Aerial view of the historical centre of Lisbon from the Castle of Saint George. The golden visa scheme has turned Portugal into a hot market for Chinese investors. Photo: Shutterstock Aerial view of the historical centre of Lisbon from the Castle of Saint George. The golden visa scheme has turned Portugal into a hot market for Chinese investors. Photo: Shutterstock
Aerial view of the historical centre of Lisbon from the Castle of Saint George. The golden visa scheme has turned Portugal into a hot market for Chinese investors. Photo: Shutterstock

Chinese property buyers sharpen focus on Portugal and Singapore, shun four spots troubled by geopolitical risks

  • Chinese buyers have rushed for homes in Lisbon to beat year-end deadline under Portugal’s ‘golden visa’ scheme; topped foreign purchases of flats in Singapore
  • They have withdrawn from markets in the US, UK, Australia and Japan over the past two to three years since political ties worsened

Topic |   Property investment
Aerial view of the historical centre of Lisbon from the Castle of Saint George. The golden visa scheme has turned Portugal into a hot market for Chinese investors. Photo: Shutterstock Aerial view of the historical centre of Lisbon from the Castle of Saint George. The golden visa scheme has turned Portugal into a hot market for Chinese investors. Photo: Shutterstock
Aerial view of the historical centre of Lisbon from the Castle of Saint George. The golden visa scheme has turned Portugal into a hot market for Chinese investors. Photo: Shutterstock
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