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Chinese investors, facing new regulations, shift focus from Vancouver to Toronto

A crackdown on foreign buyers in British Columbia has Chinese investors looking east for other opportunities in Canada, with...

Foreigners emerge as the new heavyweights in China’s commercial property market

Foreign investors in China’s commercial property market are on a buying spree as high borrowing costs restrain domestic investors....

It’s not all about luxury: Chinese buyers now scooping up lower-priced homes

While Chinese companies continue their retreat from commercial real estate in the U.S., it’s a different story when it...

Chinese investors sold $1B in US real estate in Q3

Chinese investors keep retreating from the U.S. real estate market. They offloaded more than $1 billion in U.S. properties...

Chinese investor appetite for US property is waning. In that, some see opportunity.

The Chinese capital that fueled the purchase of luxury apartments and large office buildings from coast to coast in...

National Cheat Sheet: Flooding threats hurting coastal home prices, CBRE gets into coworking … & more

Concerns over flooding and climate change hurting pricing of coastal homes Homes in coastal areas with high flooding risks have appreciated slower than inland...

Malaysia bans foreign buyers at $100B Chinese-backed development

Malaysia is banning foreign buyers from purchasing homes in a new $100 billion development, the latest in a string...

Brexit isn’t stopping foreign buyers from scooping up London office buildings

Investors are flocking to London — Brexit be damned. Foreign buyers spent more on commercial property in the city...

The death of the all-cash Chinese buyer

Late last year, Steven Ho saw alarm bells on social media: The Chinese government was gearing up for a major crackdown on foreign investment, and on messaging platforms such as WeChat and Line, Ho’s friends...

Kiwis only: New Zealand bans foreigners from buying homes

The median home price in New Zealand has surged more than 57 percent since 2010 and now the Kiwi...

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