The Sunday Times Perth
/ The Sunday Times

East coast tax benefit for WA

The new taxes hitting foreign property buyers in Victoria, New South Wales, and Queensland could benefit Western Australia, reports The Sunday Times (19 June 2016). As the East Coast states... Read more >


The Economist
/ The Economist

A roaring trade: Chinese tiger mums start a college-town housing boom

Chinese mothers are the driving force behind a surge in property purchases in college towns in the US, reports The Economist (18 June 2016). Chinese make up the largest group... Read more >


news.com.au
/ News.com.au

The Chinese real estate agent boom

With Chinese being the biggest foreign buyers of Australian real estate, there seems to also be a slow rise in Chinese-speaking real estate agents as well in Australia, reports News.com.au... Read more >


inman
/ Inman

Juwai.com heading for an IPO in Australia

Juwai.com is planning for an IPO in Australia within the next 12 months, reports Inman (16 June 2016). Before the public offering, Juwai.com – the leading Chinese international real estate... Read more >


SBS
/ SBS

Guardian visas boosting interest among Chinese property buyers

Australia’s new Guardian visa scheme – set to start on 1 July 2016 – is expected to boost Chinese property investor interest in buying Australian properties, reports SBS (16 June... Read more >


Reuters
/ Reuters

Half of Chinese property buyers delay UK deals until after EU vote

51 percent of Chinese property buyers are holding their purchase in the UK until after Britain’s EU referendum, according to a Juwai.com survey, reports Reuters (15 June 2016). The vote,... Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

How the new stamp duty and land tax surcharges will bite

A new stamp duty for foreign investors in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, has raised concerns among real estate experts, reports the Australian Financial Review (15 june 2016). This... Read more >


BBC
/ BBC

EU referendum: half of the Chinese real estate investors are holding their purchases

As the United Kingdom nears its vote on June 23 to decide if it will remain or leave the European Union, polls show that supporters of the so-called Brexit are... 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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