The New Zealand Herald
/ The New Zealand Herald

Use overseas dosh for Auckland

The upgrade of the Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor (QDII2) scheme in China could be beneficial to New Zealand if the influx of money is channelled towards new housing development, reports... Ler mais >


The Cairns Post
/ The Cairns Post

Forging links to Asia

In a bid to promote Cairns to the Asian market, RE/MAX sales agents Mat Foley and Yulia Lu will go to a real estate conference in Singapore next month, reports... Ler mais >


The New Zealand Herald
/ The New Zealand Herald

Chinese investment set to boom

US$10.9 billion is set to pour into New Zealand, thanks to the recently revealed Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor (QDII2) scheme, which will allow qualified individuals from 6 Chinese cities to... Ler mais >


OPP Today
/ OPP Today

Chinese buyer claims compensation for ‘wrong’ Florida land

A Chinese buyer has taken Fang.com (formerly SouFun.com) to court over a land deal dupe in Florida, reports OPP Today (22 June 2015). The Chinese purchaser, Ms. Qiu, had bought... Ler mais >


New Zealand Property Professional Magazine
/ New Zealand Property Professional Magazine

The new China – big money in commercial property

The rapid economic development of China, as well as its urbanisation, is on a scale that is hard to fathom for people from occidental countries, reports New Zealand Property Professional... Ler mais >


Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

Australian property in line for $98b of Chinese investment money

According to Juwai.com’s data, allowing qualified Chinese buyers to invest funds out of China through the extension of the Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor (QDII2) scheme could bring A$98 billion into... Ler mais >


Forbes
/ Forbes

China’s open markets mean half a trillion dollars in new liquidity

The upgrade of the Qualified Domestic institutional Investor (QDII) scheme allows qualified Chinese individuals to invest more than US$ 50,000 overseas and it should spurt an unprecedented Chinese investment influx,... Ler mais >


Property Portal Watch
/ Property Portal Watch

Juwai.com holds successful Shanghai Agent Summit event

International agents from 15 countries and 150 Chinese real estate agents attended the Juwai Agent Summit held in Shanghai, reports Property Portal Watch (12 June 2015). The Summit gave international... Ler mais >


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