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Financial freedom costs US$4 million in Hong Kong, second only to London

According to the ability to maintain a desired lifestyle, London is more expensive than Hong Kong, based on the data compiled by online property portal Juwai IQI. Based on Juwai’s... Read more >


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48 Percent of Malaysians Expect Higher Home Prices

Forty-eight per cent of Malaysians expect home prices to increase in 2021, while two out of every five expect to purchase a home this year, according to a new survey... Read more >


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/ BFM

Overseas properties still strong among Asian buyers despite COVID-19

A report done by Juwai IQI shows despite the pandemic, it did not restrict the enthusiasm for properties among Asian buyers. Georg Chmiel, Group Executive Chairman of Juwai IQI, shares... Read more >


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