Macau Business
/ Macau Business

London calling

The Brexit vote attracted more investors from mainland China, Hong Kong and Macau to the UK, reports Macau Business (31 October 2017). Thanks to London's stable long-term returns and repute... Ler mais >


NZ Herald
/ New Zealand Herald

NZ drops down China property buyer rankings

Data from top Chinese international property website Juwai.com shows that New Zealand has dropped one spot to be the sixth-most popular country for Chinese buyers, reports the New Zealand Herald... Ler mais >


The South China Morning Post
/ South China Morning Post

Cashed-up Chinese on notice after New Zealand PM signals ban on foreigners buying existing homes

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a potential move to ban foreign speculators from buying New Zealand existing properties, reports the South China Morning Post (26 October 2017). The... Ler mais >


Buzz Buzz Home
/ BuzzBuzzNews

Here’s what’s attracting Chinese buyers to Canadian real estate despite foreign-buyer taxes

Educating their children in the best schools is what's driving Chinese international property buyers to Canada, reports BuzzBuzzNews (26 October 2017). According to Juwai.com's data, the number of Chinese students... Ler mais >


Reuters
/ Reuters

NZ Prime Minister heads to trade talks with foreign investment ban on her mind

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern plans to implement restrictions on foreign property buyers, reports Reuters (26 October 2017). This is especially so for homebuyers from China, whose interest in... Ler mais >


Business Insider
/ Business Insider

New Zealand Prime Minister heads to trade talks with foreign investment ban on her mind

In a move to curb property speculation, NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern plans to implement restrictions on foreign property buyers, reports Business Insider (26 October 2017). Ardern will seek to... Ler mais >


Telesur TV
/ Telesur

Chinese nationals buy up properties in Australia amid 'Belt Road' concerns

Chinese buyers are still buying Australian properties in spite of capital restrictions in China and Australia's concerns about the “One Belt, One Road” (BRI) project, reports Telesur (24 October 2017).... Ler mais >


CNBC
/ CNBC

Here's why China is buying up assets in Australia

Australia's fertile lands attract Chinese investment, reports CNBC (22 October 2017). This stems from the Chinese desire and demand for anything 'Made in Australia' like dairy, wine, meat, and mineral,... 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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