The Globe And Mail
/ The Globe and Mail

Foreign-buyer tax to spur Vancouver housing correction, TD warns

Canada's new foreign buyer tax in British Columbia could lead to a price drop of 10 percent by the end of next year in Vancouver, reports The Globe and Mail... Ler mais >


Your Investment Property
/ Your Investment Property Magazine

Chinese buyers unlikely to turn away from Aussie real estate anytime soon

Opinions regarding the potential impact of the new foreign buyer taxes are varied in Australia, reports Your Investment Property Magazine (19 August 2016). While some industry experts think it will turn... Ler mais >


news.com.au
/ News.com

Why Chinese buyers are winning at auctions

Chinese buyers have acquired expert-level knowledge about how to bid successfully at real estate auctions in Australia, reports News.com.au (17 August 2016). Today's Chinese buyers are among the most sophisticated... Ler mais >


The South China Morning Post
/ South China Morning Post

Heat's on foreigners

The British Columbia's new tax on foreign buyers may deter Chinese buyers from Vancouver, reports the South China Morning Post (17 August 2016). According to the BC government's data, Chinese... Ler mais >


Forbes
/ Forbes

China's house hunters taking their sights off Brazil

Chinese international property buyers are taking their sight off Brazil, reports Forbes (12 August 2016). The main selling point of Brazil, a healthy and natural lifestyle, has been undermined by... Ler mais >


inman
/ Inman

Is the EB-5 investment visa really dead?

Chinese citizens account for 70 percent of the United States EB-5 visa program, reports Inman (12 August 2016). For the past ten years, Chinese have brought about $9.5 billion –... Ler mais >


Market Watch
/ Market Watch

Chinese investors still hungry for U.K. property, even after Brexit

Chinese buyers are still zealously investing in residential and commercial properties in the UK, thanks to the lure of cheaper properties for international buyers post-Brexit, reports Market Watch (11 August... Ler mais >


CNBC
/ CNBC

FACTBOX – The biggest Chinese investments in Britain

Chinese companies have invested more in Britain during the last five years than in Germany, France and Italy combined, reports CNBC (9 August 2016). However, this may change after PM... 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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