With a series of wins in the first half of 2013, Juwai.com has further cemented its leadership position as the No. 1 Chinese international property portal.
Juwai.com now advertises 2.4 million listings in 53 countries to an exclusive monthly audience of 1 million potential Chinese-speaking buyers. That makes the Shanghai-based company by far the dominant leader in its category.
It draws 82% of its users from China and 18% from global Chinese communities. Its multilingual sales and accounts team works with real estate agents and property developers on every continent.
As the only property portal hosted on both sides of the Great Firewall of China, Juwai.com’s pages load quickly and reliably for users, no matter their location.
Despite the millions of listings on the site, fully half of its content is editorial and informational. This consists of news stories, market reports, buying guides, emigration and investment guides – all prepared by a professional, in-house editorial team.
In the last month, more than 30 articles about Juwai.com have appeared in the Chinese media. It has been quoted and written about by other Chinese leaders like SouFun – the top domestic Chinese property portal– and Sina.com –the country’s most popular online news source.
World media also have embraced Juwai.com as the authority on Chinese international residential property investment. Forbes has written three stories featuring Juwai.com. The Wall Street Journal, two.
And the world’s paper of record, The New York Times, focused on Juwai.com for a cover story in a recent Sunday Real Estate section. Times reporter C. J. Hughes reported on the widening pool of upper-middle-class Chinese buying property in New York City.
Tribeca? Midtown? The Upper East Side? No, the New York area that is seeing the most Chinese interest is Queens, even though it has been called a “borough of airports.”
The Australian Financial Review, which some observers call the Financial Times of Australia, gave Juwai.com a front-page feature profile.
Similar coverage of Juwai.com has appeared just in the past month in the Edinburgh Evening News, Dallas News, South China Morning Post, GlobalAsia, Vocativ, the Herald Sun, PropertyObserver, the Townsville Bulletin and the Sydney Morning Herald.
Other coverage has appeared in the same time period in the Newcastle Herald, Townsville Bulletin, Real Estate Business, Sunday Star Times of New Zealand, The Age of Melbourne and BRW magazine. For the full list, see the company’s press page.
Queens only a hop across the East River to Manhattan
Edited by Gordana Davila