Chinese investors and real estate professionals alike are curious over property investment prospects under a Trump presidency, reports Property Observer (26 February 2017). Gavin Norris, Head of Australia at says he is constantly asked about Trump, and offers three virtal insights to note when managing property investments in a Trump era. According to Norris, the first rule is to buy dependable value – be strategic and play it safe with a long-term investment in suburbs that have good access to transit, shopping, and quality schools. Secondly, be on the lookout for opportunities amidst any confusion created by Trump, such as seeking buying opportunities where price has suffered, but which look likely to revert to trend in the medium term. Thirdly, look towards Asia, as China is not only home to the world's largest total population, but also to the world's biggest middle class and the world's most numerous ultra-high-net-worth demographic. Already, the Chinese market has reigned as the biggest property investors in Australia, the US, Canada, the UK, New Zealand, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, and many other countries, so if you work in the property industry, then a China strategy is absolutely essential.