Australia is attracting almost twice the amount of Asian investment as Europe, with a mounting wave of Singaporean interest boosting inflows to $22 billion.
The real challenges posed by the growing flow of mainland Chinese money into local real estate are about probity, not prices.
More than one of five of WA’s foreign property investors are buying with an eye to redevelopment — the highest percentage in the country.
Are overseas buyers really to blame for Australia’s astronomically high house prices?
A conversation with a Melbourne real estate developer earlier this year turned unexpectedly to his dislike of Chinese investors. What? Surely he'd welcome Asian…
The demand from overseas investors for Australian office, retail and industrial properties has pushed the total sales to close to $11 billion in the past three …
Property investors bypassing the correct channels are making it hard for Australian people to buy properties, it has been reported.
Some of the increase in foreign demand for Australian housing may have spilled over into price increases, especially for higher-priced dwellings, according to t…
Chinese and Canadian buyers command the biggest share of the market.