Techinasia
/ Tech in Asia

As Chinese snap up more overseas property, Juwai grows to 1.5 million active users

Since its incorporation 2 years ago, Juwai has grown in leaps and bounds to reach 1.5 million users each month with 2.4 million real estate listings from 53 countries –... Read more >


Inman
/ Inman News

Juwai.com unveils mobile search app for international Chinese buyers

In a bid to further widen the door of global property investment to Chinese investors, Juwai.com has released the world's first mobile property app that will enable Chinese property investors... Read more >


Malaysia Chronicle
/ Malaysia Chronicle

What is driving Chinese investors?

Australian property is increasingly attracting more Chinese homebuyers, says Glenn Stevens, Reserve Bank of Australia's governor as reported by Malaysia Chronicle (11 March 2014). Juwai.com Co-CEO, Simon Henry shares with... Read more >


smh.com.au
/ The Sydney Morning Herald

Cashed-up Chinese are pricing the young out of the property market

First-time buyers and young buyers in Australia are finding it difficult to buy homes due to the wave of Chinese buyers who have been flooding Australia, especially in Sydney and... Read more >


The South China Morning Post
/ South China Morning Post

Australia: Investors pour into property market; Growing interest from Chinese buyers is driving up prices

Housing prices in Australia skyrocketed 27% in Sydney and Melbourne, mostly due to a massive surge of Chinese property hunters whose investment in Australia shot up 60% in the last... Read more >


Herald Sun
/ Herald Sun

Asian homes blitz

According to RESERVE Bank governor, Glenn Stevens, affluent Asian homebuyers are pushing up housing prices in Australia, reports the Herald Sun (8 March 2014). However, while burgeoning home prices are... Read more >


Die Welt
/ Die Welt

London office towers are a magnet for investors

London is set to experience a few good years as it undergoes a building boom unseen for many years, thanks to demand from Asian and American buyers who want new... Read more >


7 News
/ Seven News

Chinese investors inflate property prices

First-time homebuyers are being pressured by the flood of Chinese property buyers – especially in Melbourne, where almost one in seven new homes are bought by Chinese buyers, reports Seven... Read more >


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