Our Team

Juwai’s team of 144 staff members – 87 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

Greek Reporter

Chinese investors look for bargains in foreclosure auctions in Greece

Chinese buyer demand for Greek residential property is on the rise, reports Greek Reporter (4 December 2017). Chinese property investors' sentiments towards Greece's economic and financial situation have changed for the positive,...

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New Straits Times

Property investment: Malaysia still top choice for China buyers

Malaysian property is fast on the rise with Chinese property investors, reports New Straits Times (23 November 2017). According to Juwai.com Chairman Georg Chmiel, the most popular cities in Malaysia with Chinese...

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stuff

Chinese website pushes NZ house sales ahead of Government crackdown

Chinese real estate website Juwai.com is rolling out a NZ campaign for Chinese buyers before the government implements a foreign buyer ban, reports Stuff (17 November 2017). The marketing campaign will involve...

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NZ Herald

Big NZ property sale push in China before foreign buyer ban: Twyford worried

Juwai.com will be running a one-month NZ campaign from 1 December to promote Kiwi properties to Chinese buyers, reports the New Zealand Herald (17 November 2017). According to Jane Lu, Head of...

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