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3 things Chinese buyers love about New York

Chinese buyers spent $28.6 billion on US real estate in 20151, but where were they looking in the... Continuar a Ler >


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Juwai welcomes Australia's CommercialVIEW aboard

New partnership with CommercialVIEW.com.au allows Chinese buyers to easily search for Australian commercial real estate. As one of the largest... Continuar a Ler >


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How Chinese tourism spurs overseas property shopping

China is the world’s largest outbound tourist market1, yet only 4% of China’s population hold a passport. What’s... Continuar a Ler >


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How China is dominating the global movie market

China’s box-office sales raked in $548 million during Lunar New Year this year – smashing the world record of takings... Continuar a Ler >


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The OPI Expo is an unique platform for international companies seeking to enter the Chinese market.

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Portugal’s golden visa programme ‘swamped’ by inquiries from Hongkongers seeking alternative residence and a safe haven

Portugal has seen an upswing in recent months as wealthy residents and investors from Hong Kong and China clamour for an alternative residency amid escalating political tensions in Hong Kong, reported the...

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Foreign buyers 'not hiding' to get around ban

New data shows that foreign buyers are not using companies to get around rules that will prevent them from buying New Zealand houses, reported New Zealand website Stuff (9 August 2019). Chinese...

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Will trade tensions scare away foreign real estate buyers?

Slower sales, trade tensions, and anxiety over potential recession have cooled down the market for foreign buyers of US property, according to a report by Curbed (6 August 2019). “Yes, the trade...

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Lower demand but Thailand is still China’s favourite international property market

The yuan has dropped in value against the Thai baht but Chinese investors are still buying up Thailand property although not at the same rate as they did last year, according to...

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