Reuters
/ Reuters

Social media fuels Chinese overseas real estate purchases

The evolution of social media has given cash-rich Chinese buyers the ability to easily buy property around the world that are worth millions – all with just a click or... Ler mais >


The New York Times
/ The New York Times

Australia startled by foreign investment; Properties

Wealthy Chinese property hunters spent a total of $22.6 billion on Australian property over the past 7 years, and many first-time buyers and middle-class locals are feeling the heat in... Ler mais >


Mofcom
/ The Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China (MOFCOM)

Australia becomes China's second largest overseas property investment destination

The Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China (MOFCOM) recently reposted an article by The Australian, who reported that Australia has become the second largest and most sought... Ler mais >


The Australian
/ The Australian

Chinese look to Australia for their overseas home

Chinese buyers consider Australia as their next favourite country after the US to buy homes abroad, reports The Australian (24 April 2014). According to Juwai.com Co-CEO, Andrew Taylor, Chinese homebuyers... Ler mais >


Property Investor Europe
/ Property Investor Europe

Spanish home site signs reciprocal deal with Chinese Juwai.com

idealista.com recently went into partnership with Juwai.com to exclusively list properties from Spain, Italy and Portugal on the Chinese property portal, reports Property Investor Europe (23 April 2014). Existing agents... Ler mais >


PR Newswire
/ PR Newswire

idealista.com to market Spanish, Italian and Portuguese properties in China via Juwai.com

Following the partnerships with LJ Hooker, RE/MAX Australia, RE/MAX New Zealand and RE/MAX Portugal, Juwai.com has signed another new partnership with idealista.com – one of Europe's most prestigious property websites... Ler mais >


Property Report
/ Property Report

Portuguese real estate network joins forces with Chinese firm to attract investors

Juwai.com recently entered into partnership with RE/MAX Portugal, a strategic move that would prove beneficial following the surge of Chinese buyers inundating property markets all over the world – especially... Ler mais >


The Courier Mail
/ The Courier-Mail

Queensland offers the perfect combination for Chinese investors

Queensland has become the property gem much sought after by rich Chinese homebuyers, thanks to its reasonable prices, education offerings and strong infrastructure, says The Courier-Mail ( 16 April 2014).... Ler mais >


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Juwai Live Seminar 2020

Juwai will launch a Juwai Live Seminar via Facebook & Zoom which will feature eminent speakers from the real estate industry and experts in related sectors.This is a great opportunity for you to reach a captivated audience of high-net-worth Chinese buyers who are increasingly spending more time online due to travel constraints.

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