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/ The Australian Financial Review

Digital disruption comes to the property market

The internet’s ability to accurately match supply with demand has disrupted many industries, including real estate, reports the Australian Financial Review (30 January 2016). Real estate online platforms now enable... Read more >


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/ The Courier Mail

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Brisbane’s record-topping increase of 27,000 new developments has raised concerns over an oversupply, but Chinese buyers are predicted to snap them up, reports the Courier Mail (24 January 2016). Simon... Read more >


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/ Domain

Australian property developers refuse to panic about Chinese cash controls

The Chinese government’s move to tighten capital outflow will not stop Chinese buyers from investing in Australian real estate, reports Domain (23 January 2016). Meanwhile, as Australian property developers remained... Read more >


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/ The Australian Financial Review

Real estate benefits in global financial turmoil

The global financial markets turmoil is predicted to benefit Australia’s residential and commercial real estate markets, reports the Australian Financial Review (22 January 2016). This is because investors will prefer... Read more >


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/ Business Wire

Juwai.com appoints Charles Pittar CEO, after role as COO

Juwai.com welcomes Charles Pittar as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), reports Business Wire (22 January 2016). This new appointment comes after his tenure as Juwai’s Chief Operating Officer (COO)... Read more >


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/ Reuters

Juwai.com appoints Charles Pittar CEO, after role as COO

Juwai.com, the world’s number-one Chinese international real estate website, today announced that Charles Pittar has been appointed Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”), reports Reuter (22 January 2016). Mr Pittar served previously... Read more >


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/ REB online

Which part of the market will grow 15% in 2016?

The Chinese buyer market could grow between 5%-15% in 2016, reports REB Online (20 January 2015). Based on Juwai data and forecast, Chinese property investment in Australia’s residential and commercial... Read more >


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/ Forbes

Stock market crash has China's rich dreaming of 'Malibu Barbie' home

59% of property agents outside China believe China’s stock market fluctuation will drive Chinese buyers to increase their outbound property investment, reports Forbes (19 January 2016). Within China, 48% of... Read more >


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