Mortgage website launched for Chinese property investors

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An Australian mortgage broking firm has pioneered a website in Mandarin to capitalise on the growing number of Chinese property investors entering the country’s housing market.
 
N1 Finance has launched chengdai.com.au as a result of huge growth in Chinese-speaking buyers living in Australia, reported Perth Now.
 
It is the first online site that allows comparison of mortgage products offered by Australia’s biggest banks.
 
“This site makes it more accessible for Chinese-speaking clients, even though they live here and work here and speak English, speaking about home loans is a complicated matter,’’ managing director Ren Wong said.
 

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