Property Observer
/ Property Observer

FIRB study fails to link foreign buyers to high residential price growth

A recent paper by Australia's Department of Treasury showed that foreign buyers were not to blame for the housing price surge in Australia, reports the Property Observer (5 December 2016).... 继续阅读 >

/ Bloomberg

Vancouver housing tax pushes Chinese to $1 million Seattle homes

Vancouver's recent foreign property tax triggers a wave of Chinese buyers rushing to buy Seattle property, reports Bloomberg (4 December 2016). This is thanks to the fact that Seattle is... 继续阅读 >

The Australian
/ The Australian

Locals drive sharp rise in values amid 'marginal' foreign effect

A recent Australian Treasury report recently found that foreign property buyers only contributed marginally to the housing price surge in Australia, reports The Australian (4 November 2016). According to the... 继续阅读 >

The Sunday Times
/ The Sunday Times

Romania: Counting upwards

Real estate prices in Romania is now on the rise, thanks to a new vibrant economy and low interest rates, reports The Sunday Times (4 December 2016). Prices fell more... 继续阅读 >

Property Observer
/ Property Observer

Where is Sydney's real Chinatown?'s Gavin Norris

Sydney's Chinatown is no longer in Haymarket but in the Upper North Shore, writes Head of Australia Gavin Norris on Property Observer (4 December 2016). While Haymarket – still... 继续阅读 >

Financial Review
/ Australian Financial Review

Tasmanian real estate on China's radar after Xi Jinping visit

Searches on Tasmanian real estate out of China have more than doubled since China’s President Xi Jinping visited the island state on 19 November 2014, reports the Australian Financial Review... 继续阅读 >

Property Observer
/ Property Observer

Foreign investment has pushed prices down, not up: Q&A with's Simon Henry

Foreign investment is very good for Australia as it adds supply which keeps prices low, says Simon Henry, Co-CEO of in a recent interview with Property Observer (1 December... 继续阅读 >

boston globe
/ The Boston Globe

What likely won't change under Trump: Foreign investment in Boston

While Donald Trump has promised to change the rules of global trade as the US President, he is unlikely to change overseas investment in US real estate, reports The Boston... 继续阅读 >



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