The rush for real estate is offering some support for Asian property markets hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Getty ImagesThe rush for real estate is offering some support for Asian property markets hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
The rush for real estate is offering some support for Asian property markets hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Getty Images

Rich Chinese eye luxury properties from Singapore to Sydney, ahead of anticipated weaker yuan

  • As coronavirus restrictions ease, wealthy Chinese buyers are making a move in property hotspots like Shanghai, Seoul and Sydney
  • In Singapore, virtual tours and photos have been enough to seal multimillion dollar deals, pointing to how transactions are evolving
Topic |   Asia housing and property
The rush for real estate is offering some support for Asian property markets hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Getty ImagesThe rush for real estate is offering some support for Asian property markets hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
The rush for real estate is offering some support for Asian property markets hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Getty Images
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