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Sydney celebrates its busiest Saturday of the year with no sign of market weakness

The Sydney auction scene has just had its busiest Saturday of the year, with the increased stock showing there is no apparent sign of market weakness, reported The Daily Telegraph... Ler mais >


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Chinese buyers are getting ready to flock back into Australia’s ‘cheap’ property market

Of the 1.2 million Chinese tourists visiting Australia every year, as many as a quarter could be looking to buy a property here, a new study has suggested, reported Propertynoise... Ler mais >


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Chinese tourists are using their holidays in Australia to shop for 'cheap' properties – as their city of choice is revealed

Chinese tourists are using their holidays in Australia to scout out potential properties, reported the Daily Mail Australia (23 September 2019). About 1.2million Chinese tourists visit Australia every year and... Ler mais >


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Chinese U.S. homebuying to hit eight-year low, says leading property site

U.S. home sales to Chinese buyers are likely to drop to an eight-year low in the year ending next March as a prolonged Sino-U.S. trade war hits demand, according to... Ler mais >


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Chinese tourists go "property shopping" in Australia

Chinese buyers are increasingly becoming interested in Australia's housing market again — a new survey shows that property shopping is part of their travel plans when they go on holiday,... Ler mais >


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Ghost of Asian crisis haunts Bangkok housing market

Thai policymakers are grappling with a rapidly cooling property market in the country’s capital. Overseas demand for Bangkok priorities, particularly from China, is lending some support as indebted Thais pull... Ler mais >


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/ South China Morning Post

Mainlanders, Hongkongers increasingly looking to work and buy homes in Beethoven’s Vienna. But it is not easy to pull off

Hongkongers and mainland Chinese are increasingly looking at working or buying a home in Vienna, rated as the world’s best city to live in, according to a report in the... Ler mais >


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Chinese buyers are getting ready to flock back into Australia's 'cheap' property market – with one city emerging as their clear favourite

Of the 1.2 million Chinese tourists visiting Australia every year, as many as a quarter could be looking to buy a property here, a new study has suggested, in an... Ler mais >


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Juwai Overseas Expos are global fairs showcasing real estate, immigration, and education services by the industry’s finest companies.

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Chinese show interest in New Zealand properties despite ban on foreign buyers

Although a ban on foreigners buying properties in New Zealand has affected residential sales, data from Juwai.com shows interest has picked up again in the last nine months of 2019.   New...

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Vanuatu all out to woo Chinese property investors after strengthening ties with China

For many, investing in a waterfront villa in the stunning South Pacific may sound like a pipe dream, but in reality, it is more feasible than you think. Especially so in Vanuatu....

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Fiji woos Chinese homes buyers who covet idyllic island lifestyle in the South Pacific Ocean

For centuries, this collection of approximately 330 South Pacific islands has lured adventurers, mercenaries and evangelists. Now, Fiji is hoping to attract foreign investors to its real estate sector, including Chinese property...

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Why Chinese are eyeing real estate in Hawaii

Hawaii is a dream vacation destination for many and the same goes for the Chinese who not only love to holiday there but are also increasingly attracted to the Pacific Island state’s...

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