CNBC
/ CNBC

Chinese still buying property like there's no tomorrow

Demand for international properties remain strong for Chinese buyers, with countries such as Australia attracting interest, says Simon Henry, co-founder of Juwai.com, on CNBC (18 January 2016). Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

Global property investments to grow, China interest in Sydney, Melbourne to rise

The Chinese appetite for Australian real estate is still going strong and is expected to show no signs of waning in 2016, reports the Australian Financial Review (14 January 2016).... Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

China spending will keep boom going

Chinese expenditure abroad is still going strong, despite the deceleration of China’s industrial sector, reports the Australian Financial Report (14 January 2015). While certain sectors in Australia have been affected... Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

How the Chinese market chaos will affect Australian real estate

While the Chinese stock market tumult has stirred questions about its impact on Australia’s real estate market, many surmise it will not affect Chinese overseas property investments, reports the Australian... Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

Our complex relationship with Chinese Australians

Rampant Chinese property investment in Australia is influencing the already intricate relationship between Australians and Chinese, reports the Australian Financial Review (9 January 2016). Despite clamour that Chinese buyers are... Read more >


Domain
/ Domain

Chinese buyers head to Byron Bay

Byron Bay – longtime favourite beachfront hotspot for Australian property buyers –is now attracting Chinese buyers too, reports Domain (6 January 2016). Juwai data reveals Byron Bay has climbed from... Read more >


9news
/ Nine Network

Foreign buyers boom

Foreign buyers boom. Hundreds of new developments have flooded the market and agents still can't keep up with the demand from overseas. But how will this affect local buyers? Chinese... 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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