With 25-year experience on exhibition, Beijing International Property & Investment Expo ("BIPIE" for short in the following) is the largest expo of overseas real estate in China. BIPIE is held twice every year in both spring and autumn, devoted to build a comprehensive service platform for all the overseas exhibitors who offer real estate, land, immigration investing projects, international luxury theme tourism, international study or training, overseas medical check-up to the wealthy Chinese market.


2017 Beijing International Property Investment and Immigration Expo / Spring has been successfully held during April 13th-16th, including 140 projects from more than 30 countries in the Americas, Asia, Europe, Australia, etc. The expo has provided the exhibitors an ideal multi-channel of sales and promotions toward the wealthy Chinese consumers. 2017 Beijing International Property & Investment Expo / Autumn is scheduled to be held during Oct. 26th -29th, 2017 at China National Convention Center (Beijing). It will still be the biggest exhibiting and trading fair for international property in China.


The latest Forbes Global Rich List released on March 20th, 2017 shows that there are 76 new Chinese billionaires have been listed in, far more than that of 25 from the United States. The newest China Outbound Investment Capital Watch issued by Cushman & Wakefield also shows that in 2016, the total amount of Chinese overseas real estate investment has reached a new high by 38.3 billion US dollars, up 49% from a year earlier, and 18.3 billion dollars has been invested to the US.


With the severe market bubbles, Chinese house is no longer an ideal investment choice. Now Chinese government is launching many strict policies to curb house prices, such as limited bank loan and restrained purchases or sales. On the contrary, the real estate market in western countries is increasingly showing upward investing values after the impact of economic crisis. Either in the US or countries from Europe and Asia, it is easy for us to find and buy houses with 6-8% rental yields.
At the beginning of 2017, heavy smog has again swept northern China, lasting more than 10 days. As the air is seriously polluted and lung cancer has become the first killer to Chinese residents, along with food safety problems and medical resources shortage, now more and more overseas property demands for holiday and retirement life are rapidly rising up among Chinese people. Due to Chinese investors' constant pursuit of senior and healthy living standards, the growth momentum of buying overseas houses and enjoy high-end service abroad will remain strong in the coming years.

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