your investment property
/ Your Investment Property

Foreign investment rules violations mostly found in Victoria

The number of residential properties owned by foreign nationals who broke investment rules has increased, with over half of the breaches linked to homes in Victoria. increased foreign stamp duty... 继续阅读 >


Queensland Times
/ Queensland Times

Foreign buyers still like Queensland

The figure is almost unchanged from 18 per cent in 2016/17. It's a different story nationally, with the number of residential real estate approvals peaking in 2015/16 at 40,000, with... 继续阅读 >


mailonline
/ Mail on Sunday

Foreign investment in Australian real estate plunges as Beijing-based millionaires buy fewer homes

Foreign investment in Australian residential real estate has plummeted by 83 per cent in the last two financial years. Despite the overall numbers being down China still leads the world... 继续阅读 >


the nation
/ The Nation

Chinese investors fuelling Thailand's property market

Chinese investors have become an important driver of Thailand's property market, particularly condominiums in Bangkok. According to Juwai.com, a popular website for international property listings, Thailand topped the list of... 继续阅读 >


The South China Morning Post
/ South China Morning Post

New Zealand bans Huawei, China has message for New Zealand

The New Zealand government had to mend bridges and have a clear stance on foreign investment, he said, also pointing to the country's move last year to ban most foreigners... 继续阅读 >


one roof
/ One Roof

China's rush to buy Aussie homes could boost NZ house prices

Australia is selling off natural resources, farmland and property to China at a 'crazy' rate – putting us at risk of becoming the '24th province' of the East Asian behemoth... 继续阅读 >


mailonline
/ Daily Mail

Urgent warning over 'insatiable Chinese appetite' for Australian property

A real estate expert has warned about the dangers of 'crazy' Chinese buyer interest in Australian property. Doug Driscoll, the CEO of award-winning real estate group Starr Partners, fears if... 继续阅读 >


The New Zealand Herald
/ New Zealand Herald

Australia needs to have foreign ownership conversation - expert

Australia is selling off natural resources, farmland and property to China at a 'crazy rate' putting us at risk of becoming the '24th province' of the East Asian behemoth. Real... 继续阅读 >


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