OPP Today
/ OPP Today

Foreign investment in Australian property jumps 75%

Foreign investment in Australian properties surged as much as 75 percent in 2014-2015 to a record $60.75 billion, reports OPP Today (13 April 2016). This means that around a quarter... Read more >

sydney property experts
/ Sydney Property Experts

Australian real estate: quarter of all foreign investment comes from China

Chinese investors doubled their investment in Australian real estate from $12.4 billion in 2013-14 to $24.3 billion in 2014-15, reports Sydney Property Experts (12 April 2016). Based on the latest... Read more >

The Real Deal
/ The Real Deal

Thunder down under: Chinese investment in Aussie real estate leaps to $18B

Chinese are the top foreign investors in Australia, splashing US$18 billion Down Under, which is twice the amount between 2013-2014, reports The Real Deal (11 April 2016). According to Juwai... Read more >

Financial Times
/ Financial Times

Chinese seek to boost investment in Australia property

Chinese investment reached $24 billion in 2014-15 in Australia according to the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB), reports the Financial Times (10 April 2016). China is Australia's biggest investor with... Read more >

/ Domain

Chinese investments in Australian property doubles as FIRB real estate approvals overall jump 75 per cent

The annual report of the Foreign Investment Review Board shows China splurged A$24.3 billion in 2014-15 – by far the biggest foreign real estate buyer in Australia, reports Domain (9 April 2016).... Read more >

/ BBC News

Juwai.com explains where the Chinese are buying property

Juwai.com explains where the Chinese are buying property - BBC NewsJuwai.com is a real estate website that connects mainland Chinese clients with foreign sellers. Sue Jong, head of international... Read more >

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