Chinese are second-largest group of foreign investors buying US real estate

New York

The Chinese are now the second-largest foreign investors in U.S. real estate after Canadians, spending $9 billion from March 2011 to March 2012. 

Chinese citizens are looking overseas for better investment properties and the US is a preferred destination.  This is driven by th...

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Houston is becoming an attractive real estate market for China

New York

For decades, China has influenced Houston’s economy through investments across multiple business sectors, cultural and scientific exchanges — and even basketball games.

Chinese immigrants have helped mold areas of the city into their present form, driving commerce and perman...

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Chinese purchasing US homes with cash

New York

Based on statistics published by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Chinese buyers spent $12.3 billion on US real estate over the 12 months ending March 31 2013. This is 18% of all the money foreigners spent in real estate purchases in the USA.

When Alice Zhang of California no...

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Nevada Realtors embrace new opportunities with foreign buyers

International real estate buyers

Rose Manalo only received her Nevada real estate license in 2010 but she soon met a Canadian couple hoping to buy an investment property. She successfully closed the deal.

Manalo was among the many real estate agents who attended the global real estate workshop co-hosted by the Greater...

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CBRE forecast: Chinese to buy more and more US real estate

New York

Based on a report published by CB Richard Ellis, a large global real estate firm, rich Chinese will spend billions on US real estate over the coming years. It is clear that the United States is the country of choice for China buyers. Canada and Australia come in at No. 2 and No. 3 respectively.>>Read More

Rich Chinese increasingly invest in foreign real estate

Chinese real estate buyers in US

Based on a report by China Merchants Bank and the consulting firm Bain & Co., China's richest citizens are investing more and more in U.S. real estate in order to preserve their wealth.

Attitudes of Chinese investors are being influenced by "the political environment and possible ch...

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