We talk to Dr. Joseph Wang, an expert at China’s capital flows, to find out how people are circumventing the rules to buy real estate.
China’s capital outflows continued to rise, and expect that number to accelerate soon as new anti-money laundering measures are rolled out.
Don’t expect Mainland Chinese real estate investors to make it rain in 2017. At least, not to the extent they did last year.
Domestic real estate investment in China is dropping, and government cooling measures are expected to flood inventory soon.
China’s largest buyer of international real estate just got yuan blocked. Here’s what went down at Anbang, and how it will impact the market.
Love it or hate it, but don’t expect to see the flood of Mainland Chinese real estate buyers you saw this time last year.
Turns out Canadian and American millennials are finding the pursuit of homeownership a little more difficult than their Chinese counterparts.
China’s FX reserves hit a five month high, and real estate markets dependent on Mainland Chinese buyers are noticing the lack of spending.
Still waiting for foreign buyers? Because the founders of Juwai, China’s largest international property portal have just cashed out, so…
Did foreign buyers run the Canadian real estate market in March? Not likely, since China saw another month of capital inflows, not outflows.