news.com.au
/ News.com

Queensland is the new hot spot for Chinese buyers, according to Juwai.com

Chinese buyer intent on property along the Gold Coast jumped 161% in Q1 2015 – soaring as much as 1,120% over the same period last year, reports news.com.au (28 July... Ler mais >


OPP Today
/ OPP Today

US $800b China outflow ‘may boost overseas property investment’

Capital outflows as much as US$800 billion has been estimated to have streamed out of China last year – and Chinese overseas property investment is predicted to rise in tandem,... Ler mais >


World Property Journal
/ World Property Journal

China's QDII2 plan could result in $2.3 trillion of new property investment worldwide

An estimated U$6.61 trillion of Chinese wealth could be reinvested into overseas investment if the QDII2 programme were to be implemented nationally, reports the World Property Journal (21 July 2015).... Ler mais >


ABC 2015
/ ABC Australia

Real estate agents cash in on Chinese buying spree

With the continuing increase of Chinese investment in Australian property, Australian property agents are showing greater focus towards Chinese buyers, reports ABC Australia (17 July 2015). With the rise of... Ler mais >


Radio New Zealand News
/ Radio New Zealand News

New Zealand popular in Chinese property search

New Zealand now ranks within the list of the top searched countries by Chinese keen on property investment abroad, reports Radio New Zealand News (14 July 2015). In this past... Ler mais >


The New Zealand Herald
/ The New Zealand Herald

'We've got Chinese buyers'

Wealthy Chinese investors are increasingly seeking safe havens to invest their money abroad, and it would seem that Auckland, New Zealand is serving as one of those safe havens, reports... Ler mais >


CNBC
/ CNBC

Will Chinese buyers flee or flood US housing?

Even as the Chinese market fluctuation raises concern about Chinese investment power in the US, some experts believe it would in fact drive Chinese investment in the US, reports CNBC... Ler mais >


Domain
/ Domain

Why Australia is popular with Chinese buyers

Chinese investors are increasingly looking towards Australian properties – and the relative safety it poses – as an alternative investment opportunity, says Domain (8 July 2015). According to Juwai.com Co-CEO... Ler mais >


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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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