye real estate in Dubai as China’s property market loses shine

Dubai has emerged as a new investment hotspot for Chinese buyers, reports the South China Morning Post (23 September 2015). Expats make up most of Dubai’s population, boosting the rental... Read more >


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/ Property Portal Watch

New York State MLS partners with Juwai.com

New York Statewide MLS has just sealed the deal to become Juwai.com’s latest partner, reports Property Portal Watch (21 September 2015). With New York being the second most popular city... Read more >


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/ The Economist – Intelligence Unit

Thailand economy: Real estate booms against economic weakness

Thanks to Chinese investors, housing prices in Thailand are on a steady rise despite a slowing economy and prolonged military rule, reports The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) (21 September 2015).... Read more >


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