Property Observer
/ Property Observer

What does Donald Trump mean for your property investments? Gavin Norris

Chinese investors and real estate professionals alike are curious over property investment prospects under a Trump presidency, reports Property Observer (26 February 2017). Gavin Norris, Head of Australia at Juwai.com... Read more >


The Real Deal
/ The Real Deal

Suddenly less liquid, Chinese buyers shift strategies in NYC

China's new capital controls have caused Chinese buyers to switch investment tactics in New York City, reports The Real Deal (21 February 2017). While Chinese now face more obstacles in... Read more >


OPP Today
/ OPP Today

Foreign buyers ‘not to blame for Toronto bubble’

Rising housing prices in Toronto is not to due to foreign buyers, reports OPP Today (21 February 2017). While first-time buyers and foreign buyers have been blamed to be the... Read more >


xinhuanet english
/ Xinhua News

News analysis: Chinese investment in Australian real estate crucial to economy experts

Despite substantial evidence proving otherwise, misconceptions over the actual impact of Chinese property investment in Australia has prevailed, reports Xinhua News (20 February 2017). Stories of foreign buyers being forced... Read more >


The Globe And Mail
/ The Globe and Mail

Ontario’s lack of foreign-buyer data sparks concern about a Toronto housing crisis

Toronto's real estate market is rising on the back of the British Columbia 15% foreign buyer tax implementation, reports the Globe and Mail (17 February 2017). According to data from... Read more >


The Wall Street Journal
/ The Wall Street Journal

For Chinese homebuyers, Seattle is the new Vancouver

Seattle has replaced Vancouver become the next darling destination for Chinese property buyers, reports The Wall Street Journal (7 February 2017). The Emerald city is reaping the benefits from a... Read more >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

Australia forces foreign owners of 15 properties to sell

Fifteen foreign owners have been forced to sell their illegally bought properties by the Australian government, reports the Australian Financial Review (6 February 2017). The properties were owned by nationals... Read more >


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4 reasons Singapore is set for a Chinese real estate boom

Chinese buyer interest in Singapore is on the rebound, with Chinese enquiries up 21.2% q-o-q on Juwai.com in Q3 2017.1Strict cooling measures from the Singaporean government – including the 15%...

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Malaysia’s education is attracting Chinese buyers – here's why

172,886 international students made Malaysia their study choice at the start of 2017.1 By 2020, Malaysia hopes to attract 200,000 international students2, and then bump up that number to...

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Agent of the Month: Eric Chen, Long & Foster Real Estate

Long & Foster Real Estate is the No. 1 independent brand (by sales volume) in the US, as well as the largest global affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate. With over 11,000...

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4 factors why New Zealand will still draw Chinese buyers

Ranked as the #6 most popular investment destination on Juwai.com, New Zealand has long been a steady favourite with buyers from China. Having gained a reputation as a haven for the world’s...

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