Chinese real estate calling for foreign investors

Nicholas Wallwork

Nicholas Wallwork

Editor-in-Chief
Staff member
Premium Member
In an ironic turn of fate the Chinese government has announced plans to relax the regulations covering real estate investment by foreign parties. When you bear in mind that Chinese investors have played a major role in real estate markets around the world, such as Australia, it is certainly a surprise to see the Chinese

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Trey

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It is true that Chinese government has a more relaxed requirement on foireign real estate investorr, for example Shanghai, the local buyers needs to fulfill at least 5 years social security in order to meet the buying requirement, but foreigner needs only 3 year income tax. And yet the bank interest rate is giving small discount on the BLR to foreigners.
 
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diyhelp

Active Member
I think the Chinese government has woken up to the growing outflow of investment funding from China to the rest of the world. There are obviously prospects in the Chinese real estate market but whether the government offers enough assistance and protection is a different matter. What do you think?
 
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diyhelp

Active Member
How will the Chinese real estate market perform in light of the ongoing Coronavirus? Of all the viruses of the last few years this one seems to have the potential to cause most damage and deaths. How will this impact real estate prices in China?
 
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Longterminvestor

Administrator
Interestingly, as China becomes an international pariah as a consequence of the coronavirus and conflict across the Indian border, how will Chinese real estate fair? Also, there must surely be a chance that the Chinese authorities will restrict the withdrawal of funds from China for investment in other countries. There could be a serious knock-on effect to the worldwide real estate market.
 
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