Our Team

Juwai’s team of 110 staff members – 78 who are Chinese – offer years of expertise and know-how in real estate, and are well-versed in both Chinese online and international property portal experience. Our team, which is primarily based in our Shanghai or Hong Kong office but also in key locations abroad, speak 15 languages and dialects collectively.

Shanghai Office

Hong Kong Office


Work with Us

Our company is experiencing rapid growth, and we’re seeking talented people to join our team. At Juwai, no task is ever too big or too small. Our culture is our strength, and we value ability, drive and passion. Entrepreneurial, insightful, creative, professional, team-oriented, responsible and fun – these are just some of the words that describe our Juwai team members. If you think you’ve got what it takes, then drop us an email now with your CV!

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In the Press

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Chinese investment sets new records in property purchases

Demand for property, especially in Bangkok, continues unabated. Despite a drop off in absolute tourism numbers, enquiries from Chinese real estate buyers remains strong, setting new records. According to juwai.com, buyer enquiries...

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Sydney Morning Herald

'Poor answer': New Zealand ban on foreign buyers starts

Many foreigners will be banned from buying homes in New Zealand from Monday, unless they are newly built apartments, reports The Sydney Morning Herald (22 October 2018). Chinese buyer inquiries for houses...

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Banning foreign buyers seen not solving NZ's home shortage

Housing became a major campaign issue for an election last year that ended the National Party government's near decade in power and landed Jacinda Ardern the premiership in a surprise result. "The...

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Reuters

Ban on foreign buyers seen poor answer to New Zealand's housing shortage

Many foreigners will be banned from buying homes in New Zealand from Monday (22 October), unless they are newly built apartments, as the Labour-led government fulfils an election promise that critics say...

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