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/ Buzz Buzz Home

Do you know more about homebuyers from China than Canadian realtors?

A recent survey by Juwai.com shows that Canadian realtors need to learn more about Chinese buyers, reports Buzz Buzz Home (29 September 2016). Juwai.com quizzed 1,402 real estate professionals from... Read more >


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/ The Guardian

'This is just the start': China's passion for foreign property

A new wave of Chinese investment is expected to reach the global property market within the next few years, and experts believe that what the world has seen so far... Read more >


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/ Property Portal Watch

How to form winning partnerships in the portal world

Juwai.com has partnered up with Sotheby's International Realty to bring the latter's listings to Chinese international property buyers, reports Property Portal Watch (26 September 2016). According to Charles Pittar, CEO... Read more >


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/ Property Observer

Juwai.com named market partner for $1 billion Gold Coast Jewel project

Juwai.com has been named market partner by Wanda Ridong Development for its $1-billion Jewel beachfront project in Australia's Gold Coast, reports Property Observer (15 September 2016). According to Gavin Norris,... Read more >


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/ The Seattle Times

Seattle becomes No. 1 U.S. market for Chinese homebuyers

The British Columbia foreign buyer tax in Canada has caused Seattle to be increasingly sought-after by international property buyers, reports The Seattle Times (15 September 2016). Juwai Data showed that... Read more >


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/ Financial Post

Vancouver is dragging down all of B.C. housing market numbers, new data says

The decline in Vancouver's housing market has affected the housing statistics for the whole of British Columbia, reports the Financial Post (14 September 2016). A 25.6 percent fall in sales... Read more >


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/ South China Morning Post

‘Business as usual’, say London property firms as Hong Kong investors continue to favour UK capital

Chinese buyers are expected to continue buying more real estate in London, reports the South China Morning Post (13 September 2016). Chinese investors from Hong Kong are taking advantage of... Read more >


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/ Gold Coast Bulletin

Gold Coast agents use ‘eight’ as their lucky number

A property in Gold Coast, Australia has been priced at A$888,888 as a marketing gimmick to appeal to Chinese buyers, reports the Gold Coast Bulletin (9 September 2016). The number... Read more >


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