Financial Review
/ The Australian Financial Review

Luxury hotels, great food and free wi-fi: Inside the new Chinese tourism boom

The type of Chinese tourists visiting Australia is changing, reports the Australian Financial Review (27 December 2016). The large groups of Chinese tourists who used to pour out of buses... Ler mais >


theStar
/ thestar.com

Canada's real-estate boom: a Chinese perspective

Despite rising real estate prices in Toronto or Vancouver, Canadian property is still considered a bargain for Chinese buyers, reports thestar.com (23 December 2016). Prices in mainland China are soaring... Ler mais >


realestate.com.au
/ Realestate.com.au

Chinese buyers offered discounts on Melbourne apartments

Although Chinese buyers are being offered discounts on Melbourne apartments in a bid to clear stock, Chinese are more interested in house and land packages, reports Realestate.com.au (17 December 2016).... Ler mais >


BBC
/ BBC

Chinese retirees could fuel the next overseas property boom

The rapidly-ageing Chinese society is looking to retire overseas where they can get decent healthcare within a safe community and a pristine environment, reports the BBC (15 December 2016). China... Ler mais >


news.com.au
/ News.com.au

Overseas buyers not behind Australian property price boom: report

A report released by the Australian Treasury reveals that overseas buyers are not the main reasons behind the property price surge in Australia, reports News.com.au (6 December 2016). According to... Ler mais >


Global Times
/ Global Times

Huge Malaysia housing projects just one way Chinese demand reshaping SE Asia

The yuan's weakening of the yuan and domestic real estate slowdown has prompted Chinese buyers to invest in Southeast Asia where properties are relatively affordable, reports the Global times (8... Ler mais >


The Real Deal
/ The Real Deal

Corcoran partners with Juwai for exposure in China

Juwai.com and the Corcoran Group have joined hands to bring the New York-based real estate brokerage company's listings to Chinese buyers, reports the Real Deal (5 December 2016). Juwai.com will... Ler mais >


Property Observer
/ Property Observer

FIRB study fails to link foreign buyers to high residential price growth

A recent paper by Australia's Department of Treasury showed that foreign buyers were not to blame for the housing price surge in Australia, reports the Property Observer (5 December 2016).... Ler mais >


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