Your Investment Property
/ Your Investment Property

Canada expresses concerns about tracking of foreign buyers.

The Canadian government has announced it would allocate C$500,000 to track and research international property investors in Canada, reports Your Investment Property (29 March 2016). This move is set to... Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

China start-up Juwai seeks IPO in Australia as early as 2016

Juwai.com, the largest Chinese international real estate portal, will be seeking an initial public offering (IPO) during the end of 2016 or early 2017, reports the Australian Financial Review (20... Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

China consumer changes focus

Chinese consumers are increasingly interested in travelling to safe, clean, and honest countries such as New Zealand and Australia, reports the Australian Financial Review (16 March 2016). One millions Chinese... Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

China beckons risk takers

As China’s economy opens, many exciting opportunities have risen for companies and entrepreneurs who – regardless of the high risks – want to expand into China, reports the Australian Financial... Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

Call to go boldly in China

Australia stands to be the biggest winner from the Chinese consumption boom, reports the Australian Financial Review (16 March 2016). Declared by a panel of China experts, the current predicament... Read more >


OPP Connect
/ OPP Connect

Juwai.com iPhone app 'world's first'

Juwai.com has launched the first Chinese-language mobile app in the world for global properties, reports OPP Connect (15 March 2014). The iPad and Android versions will be available soon but... 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 >


DailyMail
/ The Daily Mail

What happened to levels four and 14? Why the Chinese word for 'death' is causing entire FLOORS to disappear from new high-rises in Australia

In a bid to ensure Chinese buyers are not put off by “inauspicious” numbers, Australian developers are leaving off certain numbers from their newest buildings reveals the the Daily Mail... Read more >


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