Chinese Buyer Tips

Monthly pointers and tips for success with Chinese buyers.


Tip 05: Adopt a Chinese name

According to Chinese beliefs, a good name is critical to a person’s success in life. Setting superstitions and beliefs aside... Continuar a Ler >


Tip 04: Go mobile

Mobile, specifically smartphones, is where the future of internet and e-commerce lies – especially in China. With 620 million mobile... Continuar a Ler >


Tip 03: Wise up to feng shui

Feng shui remains a mysterious science that sceptics may scoff at, yet many Chinese tend to check feng shui when... Continuar a Ler >


Tip 02: Account for numerology

Why do Chinese avoid the number 4 but love the number 8? Chinese buyers have a propensity for certain numbers,... Continuar a Ler >


Tip 01: Capitalise on Golden Week

Golden Week is the peak season for Fly ‘n Buy Chinese, who tend to property hunt while holidaying abroad.... Continuar a Ler >


Start the year right with Chinese buyer tips each month

Interested in Chinese property buyers? You’re at the right place.    Our combined 37 years of experience in real estate... Continuar a Ler >


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