This Chinese New Year (27 January – 2 February), get ready for more than 6 million Chinese outbound travellers to be heading your way.1
2016 saw approximately 6 million Chinese spending ¥90 billion ($13.13 billion) overseas during the Lunar New Year Golden Week holidays2, and 2017 promises to be bigger than ever, thanks to relaxed...
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Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival or Lunar New Year, is the biggest and most important Chinese festival celebrated by Chinese worldwide.
For those marketing property to Chinese real estate investors, this is a significant festive period to heed and leverage. How much do international agents and real estate professionals really understand about...
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10,000 EB-5 visas are issued in the US each year, 90% which goes towards applicants from China.1
With the EB-5 immigrant investor program being dominated by Chinese, Donald Trump’s new administration will be under close watch by thousands of Chinese investors who are waiting to see what Trump will do to the EB-5 Investor Visa...
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92% of Chinese consumers plan to travel internationally in 2017 – nearly half who intend to property hunt during their trips abroad.
To better understand the travel plans of Chinese buyers over Chinese New Year and throughout 2017, as it relates to their overseas property purchasing intentions, we conducted a survey with 120 Chinese respondents...
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With Chinese buyers being a force to reckon with in international real estate markets, how will Chinese outbound property investment fare in 2017?
We take a look at 3 key things to note on Chinese homebuying abroad amidst rising attention on China, ranging from its policies and reforms to its economic growth and currency strength....
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According to Hurun Report, 60% of China’s rich and wealthy plan to invest in overseas property within the next three years.1
Seeing as Chinese HNWIs are estimated to allocate 24% of their wealth to real estate investment2, this bodes well for international property markets indeed.
The biggest question, though, is where will Chinese buyers invest...
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We’ve teamed up with Chinese internet goliath Tencent to launch a new global real estate marketplace for Chinese buyers and sellers.
This partnership, which comes amidst insatiable Chinese demand for international property that has boomed in recent years, looks set to benefit both Tencent and Juwai users alike.
Serving as a one-stop shop for Chinese...
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Amidst a year of stunning surprises and momentous changes, 2016 proved to be yet another milestone year for China.
While unexpected political events dominated 2016, our prediction of steady growth in investment and consumer demand from China played out to great effect. We take a retrospective look at the year, and share our 13 stand-out...
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550% – that’s how much Chinese buyer enquiries for Malaysian properties surged on Juwai.com in August 2016.
Following the MH370 flight disaster in 2014 that saw a sharp decline in Chinese arrivals, the Malaysian government has ramped up efforts to woo Chinese visitors.
From offering visa-free entry for Chinese from early 2016 till end 2017,...
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We’re ushering in the new year with our revamped Juwai Mobile app that enables Chinese buyers to hunt for international property even easier than before!
Here’s a quick sneak peek at what our new Juwai Mobile update will offer:
#1 More intuitive homepage with added exposure
We’ve added a slider to promote...
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We're ringing in 2017 with you and working all through the holidays!
Even as you wind down for the holidays, we're gearing up here in China as Chinese begin planning for their Golden Week travels this Chinese New Year, which kicks off on 28 January 2017.
Chinese travelling abroad this 2017 Lunar New Year Golden...
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The US continues to be a hit with Chinese real estate buyers, many who seems to be undeterred by a Trump Presidency for the next four years.
The US has reigned as the most popular investment destination for Chinese buyers on Juwai.com for the past three years, and its reigning streak looks set to continue....
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The Chinese government has stepped up scrutiny of domestic companies’ overseas deals following a record USD530.9 billion worth of outbound investment1 YTD in September (vs. USD209 billion in 2015).2
The government aims to cultivate orderly and healthy development of overseas investment by managing corporate investment more closely, while still encouraging overseas expansion through initiatives, such...
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6 million Chinese travelled overseas during Chinese New Year 2016, spending an estimated ¥90 billion ($13 billion) abroad.1
Given the 4.3% growth in outbound tourists from China tracked in H1 20162, one can expect a larger outflow of globetrotting Chinese travellers for 2017, especially considering that China is slated to soon become the most important...
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London will soon be home to Western Europe’s tallest residential tower, and it’s being built by a Chinese developer.1
Shanghai-based Greenland Group – China’s third most profitable real estate developer2 – recently unveiled its Spire London project3, and while Greenland has invested $13.9 billion in a range of projects across the world by the end...
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Chinese buyers will put an estimated USD 220 billion into overseas property by 2025.1
However, while education, emigration, and lifestyle opportunities are driving property sales abroad, Chinese buyers put safety at the top of their agenda when making a purchase.
Safety is a multi-faceted concept for Chinese investors that covers a whole range of factors,...
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Chinese tourists are forecasted to spend $422 billion overseas annually by 2020.1
This projected leap from the $229 billion lavished in 20152 has made governments around the world sit up and take notice, with many leveraging this highly lucrative market by making it easier than ever for Chinese travellers to apply for visas.
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$20 billion – that’s how much Alibaba’s Singles’ Day is expected to rake in tomorrow in terms of sale.1
Singles’ Day – the world’s largest retail event which generated a whopping $14.3 billion in sales last year in a single day – kicks off in China on 11 November. Popularly known as ‘双十一’ (which means...
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In 2010, 50% of China’s urban households still lived in low-quality housing built before 1998.1
Today’s Chinese expect better, thanks to their booming wealth in recent years and China's rapidly growing middle-class population, which has led to more discerning and sophisticated Chinese property investors who are the backbone behind China’s roaring real estate market.
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Hong Kong recently increased their stamp duty on foreign buyers from 15% to 30%.1
This not only means it’s now more expensive for non-residents to buy property in the city, but also means that Chinese buyers – who long have considered Hong Kong a notable playground for them – will now be casting their eyes...
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Is Clinton or Trump better for Chinese property investment in the US?
We asked 504 Chinese real estate investors and 416 US real estate agents or professionals in our Juwai US Presidential Election Survey to find out, and this is what we discovered.
Interestingly, Chinese consumers and American industry real estate professionals have diverging views...
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Ronald Reagan once said, “Trust, but verify.” That's especially true today for international buyers – 90% of whom begin their property search online.
So, being able to trust the online property platform from which they're searching for property to invest is essential.
Chinese buyers must feel comfortable in believing the information provided on the website...
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340 million – that’s the forecasted China’s greying demographic aged 60 and above by 2030.1
That’s an increase of 175 million from the current count of 165 million Chinese retirees1 a figure that not only exceeds the current population of the US2, but also makes them an emerging force in global property markets that will...
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By 2020, over 800,000 Chinese are expected to head overseas for medical and healthcare treatments.1
Driven by an increasingly ageing population, more and more Chinese are now factoring healthcare into their outbound investment strategies.
60,000 Chinese are estimated to head overseas for medical and healthcare treatments each year.2
With Chinese outbound medical tourism now rapidly...
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