Property survey Malaysia Q1 2020

Malaysia confident market will return to growth after outbreak ends

Juwai IQI’s “Residential Property Index – Malaysia” survey reveals how agents are reacting to the coronavirus pandemic that has slowed... 继续阅读 >


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The 7 guiding principles of Chinese HNWI overseas property investors

[This article was originally published on Investment Migration Insider and written by Luc Lu (Shanghai/Singapore).] In a pandemic world, where... 继续阅读 >


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Chinese buyer activity looks to bounce back from coronavirus outbreak

Wuhan set to lift draconian restrictions in force for over two months, ending lockdown, as China gets people back to... 继续阅读 >


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The Australian

China’s eased Covid restrictions to boost demand for property globally

China’s easing of the world’s toughest Covid restrictions could boost foreign demand for Australian property, a real estate group predicts. Kashif Ansari, a co-founder and group chief executive of real estate marketing...

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Forbes

Juwai IQI Reveals Carbon Emission Calculator In SuperApp

Juwai IQI reveals it will build a new carbon emission calculator into its super-app, Atlas, which is used by members of its 30,000-strong global agent network. The calculator will empower homebuyers with...

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The South China Morning Post

Will Thailand’s New Visa Scheme Improve Its Economy?

Thailand has begun accepting applications for a visa scheme this month targeted at courting wealthy foreigners, but analysts are mixed on whether it could prove to be a “big win” in the...

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New Straits Times

Juwai IQI: Residential homes may hit floor price on tightening supply

Juwai IQI warned that the 9 per cent loss in newly planned residential supply and the 47 per cent drop in completed housing may soon lead to a price floor for residential...

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