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    Chinese investors generated a record $23 billion in investment into Europe during 2015.1 That’s nearly half of the US$51.6 billion (€46 billion) invested by Chinese in total between a span of 14 years from 2000-2014.2 Clearly, Chinese are increasingly seeing Europe as a lucrative investment destination but where are they heading? According to the Rhodium...
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    This year’s Cannes Film Festival has unveiled a slew of new movies that will see China remain the world’s most lucrative film markets. Even as mainland superstars – most noticeably Gong Li and Li Bingbing1 – followed the footsteps of past Cannes fashion and media darlings Fan Bingbing and Zhang Ziyi to make a big...
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    This year’s Cannes Film Festival has unveiled a slew of new movies that will see China remain the world’s most lucrative film markets. Even as mainland superstars – most noticeably Gong Li and Li Bingbing1 – followed the footsteps of past Cannes fashion and media darlings Fan Bingbing and Zhang Ziyi to make a big...
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    Chinese splashed out $2.23 billion on movie tickets during Q1 2016 – a 51% increase from Q1 2015.1 It's no wonder that China’s movie market is expected to be worth $10 billion by 2017. Clearly, the fast growth in this part of mainland’s lucrative consumer sector is showing no signs of abating, and this high-growth...
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    By 2025, Goldman Sachs predicts 220 million tourists from China will spend $450 billion annually.1 This makes Chinese one of the most lucrative targets in the global economy – a fact recognised by governments across the world that are loosening visa policies, introducing extended visas, simplifying application processes, and cutting fees in order to compete...
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    China is the world’s largest outbound tourist market1, yet only 4% of China’s population hold a passport.
    What’s more, this 4% alone lavishes nearly $200 billion each year abroad – more than any other country in the world.2
    And now, Goldman Sachs predicts 12% of China’s population will be passport bearers in ten years time2 – imagine the colossal impact worldwide when that happens.
     
    Chinese embark on explosive shopping spree abroad
    Interestingly to note, beyond their quest for experiential holidays, Chinese travellers are also significantly influenced by their shopping aspirations and preferences.
    This is because foreign consumables purchased overseas are wildly popular with Chinese due to the common mind-set that they are guaranteed to be authentic, and offer greater quality at lesser prices.3
    For instance, Chinese tourists in France are enamoured over French luxury and cosmetics brands4, while those visiting other parts of Europe have shown a marked penchant for buying luxury watches, Zwilling JA Henckels cookware, and Lamy pens.5
    Similarly, products featuring a “Made in USA” label are heavily favoured with Chinese6 – those travelling to the US tend to flock towards American luxury brands, skincare and cosmetics such as Benefit, Kiehls, and Clinique, and health supplements from GNC and Puritan’s Pride.5, 6
    In Japan, where Chinese tourists once made headlines for snapping up Japanese electronic-heated toilet seats, medication is the latest hot item for Chinese visitors to buy.8
    A study by the Japan National Tourist Agency revealed that 63% of Chinese visitors bought cosmetics and perfume, 55% bought food, spirits, and cigarettes, while 52% bought over-the-counter (OTC) medicines and toiletries last year.8 In fact, Chinese tourism expenditure in Japan soared by more than 200% last year.9
    All this boils down to one thing: Chinese want better quality at lower prices, and they are finding it overseas.
     
    Holiday hunting for overseas real estate
    Unsurprisingly, this want extends to property too, whereby more and more Fly n’ Buy Chinese are snapping up homes while holidaying abroad, as residential property overseas offer much more value for money.
    More importantly, where are China’s wealthy looking to invest in?
    According to Juwai Data, the top 10 countries most enquired by Chinese buyers on Juwai.com are the US, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, Thailand, Spain, Germany, Japan, and France.11

    Interestingly enough, six out of these 10 countries were featured on our last article about the top 10 holiday destinations for rich Chinese in 2016.
    This corroborates with Juwai research, which notes the Chinese trend of investing in homes in travel destinations they have fallen in love with.
     
    Banking on Chinese tourism wave
    Developers, companies, and corporate investors as well have deduced that the value of Chinese holidaymakers is too lucrative to ignore.
    From hotel to transportation to retailers, even Chinese developers and corporate investors are jumping on the bandwagon too. Where Chinese globetrotters are flocking to for holidays, that’s where they’re seeking to invest in hopes of tapping into the demand born from the massive surge of Chinese tourists.
    A prime example is Japan, where Shanghai-based Yuyuan Tourist Mart has just forked out 18.3 billion yuan to acquire part of a major ski resort in Hokkaido.9 The Greenland Group also recently partnered up with Laox – the largest duty-free chain in Japan – to purchase a commercial complex in Chiba for US$60 million.9
    In short, China’s outbound travelling boom is helping drive its offshore property investment as well – both residential and commercial.
    One thing’s for certain, as what Forbes hails as the “largest international tourism source market in terms of trips and spending”12, China’s outbound travellers will transform global tourism and real estate worldwide.
     
    3 tips to appeal more to Chinese buyers
    As Chinese outbound travellers grow in numbers, what can you, as a broker and real estate agent, do to tap into this opportunity that Chinese travellers provide? Here are three swift tips:
    Build brand awareness online: 80% of Chinese luxury consumers gain information on luxury brands online, of which 60% named WeChat and Weibo as their primary source of information.13 With property falling under the luxury purchase category, this means if you want Chinese buyers, first you must appear behind China’s Great Firewall to be seen online in front of them – and in the right channels.
      Shape to suit the market: This means adapting and localising your products, such as translating your website and listings into Mandarin. The Home Medicine Association of Japan has gotten it right – with Japan’s pharmacies becoming a must-see attraction for Chinese tourists, they’ve launched a Chinese-language website offering information on 80 products from 26 membership companies to cash in on the Chinese wave.8
      Understand Chinese mindset: Winning the hearts of well-heeled Chinese buyers require a better understanding of their needs beyond the basics. Gain in-depth insight into Chinese buying behaviour and preferences with Juwai IQ data service, which helps you customise the right product to match what they want in terms of location, intent, motivation, and budget. Need more tips to be more China-friendly? Here are 5 ways to China-proof your business.
     
     
    Sources: 1. China’s National Tourism Administration; 2. Goldman Sachs on Bloomberg; 3. World Travel and Tourism Council; 4. China Luxury Advisors; 5. Xinhua News Agency;  6. Fortune; 7. Hurun Report “China Ultra High Net Worth Report 2014-2015”; 8. SCMP; 9. SCMP; 10. Hurun Report “2015 Annual Chinese HNWIs Asset Allocation White Paper”; 11. Juwai Data, Q4 2015; 12. Forbes; 13. Bain & Company’s “2015 China Luxury Market Study"
    Quelle: juwai.com
  7. Arnd Uftring
    Did you know? The Mandarin language is commonly referred to as Pǔtōnghuà [普通话] in China, which literally translates to “Common Speech”. This is because Chinese is actually a macrolanguage, which includes many different languages and a vast mishmash of dialects, such as Yue (Cantonese), Hakka, Min (Hokkien), Gan, Xiang, Wu, and more.1   The roots...
    The post The power of Mandarin, China’s universal common speech appeared first on List Juwai.

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    If you thought a slower economic outlook for China meant weaker overseas investment, think again.
    Chinese companies invested $81.6 billion on overseas deals in January and February 2016, more than seven times the $11 billion in investment recorded in the same period in 2015.1
    And China’s real estate developers are playing their part in this record-breaking outflow, inking major deals such as Wanda’s investment in a €3.4 billion ($3.86 billion) project in France2 and Vanke's investment in a $120 million residential project in New York.3

    This marks a continuation of a trend that has seen Chinese developers invest a hefty $31.5 billion in 39 overseas property development projects between 2010 and 2015, according to the Heritage Foundation.4
    Without a doubt, Chinese developers remain a force to be reckoned with.
     
    Fast-expanding global footprint of China developers
    With operational footprints that are steadily enveloping the world, Chinese developers now boast global presences in 11 countries across the world – including the US, the UK, Australia, South Korea, and Italy.

    As with our previous lowdown on Chinese developers, the US continues to dominate as the cream of the crop, and has been an abiding favourite with Chinese developers over the past five years.
    Developers have targeted the US because it is incredibly popular with Chinese buyers due to a slew of reasons. Besides the attraction of investment hotspots like New York and California, its world-class education institutions, recent economic stability, diverse range of lifestyle and tourism opportunities, and last but not least, its already well-established and large Chinese communities are all major motivations behind the Chinese love for the US.
    Australia follows not far behind as an emerging favourite, which saw four new projects announced in 2015, close to a third of total announced projects during the year. This is partly due to the strength of the RMB in recent years, but also due to its improved connectivity to China5, its appeal as a tourism hotspot6, and its long-standing prowess as an option for top-quality overseas education.7
     
    Greenland reigns as most active Chinese developer
    In terms of amounts spent, Shanghai-based Greenland Group remains as the most aggressive investor abroad.
    That company has its sights set on becoming a truly global developer, and has aggressively marked out its future strategy by stating that it’s targeting 25% of total company sales from overseas property sales by 2025.8
    Like-minded competitors not far behind are both Dalian Wanda (seven overseas projects) and Fosun (four overseas projects), each representing investments of $4.6 billion and $1.7 billion, respectively.4 Furthermore, as developers’ footprints get wider, they are also diversifying more by investing in a wider array of overseas projects, such as:
    Hertsmere House, London9: Greenland’s residential project in the heart of London’s East End will be the tallest in Europe, measuring a whopping 790 sq. ft. high with 67 storeys and a total of 860 units. Trading on its location in the heart of Canary Wharf10 – a well-established business hub – Hertsmere House will also benefit from the soon-to-be completed Crossrail infrastructure project that is set to transform London’s cityscape.11
      Europa City, Paris12: Dalian Wanda’s next pet project is Europa City, a €3.1 billion ($3.53 billion) leisure and retail project being developed outside of Paris arm-in-arm with French multinational corporation Auchan Group. Featuring retail shopping centres, hotels, restaurants, and an indoor ski resort, Europa City will be completed in 202413 – befiting Wanda’s ambition of expanding and evolving from its real estate business into a global entertainment empire capable of rivalling Disney.14
      10th Avenue, Hell’s Kitchen, New York15: Xinyuan Real Estate has invested in a 90-unit New York-based condo tower project in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan. The project, Xinyuan’s second development in the US, will be targeted at dual-income families and upper-middle-class buyers from both the US and China. We say this is a savvy move, as Chinese buyers have a tendency to favour properties and projects built by Chinese developers, whom they perceive will better understand their requirements and lifestyles.16
     
    Many projects, one target
    Stretching to 11 countries and with $31.4 billion invested in total abroad4, mainland developers’ increasingly diverse development roster is, however, solely focused on one particular target – the fast-growing flow of outbound property investments and demand from Chinese buyers.
    This outflow of investment is making itself known in locations such as the US, where Chinese buyers invested a whopping $28.6 billion in 2015, as well as Vancouver in Canada, where 60% of detached home sales went to Chinese property investors in a six-month period between August 2014 to February 2015.17
    It’s one of the reasons behind both Dalian Wanda’s and Fosun’s decisions to step up their investments in consumer-centred projects, like Europa City and Club Med.
    Diversifying revenue streams also makes great business sense, particularly for mainland developers – China’s residential real estate market is highly cyclical, so it makes sense to develop other markets too.
     
    Growing competition for a huge market opportunity
    Increased interest from mainland developers means that competition for projects is ramping up. While this can be viewed as a threat to incumbent developers, this also represents an opportunity, since mainland developers are keener than ever to get involved with development projects.
    So much so, that partnerships with local players, such as Vanke’s recent tie-up with Slate Property Group and Adam America Real Estate in New York19, are becoming much more common.
    In sum though, developers’ burgeoning investment flows and expanding global footprints offer further confirmation that the market in China for overseas properties is by no means a flash in the pan.
    Case in point, Dalian Wanda. To demonstrate its faith in the market and its potential growth in this area, Dalian Wanda is targeting $30 billion in revenues from its overseas operations by 202020 – a four-fold increase from the $7.7 billion that it expects from its overseas investments in 2016.21
    And these same developers increasingly see their futures tied to outbound property investment from China.
     
     
    Sources: 1. Business Insider; 2.  Mingtiandi; 3. China Daily; 4: Heritage Foundation: China Investment Tracker; 5. Center for Aviation: China-Australia Aviation; 6. News.com.au; 7. Study in Australia; 8. Guandian.cn: 张玉良:绿地去年海外收入153亿 今年目标300亿; 9. East London Advertiser; 10. Knight Frank “Eastern Opportunity”; 11. City of London Corporation; 12. WSJ; 13. Mingtiandi; 14. Financial Times; 15. The Real Deal; 16. SCMP; 17. National Post; 18. WSJ; 19. China Daily; 20. Australian Financial Review; 21. Baidu: Wanda Group; 22. Wanda: 2015 Results;
    Quelle: juwai.com
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    Chinese buyers broke records worldwide with their property-shopping spree last year, but where exactly were they searching and investing in?
    We give you a quick lowdown on the latest top 10 picks of Chinese buyers in terms of countries and cities as viewed, searched, and enquired on Juwai.com in the last quarter of 2015.
     
    Top 10 countries favoured by Chinese buyers
    Once again, the US dominates as the #1 choice, followed by Australia, Canada, and New Zealand to round up the top four countries most viewed and enquired by Chinese buyers in Q4 2015.
    Now here is where it gets interesting. While Thailand and the UK took the fifth and sixth spots respectively on the list of most viewed countries, their positions were reversed when it came to Chinese buyer enquiries.
    Japan, Spain, and France had varying positions on both charts as well.
    Singapore, which was the tenth most viewed country by Chinese investors, slid off the list of most enquired countries to be replaced by Germany, which didn’t even make it to the first list.
    We explain why below.
     
    Chinese buyers, a fast-changing market
    As the world’s largest and fastest-growing group of international property investors, it’s vital to note that Chinese buyers are a fluid and fast-changing market.
    This is not to say that Chinese buyers are fickle or capricious. It’s just that Chinese are savvy investors, and often conduct their research well beforehand as well as throughout the whole investment process.
    From asking friends and families, to scouring the Internet and utilising the power of social media for information and recommendations, they then compile their research before making their final decision on which countries and cities to invest in.
     
    Top 10 cities searched by Chinese buyers
    Beyond country level, we delve deeper and share the top 10 cities most searched by Chinese property investors in the US, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and Europe on Juwai.com.
     
    United States (US)
    The Chinese love for the US comes in epic proportions, making the US the #1 destination not only for property investment, but also for education, medical, and emigration for many years.
    Spending $28.6 billion on American properties in total, the top five American cities most searched by Chinese buyers continued to be Los Angeles, New York City (NYC), San Francisco, Seattle, and Chicago.
    Houston, Boston, and Orlando climbed up the ranks though, while Irvine dropped from sixth to the ninth spot.
    More fascinating is that Detroit has clambered into the list – striking former San Diego (formerly in the ninth spot during Q3 2015) completely from the list.
     
    Australia
    The natural bounty of the Land Down Under has made it a constant favourite with Chinese buyers, even more so with the comparatively weak Aussie dollar against the Chinese yuan.
    Other drivers include Australia’s quality education, attractive lifestyle, low-risk business environment, and of course, it’s large and mature Chinese population.
    Even as Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane retained their top three spots, other cities are coming up fast. Perth overtook Gold Coast, while Adelaide was a non-mover at #6.
    Cairns and Canberra swapped spots to take the seventh and ninth spot respectively, while Newcastle and Sunshine Coast were two newcomers that replaced Launceston of Tasmania (former #8) and Toowoomba of Queensland (former #10).
     
    New Zealand
    Like Australia, New Zealand’s breathtakingly beautiful nature has stolen the hearts of plenty a Chinese buyer.
    Famed for its clean and healthy air and food, New Zealand’s popularity was further bolstered a few years ago when the famed Chinese reality show, “Where Are We Going, Dad?” (爸爸去哪儿), brought the cast to Rotorua in 2014.
    Where have Chinese buyers been eyeing in New Zealand though? Juwai Data sees Auckland, Christchurch, and Queenstown enduring as the top three cities searched by Chinese buyers.
    While Taupo and Oamaru each jumped to the fourth and fifth spot respectively, Wellington and Tauranga dropped to rank sixth and seven.
    Three new cities gaining Chinese buyer interest though, are Paihia, Wanaka, and Greytown – these three cities edged out Napier, Blenheim, and Waiheke Island to claim the remaining three spots on the top 10 list.
     
    United Kingdom (UK)
    Yet another perennial pick of Chinese property investors, the UK deserves to be mentioned on its own.
    Beyond its reputation for quality education and safe investment, the UK is also a popular due to several reasons: China President Xi Jinping’s state visit late last year, which led to a surge of Chinese interest in the UK and the British Monarchy, as well as TV dramas that have gained a massive fan base in the UK, such as Sherlock.
    London continues to reign as the choice destination for Chinese buyers. Manchester, Liverpool, and Birmingham garnered a surge in Chinese searches to hold the second, third, and fourth places, respectively.
    Former #2 Glasgow dropped to fifth place, while former #5 Brighton plunged five spots to be ranked tenth. Meanwhile, newcomer Oxford replaced Surrey (former #6) on the list, even as Edinburgh, Cambridge, and Leeds each rose slightly to claim the sixth, eighth, and ninth spots.
     
    Europe
    Elsewhere in Europe, notwithstanding the UK, Chinese buyers have increasingly shown interest in newer emerging markets – even in far-flung reaches of Europe, such as Russia.
    With the Chinese yuan staying strong against the Euro, we foresee Chinese investor interest to remain strong in Europe. Here are the 10 cities receiving much Chinese love lately.
    Berlin (Germany) held steady at the top, while Paris (France) and Athens (Greece) both rose by one spot in rankings to claim the second and third spots.
    Big jumpers were Amsterdam (the Netherlands) and Valencia (Spain), who both leapt three spots to be fourth and fifth on the list. Meanwhile, Barcelona (Spain) dropped two places to take the seventh spot, while Monaco rose slightly to take the sixth spot.
    Interestingly, former second-placed Pasphos (Cyprus) completely slid off the list, as well as former #6 Makarska (Croatia) and former #10 Ayia Napa (Cyprus). These cities were replaced by newcomers Vienna (Austria), Lisbon (Portugal), and Kabanskiy Rayon (Russia).
     
    Chinese eyeing emerging markets
    One thing is clear with all these changes listed above: Chinese buyers are increasingly diversifying in search of better opportunities and higher yields.
    From casting their eyes upon new or emerging markets to looking at fringe and tier-2 cities, Chinese investors are now adventurous and enterprising enough to give these housing markets a go.
    This is also a natural result as Chinese continue to evolve into becoming more sophisticated buyers and intrepid travellers. And as their world continues to open up, they begin to see investment opportunities abroad in a new light, and one can only wonder where the incessant Chinese demand for overseas properties would bring them to next.
    How would these rankings change in the next quarter? Where would be the new Chinese buyer hotspot? We'll keep you in the know with the next quarterly update.
    Quelle: juwai.com
     
     
  10. Arnd Uftring
    Whether you call it as football or soccer, the beautiful game is potentially set to become an industry worth $800 billion in China by 2025.1 While the rest of the world is hyped up on basketball season, China is in the grips of a football fever – thanks to the China national football team’s stunning...
    The post 10 reasons the beautiful game is primed for lift-off in China appeared first on List Juwai.

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    Juwai.com recently brought 24 international developers together with over 130 local Chinese developers and agents at the Juwai Global Developer Summit in China. Flying into Beijing from seven countries around the world, the international developers were quick to grasp the rare opportunity offered during the 3-day bespoke event to network and connect with local potential...
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    Chinesen sind aktive Internet Nutzer. In vorraussichtlich drei Jahren wird Chinesisch weitestgehend Englisch als Lingua Franca im Internet abgelöst haben. Heute sind,# 540 Millionen Chinesen im Internet, mit über 90 Millionen von ihnen suchen jeden Monat online nach Immobilien.

    Wie auch im Westen, ist die Immobiliensuche eines chinesischen Kunden geprägt durch das Internet. Für internationale Investitionen werden chinesische Kunden so viel Informationen wie möglich über ein Inserat, den Makler, das Land, Eigentum und Immobilien betreffende Gesetze, Immigration, Bildungsstandards und viele andere individuelle Kriterien im Internet sammeln.
      Sie bevorzugen berühmte Firmen (Chinesische oder westliche), oder Firmen, deren Professionalität und gute Reputation gut zu erkennen sind. Die meisten beraten sich mit Familienmitgliedern,both offline und online über social media, sodass Informationen in einer anderen Sprache selten beachtet werden.

    Einige chinesische Kunden werden früh Kontakt aufnehmen, während andere Zeit für Recherche Ihrer Firma benötigen, bevor sie sich wegen einer Immobilie an Sie wenden. Viele Chinesen warten auf ihr China Touristenvisum und rufen erst an, wenn sie am Flughafen sind.
  13. Arnd Uftring
    $6.5 trillion – that’s how much the China’s middle-class consumer market will be worth by 2020.1 Driven by a $2.3 trillion increase in consumption by China’s middle-class between now and 2020, China’s consumer spending is projected to outstrip developed markets by 2020 – surpassing expected growth in the US, Japan, Germany, the UK, and France....
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    $6.5 trillion – that’s how much the China’s middle-class consumer market will be worth by 2020.1 Driven by a $2.3 trillion increase in consumption by China’s middle-class between now and 2020, China’s consumer spending is projected to outstrip developed markets by 2020 – surpassing expected growth in the US, Japan, Germany, the UK, and France....
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    Für unsere chinesischen Kunden suchen wir Bestandsimmobilien mit non-recourse Finanzierung zur Übernahme
    gewerblich wohnwirtschaftlich Energieanlagen (WKA, etc.)
  16. Arnd Uftring
    China weist einige der wohlhabendsten Personen des Planeten auf, deren persönlicher Reichtum Staatshaushalte von mittelgroßen Staaten klein erscheinen lässt. Trotzdem liegt die wahre Kaufkraft bei über 63 Millionen Chinesen, deren Kapital und Einkommen Investitionen in internationale Immobilien ermöglicht.. Fast alle vermögenden chinesischen Kunden haben sich ihren Reichtum self-made. erarbeitet, Reiche Chinesen haben kein Kapital geerbt, offen gesagt, gab es bis vor ca. 20 Jahren nicht viel zu erben. Mit solchem Antrieb und Erfolg wollen chinesische Käufer ein besseres Leben für ihre Familien und begutachten die Chancen, die die Welt zu bieten hat.

    Lifestyle, Emigration, Investitionen und Bildung sind die allgemeinen Motive für das chinesische Handeln im globalen Immobilienmarkt..

    Immobilien sind die beliebtesten Investitionsobjekte.Sie gelten als stabile Anlage und suggerieren Wohlstand und den hohen eigenen Status. Die Möglichkeit Immobilien in China zu besitzen besteht erst seit ca. 18 Jahren. Seit dem erfuhr China einen Immobilienboom, den die Welt vorher so noch nicht gesehen hatte.

    Der chinesische Käufer hat jetzt ein Auge auf internationale Immobilien geworfen.
  17. Arnd Uftring
    Hier entsteht in den nächsten Tagen ein Blog zum Thema Chinesische Investoren in Deutschland. Im Fokus sind zum einen chinesische Investoren aus China aber auch solche, die bereits in Deutschland leben.
    Bei Fragen vorab gerne per Nachricht oder hier als Antwort.
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