The Overseas Property & Immigration Exhibition（OPIE）is the China's most professional promoting platform for international real estates and local immigration agency. It is the best place to establish cross-border business cooperation for property professionals and meet those Chinese investors. The show is the first event of its kind that allows international property retails and also combines with international industry elites meeting conference. The show covering the following aspects like overseas property, overseas immigration, overseas investment, overseas study , immigration law firm, and international financial institutions etc.
Based on “China International Immigration Report 2012”, China permanent immigration demography is more than 150,000 at end of this year, including 87,017 to America firstly, and then Canada, Australia, New Zealand. Based on “Private Banking White Paper 2013”, published by Hurun Report & Bank of China, 14% of wealthy Chinese is applying for immigration, and 46% take immigration into consideration. The overseas investment and immigration focused on real estate, foreign currency deposit and stocks, and is aimed at excellent education resource, safe investment environment and higher life quality.
Based on statistics from immigration bureaus worldwide, China is continuously the biggest resource of international investment, house purchasing, immigration, overseas education.The 3rd immigration tide grow up in China
With the regulation of the domestic real estate by government, many Chinese people pay more attention to overseas real estate. As report in 2012, the popular region of overseas property, such as Toronto, London and Singapore, 20% to 40% offshore buyers are Chinese buyers.
Currently, 33% of China high net worth individuals have overseas properties, and the overseas investment account for 19% in their total investments, mostly invested in real estate. Thirty percent of high net worth people who doesn’t have overseas properties also has the plan to invest overseas property within 3 years. As “2012 China Overseas Property Purchase Tendency” report,the buyers for overseas property centralized in Shanghai (12.55%) and Beijing (11.56%).