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What is China buying in Australia? | CNBC Explains
China's massive investments in Australia are showing little signs of slowing down. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi explains why. ----- Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC Life on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wAkfMv Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cnbcinternational/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CNBCi
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BBC NEWS - Chinese Investment in Australia
BBC News reported that Chinese investment in Australia on houses. Black Diamondz director Monika Tu explained that Chinese buyers buy in Australia because of the beautiful view. John McGrath claim the rise in house price is not caused by Chinese buyers.
Views: 4933 Black Diamondz Group
Doing Business in Australia - the current landscape of foreign investment review
Rory Moriarty describes the current foreign investment landscape in Australia. To learn more about the state of play of the Australian market: https://www.claytonutz.com/about/international-services/australian-market-the-state-of-play _________________________________________________ You can also find this video on our website https://www.claytonutz.com/knowledge/video/doing-business-in-australia-the-current-landscape-of-foreign-investment-review See more videos from Clayton Utz here https://www.claytonutz.com/videohub/ Follow us on Social Media https://www.linkedin.com/company/clayton-utz https://twitter.com/claytonutz Transcript In Australia at the moment the Government is encouraging foreign investors to notify the Government of potential transactions. One area we're seeing that operate quite a bit is foreign government investors and it surprises a lot of clients and a lot of offshore companies when there may be a foreign investor. Really at the end of the day the thresholds are quite low and particular private equity funds, infrastructure funds can often be caught, and it surprises them. For example, for a company from overseas if they've got more than 20% of their investor base from one country, even though they are not associated, but they may be foreign government instrumentalities such as pension funds and that can qualify them as a foreign government investor. The thresholds are also quite low and it can capture transactions where there is transactions happening overseas but there happens to be a relatively small piece of Australian assets involved. One way the Government is trying to deal with this lowering of the threshold for foreign government investors is through exemption certificates and this is particularly relevant for private equity funds, portfolio companies which are owned by private equity funds, infrastructure funds, and not what we would traditionally see as a straight government investor. This area is quite new and the Treasury and FIRB are still working through their policy guidelines. That will be an iterative process where Government is working with law firms, investment banks and other market participants to come up with some sensible rules. Some of the questions we are thinking about are how long will these certificates be given for. It looks maybe 4 years, not 5 years. Will they make a foreign government investor the equivalent of a non-foreign government investor for example will it just up the limit to 20%? Will there be no-go areas? Will tax laws be relevant here? So these are issues which are being worked through at the moment but over time we believe that there will be some sensible parameters to allow ordinary course transactions which are not affecting the national interest to be put through more smoothly.
Views: 490 Clayton Utz
How much foreign investment is too much?
Senator Bill Heffernan and the managing director of the Australian Agricultural Company David Farley join The Business to discuss overseas investment in Australian
What do Australian businesses think about foreign investment?
What do Australian businesses think about foreign investment? Bentleys conducted one of the largest surveys of Australian SMEs in 2014. Here's what we discovered. Think ahead. Talk to a Bentleys advisor today.
Foreign Investment in Australian Land
Regulation of foreign investment in Australia is a fundamental concern of the government and an issue of increasing importance in Western Australia. The primary decision-maker is the Treasurer, who administers the Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Act 1975 and implements Australia's Foreign Investment Policy on the advice of the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB). Commercial Property Acquisitions For developed commercial property, foreign persons must apply for approval to purchase, or take an interest in, any property valued at $54 million or more. If the real estate is heritage-listed, a $5 million threshold applies instead. Significant exception exists for New Zealand and United States investors, who only need to apply for approval for property valued at $1,078 million or more. Residential and Vacant Land Acquisitions Approval must be obtained for the acquisition by foreign investors of vacant land and residential property, regardless of the value of the real estate. Recently, there has been increased public concern that foreign investors are becoming more active in Australia's property market. On 19 March 2014, the Treasurer formally asked the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics to inquire into and report on foreign investment policy as it applies to residential real estate. The results of this inquiry are not yet available. Rural Land Rural land is defined as land used wholly and exclusively for carrying on a commercial business of primary production. A foreign investor only requires approval to buy an interest in a primary production business where the total assets of the business exceed $248 million (or $1,078 million for New Zealand and United States investors). In 2012, the FIRB included an annexure to the Foreign Investment Policy entitled "Policy Statement: Foreign Investment in Agriculture". The government does screen all foreign investment and the government is committed to ensuring on a case-by-case basis that investments do not adversely affect the sustainability of Australia's national agricultural resources. The policy for agricultural acquisitions is currently under review. The Opposition considers that the monetary thresholds are too high and it has proposed a review of the threshold to $15 million for purchases of foreign land. Leaker Partners is closely following this issue. While the government recognises that foreign investment has many benefits, it also acknowledges community concerns surrounding foreign ownership. Accordingly, the government has adopted a case-by-case approach where a 'national interest test' is applied. If a proposal is deemed contrary to the national interest, it will not be approved. Note: As a general rule foreign government investors require FIRB approval. ------------------ This video and statement contains general legal advice only and is current as at 19 June 2014. Further information may be obtained from Mark Leaker or Katrina Palmer of Leaker Partners on (08) 9325 2882 or [email protected]
Views: 1237 Leaker Partners
Is this why house prices are so insane? Foreign investment in Australian residential property TRIPL
The amount of money spent in Australia's property market by foreign investors tripled last year, as prices continued to skyrocket, new figures show. The amount of money spent in Australia's property market by foreign investors tripled last year, as prices continued to skyrocket, new figures show. The amount of money spent in Australia's property market by foreign investors tripled last year, as prices continued to skyrocket, new figures show. Is this why house prices are so insane? Foreign investment in Australian residential property TRIPLED last year to $35bn... and China overtook all other countries for the first time with a $12bn splurge Is this why house prices are so insane? Foreign investment in Australian residential property TRIPLED last year to $35bn... and China overtook all other countries for the first time with a $12bn splurge Is this why house prices are so insane? Foreign investment in Australian residential property TRIPLED last year to $35bn... and China overtook all other countries for the first time with a $12bn splurge
Views: 205 Elle Byton
3 Reasons and How to Invest in Australia
What do I do? Full-time independent stock market analyst and researcher: https://sven-carlin-research-platform.teachable.com/p/stock-market-research-platform Check the comparative stock list table on my Stock market research platform under curriculum preview! I am also a book author: Modern Value Investing book: https://amzn.to/2lvfH3t More about me and some written reports at the Sven Carlin blog: https://svencarlin.com Stock market for modern value investors Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/modernvalueinvesting/ The are three strong trends aligning for an investment in Australia. The population is growing, commodities will recover and interest rates should go up alongside higher inflation. This will make the Australian currency stronger and give an additional return to foreign investors. On top of everything Australian stocks offer high dividends and a stable business environment. You can buy directly stocks on the Australian stock market, you can buy an Australian ETF, bonds, a currency ETF, but be careful of the Australian dividend withholding tax. Australia should be an essential part of a well balanced portfolio with international diversification.
Are foreign investors really to blame for Australia's high house prices? | Dominique Grubisa
#AskDom #PropertyInvestment #PropertyDevelopment #RealEstate #ForeignInvestors Do you want to know what the impact foreign investment has had on the Australian property market in recent years? In this video, DG Institute founder and CEO, Dominique Grubisa, explains what impact foreign investment has had, what it means for you, and what you should be doing about that right now. -- OFFICIAL WEBSITES: http://www.dginstitute.com.au http://dominiquegrubisa.com.au SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS: https://www.facebook.com/dominiquegrubisa/ https://www.instagram.com/dominiquegrubisa/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/dominiquegrubisa/ DG INSTITUTE REVIEWS: https://www.productreview.com.au/p/dg-institute.html
Views: 316 DG Institute
Understanding your tax obligations & foreign investment in Australia – Residency and tax obligations
In this video from our 2016 Community Engagement Program, Edwina McLachlan shares some important information about residency in Australia, particularly residency for tax purposes. For more information about residency, and to determine your residency status for tax purposes, visit https://ato.gov.au/residency
Foreign investment in Australian infrastructure - national security considerations
Wendy Rae, Partner at Allens, in conversation with David Irvine AO, Chair FIRB
Views: 227 Allens law firm
Foreign investment within the Australia property market.
Steven Gatt, partner at KPMG explains why the government is restricting foreign investment within the Australian property market and why it may not be a good thing for our economy.
Views: 77 Development Ready
Treasurer Joe Hockey explains Australia foreign investment reforms
Question Time. 25 February 2015.
Views: 368 Leithvo
Understanding your tax obligations & foreign investment in Australia – Welcome
In this video from our 2016 Community Engagement Program, Assistant Commissioner Megan Yong discusses the reforms to strengthen the integrity of Australia’s foreign investment framework. These rules aim to facilitate investment, while also giving assurance to the Australian community that the national interest is being maintained. To learn more, visit https://ato.gov.au/foreigninvestment
Tim Harcourt - Foreign investment in Australia
Austrade's Tim Harcourt discusses the role of foreign investment in Australia, the post-GFC environment and the outlook for the future.
Views: 744 BusinessCongress
Overview of Real Estate Laws in Australia for Foreign Investors - Australia Property Show 2016
A legal guide for foreigners to invest in Australia's property by Vitoria Owyong, Legal Executive from Samuel Seow Law Corporation.
Views: 550 PropertyGuru Group
Should You Invest In Property Overseas? How to with Ben Kingsley
http://empowerwealth.com.au/blog/should-you-invest-in-property-overseas/ A few people have asked us before if investing in overseas property is a good idea regarding lifestyle choices as well as a portfolio diversification strategy. Ben Kingsley explains the considerations you need to think about before going ahead with this plan.
Foreign investment in property: FIRB and Taxes
The property development and property investment industries are ready for the biggest shake up in decades. Hear what Daren McDonald has to say about the proposed changes.
Views: 562 ShineWing Australia
PHOENIX TV - Interview on Foreign Investment in Australia
Phoenix TV interviewed Monika Tu on Chinese Foreign Investment in Australia
Australia's Morrison Says China-Australia Relations 'Very Stable'
Nov.11 -- Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison discusses Australia-China relations, the U.S. involvement in Asia and foreign investment in Australia. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."
Views: 2318 Bloomberg Politics
Australia reviews real estate investment laws
The laws surrounding foreign investment in real estate are now undergoing a parliamentary review in Australia. Increasing foreign investment has led to accusations that foreign investors are pushing locals out of the market. Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Brisbane, Australia. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website http://www.aljazeera.com/
Views: 1654 Al Jazeera English
How to attract foreign investor clients
With the Australian Parliament's House Economics Committee tabling its report on Foreign Investment in Residential Real Estate earlier this week, MFAA On Air spoke to two members who have built a business helping foreign investors secure finance for property purchases in Australia. They offered insights into attracting foreign investors as clients, including choosing the right time to target a particular market, the importance of understanding both the language and culture of potential clients, how to recruit the right team, being knowledgeable about Australian regulations and the market, and more.
China overtakes US to become Australia's top foreign investor
Thanks to a nearly 10 billion U.S. dollar surge in real estate investment, China has overtaken the United States to become the top foreign investor. It accounted for 16.5 percent of total foreign investment approved.
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Australia Real Estate Foreign Investment
Australia Real Estate Foreign Investment - uchkconsulting.com With the Australian population increasing by one birth every 1:44 minutes and one immigrant arriving every two minutes, the Australian Government welcomes foreign residential investment. FIRB approved property sales to overseas investors is the genesis to building Australia’s economy by supporting population growth and providing financial prosperity for all Australians. With nearly 24 million Australians in 2015, the population density is still amongst the lowest in the world. The ABS (Australian Bureau of Statistics) projected population clock can be found here: http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/[email protected]/Web+Pages/Population+Clock Australia is rich with diversity with 23% of Australians foreign born and over 40% are of mixed cultural origins. Australia is a place of acceptance to people of all colours, backgrounds and beliefs. It is a place where everyone takes pride in calling themselves an Australian. UCHK Consulting Ltd http://uchkconsulting.com/australia-cultural-diversity.php
★ FOREIGN INVESTMENT - Why invest in Brisbane, Australia?
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Do foreign investors see Australia as an investment haven with property?
Aussie's John Symond shares his thoughts on whether foreign investors see Australia as an investment haven with property?
Views: 405 Aussie
Taxation Advice for Australians Overseas | Review of Tax for Australian Residents Abroad
https://tjdaccounting.com.au Taxation advice for Australians overseas, review your tax residency status before you travel abroad. Are you going overseas? What are your taxation obligations? Phone for us now if you need assistance. TJD Accounting Services (613) 9379 4040   Taxation advice and tips for expatriate Australians overseas. Are you living and working overseas? Are you able to answer these questions? Do you know if you’re still an Australian resident for tax purposes? Do you know if you have to submit an Australian Taxation Return? Who do you pay taxes to if living overseas? Every year thousands of people travel abroad for either an adventure filled, working holiday or for the chance to further their careers. However, questions remain around Australian tax laws. People make these major work life decisions without proper advice. The consequences have long term financial impacts on their savings and investment capabilities. Australian tax law has four different tests to determine if you are an ‘Australian resident for tax purposes’. Only one of these tests needs to be passed to qualify as an Australian resident. It is important to know what your status is within the law, as non-residents for tax purposes pay tax differently. Generally, if you’ve earned an income from Australia at any stage in the financial year, then you will be required to lodge a taxation return. One question frequently asked by Australians living overseas is ‘Do I have to pay taxes to the country I’m currently living in? If you’ve done the test and been deemed a non-resident for tax purposes then you will need to abide by the laws of that country. If however you are an Australian resident for tax purposes you will still be subject to their laws but you will need to speak with your accountant to ensure you are not being taxed in both countries for the same income. The Australian government has a number of agreements with many nations to prevent this occurring. What is considered foreign income? Salary, wages, commissions, bonuses and allowances, any income earned from working outside of Australia is regarded as foreign income and if you already paid tax within that country, you should be eligible to claim some or all of the tax as a credit towards your next Australian tax return. Foreign income needs to be converted to Australian dollars. Some particular regulations apply here. If you cease to be an Australian resident for tax purposes, you will no longer be required to disclose your foreign income from that date onwards and will only need to lodge an Australian tax return if you’ve received income from a connected Australian asset. Share this video at https://youtube.com/watch?v=1SZg4KBhlO0 Australian taxation return. There are many factors to be taken into consideration when it comes to your Australian tax return and these differ from case to case. The Australian government is continuously reviewing international tax arrangements and updating tax laws, therefore we highly recommend seeking advice from TJD Accounting Services of Essendon prior to relocating overseas. You will be surprised how much you can save by just obtaining some advice. Let us help you get a tax refund this year. Phone for us for international tax advice now. TJD Accounting Services 319 Keilor Road Essendon VIC  (613) 9379 4040 https://tjdaccounting.com.au
Tony Hickey discusses the new foreign investment environment in Australia 新投资环境
Tony Hickey discusses the strong foreign investment environment in Australia supported by Federal, State and Local governments. A wide range of investment opportunities exist, supported by policies such as an eligible pathway to permanent residency and the significant investment visa policy. 托尼宏基解释澳大利亚联邦政府、州政府与地方政府强烈支持来自海外的投资。投资机会众多,也带来众多移民的机会,包括重大投资者签证。
Views: 121 Hickey Lawyers
Foreign investment in Australian agriculture - Where to from here?
Foreign investment in Australian agricultural land has become a hot button political issue. But there are a number of different factors at play. Partner Jeremy Horwood explains. Originally created 26 June 2012.
Understanding your tax obligations & foreign investment in Australia – Compliance
In this video from our 2016 Community Engagement Program, Adam Nicholls talks about the various compliance factors that may impact any foreign persons who are purchasing property or working in Australia. For more information about our approaches to compliance, see https://ato.gov.au/general/building-confidence/how-we-assure-the-tax-and-super-systems/our-approach-to-compliance/
Chinese foreign investment: Will China own America?
Do billions of Chinese dollars pouring into America put us at risk? AEI scholar Derek Scissors breaks down the implications of the record-breaking Chinese investments in the U.S. Attributions: Adam Ferris differentenergy Smaty SHI tanvideo11 Subscribe AEI's YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/AEIVideos?sub_confirmation=1 Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/AEIonline Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/aei For More Information http://www.aei.org Chinese foreign investment: Will China own America Third-party photos, graphics, and video clips in this video may have been cropped or reframed. Music in this video may have been recut from its original arrangement and timing. In the event this video uses Creative Commons assets: If not noted in the description, titles for Creative Commons assets used in this video can be found at the link provided after each asset. The use of third-party photos, graphics, video clips, and/or music in this video does not constitute an endorsement from the artists and producers licensing those materials. AEI operates independently of any political party and does not take institutional positions on any issues. AEI scholars, fellows, and their guests frequently take positions on policy and other issues. When they do, they speak for themselves and not for AEI or its trustees or other scholars or employees. More information on AEI research integrity can be found here: http://www.aei.org/about/ #news #politics #government #education
Andrew Robb QT - ALP cannot be trusted with foreign investment in Australia
Why the ALP cannot be trusted when it comes to securing foreign investment in Australia Question Time 22 October 2014
Views: 152 AndrewRobbMP
Understanding your tax obligations & foreign investment in Australia – Changes to foreign investment
In this video from our 2016 Community Engagement Program, Libby Haydon provides a comprehensive update on the foreign investment reforms that are currently being implemented in Australia. For more information about foreign investment in real estate, visit https://ato.gov.au/foreigninvestment
G20: China urges Australia over foreign investment
On Sunday at the sidelines of the G20 Summit, Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for the first time since Canberra blocked a major Chinese investment deal. Australia last month stopped a 7.6-billion-US-dollar sale of the country's biggest energy grid to Chinese bidders, citing security concerns. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
Views: 778 CGTN
Pauline Hanson discusses Australian Home Ownership & Foreign Property Investment
Pauline Hanson discusses how Australian home ownership is becoming more and more unreachable and unaffordable. She also explains the laws regarding foreign investment of properties in Australia and how it is affecting Australians. One Nation Home Ownership Policy: http://www.onenation.com.au/policies/policies_home_ownership.html
Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB)
Useful Information for overseas buyers of Australian property. For more information visit www.sargeants.com.au. Sargeants Port Phillip
CU LAB: How will Australia's foreign investment reforms affect real estate? with Gary Best
How will Australia's foreign investment reforms affect real estate? Gary Best sets out the main implications for real estate of the FIRB changes. Make more connections between the law and business in the CU LAB here http://www.claytonutz.com/publications/videos/culab/home.page
Views: 279 Clayton Utz
Glen Giles on Australia's Foreign Investment Review Board and acquisition of assets and property.
MSI Global's Doing Business in Australia Series: Glen Giles talks about Australia's Foreign Investment Review Board and the role it plays in giving approvals to foreign investors wanting to acquire Australia assets. Glen cover the regulatory and legislative minefield that needs to be navigated to successfully invest into Australia. Key question covered: does the investment under consideration require FIRB approval? Find out about this and more including timeframes for lodging FIRB approval applications.
Views: 71 msiglobalausnz
Can Aus afford to be choosers on foreign investment?
Resistance to foreign investment in agriculture Australia risks costing the country on the global stage, expert suggests.
Views: 57 ANZ bluenotes
The future of China and foreign investment
George Hoguet from State Street Global Advisors in Hong Kong is a global expert on China and the emerging markets.
Is Foreign Investing Affecting Australia? - Ask Kevin Young Episode 110
Are foreign investors something that property buyers should be worried about? I don't think so, in fact, I think that any country with foreign migration is lucky. Watch the video to find out why. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Signup for Kevin's Property Tour http://www.propertyclub.com.au/lifestyle Visit Kevin's Website - http://www.kevinyoung.com.au/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Have You Got A Questions For Kevin? Click Here! http://www.kevinyoung.com.au/ask-kevin-young/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Kevin on Social Media! Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/kevinyoungpropertyclub Twitter - https://twitter.com/kevinyoung007 Google+ - https://plus.google.com/u/0/+KevinYoungAu/posts Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevinyoung007
Views: 2263 Kevin Young
Foreign investment needs greater scrutiny: Truss
Nationals Leader Warren Truss says the debate on foreign investment in Australia is hampered by a lack of information.
Australia braces for further decline in Chinese investment
Beijing has been curtailing so-called speculative investments in Australia in an effort to conserve international reserves and contain foreign liabilities. Story by Alan Boyd http://ati.ms/fGdJFk
Views: 36 Asia Times Online
International expert: it's safe to invest in Australian property market
Australian property market is still safe for international investments, says Tom Southern, CEO of CBRE in Australia and New Zealand. Australian government has just released its Federal Budget for 2015 this week. It has tightened regulations for foreign investors, as they will face an increase in costs to buy real estates in Australia. But Southern says that Australian real estate market is very healthy and Australia remains an attractive investment place when compared with Japan and European countries.
Views: 162 New China TV
Inside Canberra Foreign Investment Forum 2015
http://insidecanberra.com/inside-canberra-foreign-investment-forum-2015/ The Inside Canberra Forum Series continues with the Inside Canberra Foreign Investment Forum 2015. I'd like to welcome you to the Inside Canberra Forum Series. The Inside Canberra forum Series this year has the following focus, we held a Post Budget Briefing after Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey's budget delivery and a forum with the Institute of Governance and Public Affairs in May. We now follow up on last years infrastructure forum with Assistant Infrastructure Minister Jamie Brigs with a more comprehensive forum the Inside Canberra Foreign Investment Forum 2015 here in Parliament House on 9th of September hosted by Phillip Ruddock special envoy for citizenship for the Prime Minster and chair of the Parliamentary China Friendship group. The forum will be on Wednesday 9th of September from 5pm to 9pm. The forum will reflect the changed realities in the Australian economy and the free trade agreement that are now in place as well as the post G20 progress and the commonwealth policy on investment in Australia. Our Inside Canberra Foreign Investment Forum will be highlighting 20 high quality projects with and onsite display that are ready for investment across Australia. We plan to have representatives from our subscribe base attending to give these projects serious analysis. Projects on display will be from all states and territories and cover infrastructure, agriculture and technology. There will also be other industry participants. There will be ten major talking points: Why invest in Australia? Australian Investment Cycles The Australian Capital Markets The Australian Reserve Bank The role of the Australian Treasurer The Foreign Investment Review Board The State System and Federation Currency Risks The Title System from Freehold to Lease and Lease Back Culture in Australia and does it matter? We will explain a number of policies as they pertain to Foreign Investment from the three tiers of Government. We will have both representatives from the Australian Government Ministry and Shadow Ministry providing short presentations to the forum. I invite you to attend the Inside Canberra Foreign Investment forum. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Question for Anna Bligh at the NPC from Michael Keating of Keating Media" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHz4_5hlkGg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 69 Keating Media
Foreign person's right to purchase Australian residential property
Our lawyer Winston Lay talks about a foreign person's right to purchase Australian residential property and relevant implications. Please like our video and feel free to check out our website www.evolvelawyers.com.au & www.evolvevisas.com.au.
Views: 1295 Evolve Lawyers

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