Forbes
/ Forbes

Chinese overseas real estate buying spree slows, delayed by tightened capital controls

A report by Chinese property search portal Juwai.com says Chinese outbound real estate investment could drop by 20% this year, report Forbes (31 July 2017). This projected slowdown is due... Read more >


citylab
/ CityLab

The Chinese pursuit of the American dream

Chinese are the top foreign buyers of US homes, reports CityLab (31 July 2017). According to a recent NAR report, real estate investors from China spent $31.7 billion on American... Read more >


huffpost
/ HuffPost

Chinese clients are biggest foreign buyers of US homes, raising dollars through multiple channels

Chinese reign as the biggest foreign buyers of US property for the fourth year in a row, reports Yicai Global on HuffPost (26 July 2017). According to a report from... Read more >


The South China Morning Post
/ South China Morning Post

Asian buyers help London’s prime property market weather Brexit

16 percent of prime central London buyers in the first three months of 2017 were from Asia, reports the South China Morning Post (25 July 2017). Contrary to predictions of... Read more >


The South China Morning Post
/ South China Morning Post

Thai developers step up sales pitches as Hong Kong, China investors show increased interest

Growing Chinese interest in Thai properties has compelled Thai developers to attend more overseas roadshows, reports the South China Morning Post (25 July 2017). According to industry experts, Hong Kong... Read more >


ecns
/ Ecns.cn

65% of Chinese buyers pay cash for U.S. property

Chinese buyers spent $31.7 billion on US real estate between April 2016 and March 2017, reports Ecns.cn (25 July 2017). This is according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR),... Read more >


Seattle Times
/ The Seattle Times

Foreign buyers drop off as Seattle housing market hits hottest tempo since 2006 bubble

Surging prices in Seattle have led Chinese buyers to switch attention towards Texas and Arizona, reports The Seattle Times (25 July 2017). Over the past five years, Seattle housing prices... Read more >


Financial Times
/ Financial Times

Chinese investors mess with Texas in hunt for cheaper property

Chinese international property buyers are turning towards cheaper markets abroad like Thailand and Texas, reports Financial Times (24 July 2017). According to Juwai.com, China's largest real estate portal, US$101.4 billion... Read more >


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