Trump’s latest trade tariffs on China could drive up home prices, experts warn

President Donald Trump’s administration this week imposed another round of trade tariffs worth some $200 billion on Chinese goods, and now homebuilders say they’re worried

Have Chinese clients? Then this Mandarin-speaking robot could be just what you need

One of China’s largest international real estate websites, Juwai.com, is teaming up with a technology firm to offer new Mandarin-speaking robots for real estate agents to use with their Chinese clients.

MIAMI bids to attract more Chinese buyers

In a bid to capitalize on Chinese investor’s growing interest in Florida’s real estate market, the Miami Association of Realtors (MIAMI) has forged a partnership with Juwai, one of the largest international property search portals in China

Chinese firm 3-D prints an earthquake-proof home

3-D printing has already had an impact on the housing industry, with prefabricated homes being created at factories and assembled on-site. But now, a new startup has come up with an even more novel approach – it’s printing homes in their entirety, and it’s doing so on-site.

Investing in Chinese real estate

China’s real estate market has always been hugely volatile, but it remains packed with incredible potential: expats can expect to earn up to $300,000 per year there, and that’s more than in any other country.

China’s Melting Real Estate Market

It was only months ago that construction cranes were jokingly referred to as China’s national bird. But not any more. After almost two decades of steadily increasing prices and relentless construction activity, China’s longest running bull market appears to have ended. Prices for both older and new apartment are retreating. New housing starts plummeted almost

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Elections, Real Estate, Jobs, and Sucking Sounds

What can American’s expect their next president to do about the sagging real estate industry? Most experts on the subject would say, nothing. Neither President Obama, nor hopeful Senator Mitt Romney seems to care much about foreclosures or even a resurgence of the market.

China Real Estate Market Instability 2012

In news from Bloomberg, via Newsweek, China real estate market exchange trembled at the news the country’s largest real estate developer’s January figures. According to the news, shares of companies with listings on the market dropped by as much as 2%.

China To Continue Harsh Property Measures Through 2012

China’s government has announced that it intends to plough onwards with its harsh property regulations in the New Year, as it strives towards its goal of making homes more affordable for its citizens. Continuation of such regulations is likely to result in further declines in the number of sales in the country, experts have said.

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China Property Market Cools

In news from Bloomberg this morning, the risks of buying property in China are apparently far outweigh benefits. A cautionary tale about Asia real estate now, after months and months of hype directed at that market, does not shine hope on a world market clearly in stagnation. The report from Bloomberg points to the potential of bank failures in China, should large property funds default.

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