Chinese buyers are still zealously investing in residential and commercial properties in the UK, thanks to the lure of cheaper properties for international buyers post-Brexit, reports Market Watch (11 August 2016). The fall of the pound has caused many international property investors to look beyond the uncertainty surrounding Brexit – recent data from Chinese online property portal Juwai.com revealed Chinese enquiries for the UK were up 30 – 40 percent after the referendum. “There have been a lot of drags on the property market in recent months, including the referendum", said Bernie Morris, President of the UK, Europe and Middle East region for Juwai.com. Morris further notes that these buyers are not 'emotional buyers' but rather property investors on a hunt for a bargain, and are buyers who have long-term faith in the UK. “But that is exactly why the weaker pound has come at the right time. It’s summer, and the Chinese are coming.”