The South China Morning Post
/ South China Morning Post

Trump best for Chinese property buyers, say US real estate agents

A new survey from Juwai.com shows that US real estate experts and Chinese buyers have differing opinions on which US presidential candidate would be better for Chinese buyers in the... Ler mais >


National Mortgage Professional
/ National Mortgage Professional

Chinese real estate investors prefer Hillary over Trump

A recent survey revealed 54% of Chinese respondents believe Clinton would implement policies beneficial for Chinese investment in the US, reports National Mortgage Professional (31 October 2016). The survey by... Ler mais >


inman
/ Inman

Are U.S. agents and their Chinese investor clients at political odds?

A survey by Chinese international portal Juwai.com shows US real estate professionals and Chinese investors have diverging opinions about which US presidential candidate would benefit Chinese investment the most, reports... Ler mais >


Miami Herald
/ Miami Herald

Miami real estate likely to be increasingly attractive to buyers from China

Rosen Consulting Group estimates Chinese real estate investment in the US could reach $218 billion between 2016 and 2020, reports the Miami Herald (31 October 2016). Chinese buyer interest is... Ler mais >


CNBC
/ CNBC

Chinese investors prefer a Clinton presidency: Survey

More Chinese investors preferred a Clinton presidency because they approved current U.S. policies on investment, says Charles Pittar, CEO at Juwai.com on CNBC (30 October 2016). Ler mais >


Khaleej Times
/ Khaleej Times

Chinese investors keen to snap up Dubai properties

Chinese investors are turning their eyes towards Dubai real estate, reports Khaleej Times (25 October 2016). As China's real estate market slows down with low interest rates, low rental yields,... Ler mais >


TTG mena Online
/ TTG mena Online

Omran to attend Juwai China Agent Summit in Beijing

A delegation of Omran's senior management will attend the Juwai China Agent Summit in Beijing on 26 October 2016, reports TTG mena Online (25 October 2016). The Oman real estate... Ler mais >


theguardian.com
/ The Guardian

Sales of luxury London properties collapsed by 86% in past year

Sales for London's luxury properties priced over £10m-plus dropped 86 percent in the past year, reports The Guardian (17 October 2016). The fall in sales and prices is partly due... Ler mais >


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