Chinese investors can go to great length when it comes to their children’s future reports The Australian Financial Review (7 March 2015). data shows that Chinese buyers’ main motivations to buy property overseas were investment, emigration and children's education. Their average budget is AU$ 3.3 million and more than two-thirds are willing to pay in cash. Although Australian enquiries rank second after the US, 2015 should be Europe’s year according to Simon Henry, Co-CEO of Juwai. “What we are seeing on international property markets, in terms of the impact of the Chinese buyers, is just the tip of the iceberg," he said. [This article is available in print only]