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Vermögende chinesische Privatanleger und Unternehmer investieren zunehmend in deutsche Immobilien wie Eigentumswohnungen, Mehrfamilienhäuser, Wohnanlagen, Büro- und Handelsobjekte, Hotels, etc.

Gekauft wird zur Kapitalanlage, zum Eigennutz (Kinder studieren in Deutschland) oder aber auch zur Erlangung eines dauerhaften und unbeschränkten Aufenthaltsrechts in Deutschland.

Als Berater arbeiten wir (mit mir zwei junge Chinesen) in China in Kooperation mit dem chinesischsprachigen Marktführerportal für internationale Immobilien und bedienen uns unseres eigenen, stetig wachsenden Vermittlernetzwerks in China.

Darüber hinaus beraten wir chinesische Kunden in Deutschland bei Fragen rund um die Immobilie.

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4 ways health is stimulating Chinese property appetite abroad

2016 saw healthcare trending as the topic that most interested China’s rich and wealthy, while sports came in a close second.1 Rising incomes have led to growing awareness on wholesome living in China, and many middle-class and affluent Chinese are increasingly embracing healthier lifestyles to meet their demands for a better life.2 The Chinese proverb... The post 4 ways health is stimulating Chinese property appetite abroad appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel a

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Juwai releases Chinese Global Property Investment Report!

For the first time ever, Chinese outbound property investment surpassed the $100 billion mark. 2016 saw Chinese real estate investors spending a record $101.4 billion on both residential and commercial properties globally – up 845% over the past five years, and a 25.4% growth from 2015. According to our recently released Chinese Global Property Investment... The post Juwai releases Chinese Global Property Investment Report! appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anz

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Chinese appetite for US real estate swells to $31.7 billion

Chinese bought a record $31.7 billion worth of US residential property between April 2016 and March 2017, a 16.1% increase from the preceding year.1 Despite capital controls being introduced by the Chinese government in late 2016, a latest report by US-based National Association of Realtors (NAR)1 indicate that the Chinese passion for American real estate... The post Chinese appetite for US real estate swells to $31.7 billion appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel an

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6 reasons Vietnam is set for a Chinese buyer boom

Chinese enquiries for Vietnam properties grew 442% y-o-y on Juwai.com between January and May 2017.1 We shed light on 6 factors fuelling Chinese investor interest in this rising Southeast Asian hotspot. #1 Vietnam’s Law on Residential Housing (LRH) change Vietnam real estate is hot property after the Vietnamese government passed game-changing new rules in 2015... The post 6 reasons Vietnam is set for a Chinese buyer boom appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anze

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CRS could spur Chinese overseas property demand – here’s how

Effective from 1 July 2017, China will adopt the OECD’s Common Reporting Standard (CRS), a Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FACTA)-type regime.1 Developed in response to a G20 request, the CRS’s objective is to protect the integrity of the international tax system by combating cross-border tax evasion.1 This means that from tomorrow onwards, China’s authorities... The post CRS could spur Chinese overseas property demand – here’s how appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamt

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CRS could spur Chinese overseas property demand – here’s how

Effective from 1 July 2017, China will adopt the OECD’s Common Reporting Standard (CRS), a Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FACTA)-type regime.1 Developed in response to a G20 request, the CRS’s objective is to protect the integrity of the international tax system by combating cross-border tax evasion.1 This means that from tomorrow onwards, China’s authorities... The post CRS could spur Chinese overseas property demand – here’s how appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamt

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Juwai reveals Chinese buyer sentiments on South Korea

Undeterred by recent anti-South Korean sentiments in China1, Chinese buyer enquiries for South Korean property surged 350 percent on Juwai.com in Q1 2017.2 The Chinese love for South Korea has been of epic proportions in recent years, thanks to K-pop, Korean dramas, and Korean fashion which has fuelled the Hallyu phenomenon (also known as the... The post Juwai reveals Chinese buyer sentiments on South Korea appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Why are Chinese so obsessed with buying property?

While home ownership remains elusive for most millennials around the world, 70% of China’s millennials (aged 19-36) are already proud property owners.1 These findings, revealed by a recent HSBC survey, puts China well ahead of the US (35%), UK (31%), and France (41%) in the home ownership rankings.1 The survey further revealed that millennials –... The post Why are Chinese so obsessed with buying property? appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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4 top trends to leverage in China’s overseas education rush

9.4 million – that's how many Chinese students who recently took China’s infamous gaokao (高考) exam.1 China’s notorious gaokao exam, or ‘National Higher Education Entrance Exam’, has been labelled the world’s toughest school exam, and for a good reason.2, 3 A two-day-long process exam for students in China, the gaokao exam is (usually taken in... The post 4 top trends to leverage in China’s overseas education rush appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Juwai releases Global Property Index Report Q3 2016

Q3 2016 saw housing prices rise y-o-y in 28 out of 45 housing markets that published housing statistics. We analyse our latest Juwai Global Property Index (GPI) Report, which is specially tailored to equip Chinese property buyers with research for their property investment hunt abroad, and share the strongest-performing housing markets in the third quarter... The post Juwai releases Global Property Index Report Q3 2016 appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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3 biggest challenges Chinese face when buying property abroad

73% of Chinese buyers spent less than 6 months of property research before purchasing in 2016, according to our Juwai Chinese Consumer Survey 2017.1 Another 11% said they purchased within 6-11 months1, which makes Chinese buyers to be pretty fast movers last year. This year, despite tightened foreign exchange rules in China and a series... The post 3 biggest challenges Chinese face when buying property abroad appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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3 ways Macron’s election win could boost Chinese interest in France

Emmanuel Macron is the next President of France, and his landslide win bodes well for ties with China. France is already a hotspot for Chinese, with 2016 bringing in over 2 million Chinese visitors to France, as well as $4.16 billion worth of investments from mainland companies.1 That’s because France is one of China’s most... The post 3 ways Macron’s election win could boost Chinese interest in France appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Golden Visas, and Europe’s growing allure for Chinese buyers

2016 saw Chinese real estate investors pumping $17.4 billion into European commercial property, triple the $6.4 billion recorded in 2015.1 Furthermore, this growing emphasis on Europe’s appeal as a commercial real estate hotspot and prime investment location is spilling over onto Europe's residential property, which is also seeing a marked increase in Chinese buyer interest.... The post Golden Visas, and Europe’s growing allure for Chinese buyers appeared first on List Juwai.

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How would Brexit impact Chinese property investors?

China-UK investment accelerated to $12.36 billion in 2016, a strong indication that Chinese investors remain undaunted by a looming Brexit. Following the June 2016 Brexit vote, UK assets were so appealing that Chinese investors pumped $8.57 billion worth of investment into the UK during H2 2016, dwarfing the $3.78 billion invested in H1 2016, as... The post How would Brexit impact Chinese property investors? appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Here's why domestic restrictions are driving Chinese buyers abroad

Chinese buyers bought a record ¥9.9 trillion ($1.4 trillion) worth of real estate in China, up 36.1% y-o-y.1 That goes to show how much value Chinese place on property, which has long been considered as one of the safest and most favoured choice of investment for most Chinese. The Chinese passion for owning property is... The post Here's why domestic restrictions are driving Chinese buyers abroad appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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9 reasons why Seattle is firing up Chinese buyer interest

2016 saw Chinese buyer enquiries for Seattle rising 83% y-o-y on Juwai.com, following a 118% y-o-y increase in 2015.1 Seattle has seen an enduring surge in popularity with Chinese property investors in recent years, but what lies behind this lasting fascination with America’s 3rd-best tech city2 that saw it surpass New York City to become... The post 9 reasons why Seattle is firing up Chinese buyer interest appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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5 tips to better tailor your property tour for Chinese buyers

60% of China’s high net worth individuals (HNWIs) intend to buy overseas property within the next three years.1 For international brokers and agents around the world, that could be music to their ears, especially with the upcoming Dragonboat Festival long weekend at the end of May that could herald yet another wave of Chinese flying... The post 5 tips to better tailor your property tour for Chinese buyers appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Alibaba, BMW, and the secret to successfully engaging Chinese buyers

Having raked in $4.84 trillion in sales last year1, China’s retail market now reigns as the world’s largest.2 Chinese consumer’s spending power have reached new heights, and the $4.8 trillion spent last year – a 9.6% y-o-y increase1 – is now propelling a growing focus on customer experience to differentiate from the competition.   Leveraging... The post Alibaba, BMW, and the secret to successfully engaging Chinese buyers appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzei

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10 ways to build better trust with Chinese property buyers

$225 billion – that’s how much Chinese buyers are projected to spend on international property between now and 2025.1 With so much at stake, it’s no surprise that international agents and brokers are scrambling to secure their slice of the pie. However, those wanting to stake a claim onto the $225 billion would first need... The post 10 ways to build better trust with Chinese property buyers appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Chinese investors unfazed by EB-5 uncertainties – here’s why

Despite lingering uncertainties surrounding the EB-5, Chinese investors are still keen on the US.1 Chinese already account for 90% of EB-5 visas issued by the US government2, and although the EB-5 visa scheme is currently facing a possible demise or price hike after the 28 April 2017 deadline3, Chinese have remained steadfast in their desire... The post Chinese investors unfazed by EB-5 uncertainties – here’s why appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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3 ways Chinese buyers are adapting to China’s new capital rules

Despite tightened money transfer policy effective 1 January 2017, Chinese overseas property buyers remain undeterred.1 Although the policy tightening was meant to curb the overseas property investment binge, Chinese buyer views have shown robust growth for top destinations on Juwai.com in February 2017, especially rising investment destinations like Thailand and Malaysia, which grew 89.3% and... The post 3 ways Chinese buyers are adapting to China’s new capital rules appeared

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Will Xi Jinping’s visit drive a Chinese buyer boom to Florida?

Florida has been on a winning streak with Chinese buyers lately, and China President Xi Jinping’s visit may just extend that streak. The Chinese President will reportedly meet US President Donald Trump in Florida for a two-day summit on 6 and 7 April 2017 at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate – referred to by Trump as the... The post Will Xi Jinping’s visit drive a Chinese buyer boom to Florida? appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Juwai and Sotheby’s release Chinese buyer insights report on Canada

Where are Chinese investors looking in Canada, and what’s driving Chinese to buy there? Knowledge is power, as they say, and for anyone wanting to succeed with Chinese buyers, it’s essential that they understand the Chinese mindset. With that in mind, Juwai recently teamed up with Sotheby’s International Realty Canada to release the “China to... The post Juwai and Sotheby’s release Chinese buyer insights report on Canada appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeig

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New PR visa rules could fire up Chinese demand for Japan property

Chinese will now be able to become Japan permanent residents in just under one year.1 The Japan government has just made it possible for foreigners to gain permanent residency in just one year, and this could mean a new wave of Chinese buyers in Japan. Effective March 2017, highly skilled and educated foreign professionals are... The post New PR visa rules could fire up Chinese demand for Japan property appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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Could Turkey be the next investment hotspot for Chinese buyers?

A new Golden Visa player has now emerged in Europe, and this time, it’s Turkey. Buoyed by the success of the Golden Visa investment immigration programmes in other parts of Europe, Turkey has rolled out a new investor visa scheme that may just be the right cup of tea for Chinese real estate buyers. Turkey... The post Could Turkey be the next investment hotspot for Chinese buyers? appeared first on List Juwai. Gesamten Artikel anzeigen

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