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Beijing International Property & Investment Expo(Autumn)

From November 07, 2019 09:00 until November 10, 2019 17:00
At Beijing Exhibition Centre Address: Bei Jing Zhan Lan Guan, DongWuYuan, Xicheng Qu, Beijing Shi, China, 100044
+86-13801087331

http://www.beijingexhibition.com/Venue2.html

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Introduction

Beijing International Property & Investment Expo is the biggest exhibiting and trade fair for International Property in China. Our last Beijing International Property Expo included 340 projects from 35 countries and areas such as America, Canada, Australia, UK, New Zealand, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Cyprus, Greece, Finland, Netherlands, Germany, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, Thailand, Japan, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Latvia, Dubai, Malta, Slovakia, Hungary, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Hong Kong, Taiwan, etc.

According to the Credit Suisse’s latest report on global wealth on October 15, 2015, the US ($85.9 trillion), China ($22.8 trillion) and Japan ($19.8 trillion) are three countries with the largest wealth holdings globally. China’s middle class has become the world’s largest, the Swiss bank said: “In 2015, with 109 million, the Chinese middle class for the first time outnumbered that in the US at 92 million.” These high-net-worth individuals are increasingly looking for overseas far places to settle their assets. There are three key reasons for burgeoning outbound investment in real estate:

  • First, cooling domestic property markets. The Chinese government has taken actions to cool the overheated house market. The policies from tightened bank lending to home purchase restrictions have succeeded in reigning in soaring house prices.
  • Second, demand for emigration. At present, the large-scale air pollution, water, and food safety issues have become increasingly prominent in China mainland, almost half of the high-net-worth Chinese mainlanders were considering relocating to a more developed country in the next five years.
  • At last, the appreciation of the Chinese currency. The RMB has gained roughly 25% in value against the US dollar since May 2005 and exchange rates of RMB against JPY and Euro has gone in the same way. This long-term appreciation of the currency makes overseas properties cheaper and more attractive.

 

Exhibition Information

Venue: Beijing Exhibition Center, Beijing
Space: 9,000M2
Expected overseas exhibitors: 180 or more
Expected visitors: 30,000-38,000 ( free entry for visitors or RMB5/person depending on arrival time)
High net worth visitors: 8000 (Invitation only)
Exhibiting countries Autumn Expo:
America, Canada, Australia, UK, New Zealand, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Cyprus, Greece, Finland, Netherlands,
Germany, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, Thailand, Japan, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Latvia, Dubai, Malta, Slovakia, Hungary,
Saint Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Hong Kong, Taiwan, etc.
Totally about 240 projects from 35 countries and areas.

   

Exhibitor Profile
  • International Real Estate Developers & Agents

  • International Immigration (agents and law firms)

  • International Investment Consulting Firms

  • America EB5 Projects and Regional Center

  • Personal Financial Planning Consultants

  • State & Local Government / Associations / Chambers

 

Visitors Attractions

The show is dedicated to helping individuals and companies to:

  • look for property investment opportunities abroad and getting reliable information about real estate market prospects in different countries;

  • get to know about the new policy of emigration and new emigrate investing projects.

 

 

 

 
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Jessica
Exhibit Prices and visitor demographics
Geocon Pty Ltd is interested in having an exhibit at your upcoming expo. Could we please have the prices for an exhibit and the demographics of visitors attending the event. Thank you.

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