DailyMail
/ The Daily Mail

It's not just China's super-rich buying Australian property

Chinese buyers in Australia are looking beyond luxury mansions and showing a growing preference for regular properties priced below $700,000 instead, reports the Daily Mail (29 May 2016). According to... Read more >


sydney property experts
/ Sydney Property Expert

The hot spot suburbs Chinese buyers are looking at

Chinese enquiries for Australian properties on Juwai.com rose 87.1 percent in 2015 compared to 2014, reports Sydney Property Expert (24 May 2016). Based on a recent report from Juwai.com, Sydney... Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

A NSW surcharge on land tax to foreigners would 'hurt affordability' more

While the new proposed NSW surcharge on foreign property buyers is supposed to free up more housing for local first-time homebuyers, many real estate experts believe it would only hurt... Read more >


Daily Telegraph
/ The Daily Telegraph

Critics slam NSW Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian’s proposals for foreign property buyer tax

Property experts have expressed concern that a proposed new land tax on international property investors could potentially curtail the influx of foreign capital going into Australia, reports the Daily Telegraph... Read more >


stuff.co.nz
/ Stuff.co.nz

Agent woos house sellers with Chinese demand

Chinese investors are interested in New Zealand real estate and agents are actively promoting their connections to Chinese buyers, reports Stuff.co.nz (22 May 2016). Ray White especially printed and distributed... Read more >


Your Investment Property
/ Your Investment Property

Chinese interest in Australian property skyrockets

A latest report from Juwai.com has revealed that Chinese investing in Australian residential real estate has grown 87.1% during 2015, reports Your Investment Property (12 May 2016). While luxury homes... Read more >


ChinaDaily CN
/ China Daily

Turnbull highlights China-Australia FTA as a valuable asset

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull recently re-emphasised the importance of the free trade agreement signed between China and Australia for Australia’s economic future, reports China Daily (11 May 2016). Thanks... Read more >


Bloomberg
/ Bloomberg

ANZ, Westpac on foreign income back mortgages

Despite loan restrictions from certain Australian lenders, the issue is said to apply to only a small number of borrowers, and has not impacted Chinese appetite for Australian residential properties,... Read more >


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