huffpost
/ Huffpost

Canadian housing to be listed on Chinese Amazon-style site

Juwai.com and JD.com have signed an agreement to market overseas properties to JD.com's nearly 300 million customers, report the Huffpost (31 March 2018). Juwai.com, which markets overseas properties to mainland... Read more >


Financial Times
/ Financial Times

Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com to list overseas apartments

Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com will start listing overseas properties on Juwai.com, reports the Financial Times (30 March 2018). Starting in April, the platform will include residential listings from its partner... Read more >


Global News
/ Global News

Chinese site to start marketing new Vancouver condos to millions of potential foreign buyers

Juwai.com, a Chinese website that markets international property to buyers, has joined hands with Chinese online retailer giant JD.com, reports Global News (30 March 2018). This will allow Juwai.com's property... Read more >


Mansion Global
/ Mansion Global

The four pillars of foreign investment

While investing in foreign real estate is complicated, overseas investment can benefit as long as fours rules are followed, reports Mansion Global (30 March 2018). Before investing abroad, the four... Read more >


The Motley Fool
/ The Motley Fool

JD.com to advertise apartments, should REA Group Limited worry?

Chinese online retailer JD.com, the fourth-largest internet company by revenue in the world, will start selling property on its platform, reports The Motley Fool (29 March 2018). The e-commerce website... Read more >


New Straits Times
/ New Straits Times

China investment in Malaysia may double by 2025

Chinese residential property investment in Malaysia could double by 2025, reports the New Straits Times (29 March 2018). According to Juwai.com CEO Carrie Law, this projection is feasible as a... Read more >


Sup China
/ SupChina

Point and click and buy a house in Sydney or Vancouver

Juwai.com and JD.com have teamed up to enable JD.com's 295 million users to browse and view real estate listings for the US, Australia, Canada, and the UK, reports SupChina (29... Read more >


better dwelling
/ Better Dwelling

You can now buy US & Canadian real estate with your milk and eggs... in China

China's largest overseas real estate firm Juwai.com has partnered up with JD.com, reports Better Dwelling (29 March 2018). Starting from April 2018, Juwai's international property listings will appear on JD.com... Read more >


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2019 Beijing International Property & Investment Expo​

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