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After months of bad news for the US housing market, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away,3.9 million houses are for sale in this country ,many in bargain basement prices. And now these deals have caught the eye of investors from China. ABC’s David Kurli reports from both countries.

 

Packing for his first trip to America,Ying guohao is not heading to the US for business of fun. He is house hunting. It's a good time, he says, to buy property in the US.” It's Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York,” This Beijing lawyer and a few dozen other well-to-do Chinese, signed up for a real estate tour of the US.

 

Many wealthy Chinese ,flush with cash ,are looking for investment opportunities .So why not buy a second home here in China ? Because the Chinese like a good deal. With the US housing market down double-digits they are coming here shopping for a bargain.

 

“This is a two bedrooms , three baths...”Looking to spend between 500,000 and a million dollars .These potential buyers have looked in everything, from foreclosed homes to high-rise condos with the view of that all American's icon, the stature of liberty.

 

For others not ready to jumped on a plan to the US, American brokers are setting up shop inside China with models, DVD tours ,and brochures. “Which property do you think is more preferable to you? “”I think this one.”

 

“I think Chinese are the clever ones. They are coming now. We are down in prices. We are not down in values. They are buying .”

 

For Americans, better buy disastrous housing markets. That may not be a bad thing. “We love it .We welcome it. Remember how scared when we were the Japanese buyers buying half of the New York City. Look! Welcome to the Chinese.”

 

Mr. Ying thinks New York is very cool. Will he buy a piece of America? He wants to sleep on that .But with more than 3.5 million homes for sale in the US , he may be just the beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.

 

David Kurli, ABC News, New York.

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After months of bad news for the US housing market, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away. 3.9 million houses are for sale in this country ,many in bargain basement prices. And now these deals have caught the eye of investors from China. ABC’s David Kurli reports from both countries.

Packing for his first trip to America,Ying guohao is not heading to the US for business of fun. He is house hunting. It's a good time, he says, to buy property in the US.” It's Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York,” This Beijing lawyer and a few dozen other well-to-do Chinese, signed up for a real estate tour of the US.

Many wealthy Chinese ,flush with cash ,are looking for investment opportunities .So why not buy a second home here in China ? Because the Chinese like a good deal. With the US housing market down double-digits they are coming here shopping for a bargain.


“This is a two bedrooms , three baths...”Looking to spend between 500,000 and a million dollars .These potential buyers have looked in everything, from foreclosed homes to high-rise condos with the view of that all American's icon, the stature of liberty.

 

For others not ready to jumped on a plan to the US, American brokers are setting up shop inside China with models, DVD tours ,and brochures. “Which property do you think is more preferable to you? “”I think this one.”

 

“I think Chinese are the clever ones. They are coming now. We are down in prices. We are not down in values thereby. /They are buying.”/

 

For Americans, better buy disastrous housing markets. That may not be a bad thing. “We love it .We welcome it. Remember how scared when we were the Japanese buyers(去掉buyers) buying half of the New York City. Look! Welcome to the Chinese.”

 

Mr. Ying thinks New York is very cool. Will he buy a piece of America? He wants to sleep on that .But with more than 3.5 million homes for sale in the US , he may be just the beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.

 

David Kurli, ABC News, New York.


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After months of bad news for the US housing market perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away, 3.9 million houses are for sale in this country, many are bargaining basement prices. Now these deals have caught the eyes of investors from China. BBC David Purly reports from both countries.

Packing for a first trip to America, Yin Guoha is not heading to the US for business or fun, he is house hunting. " It’s a good time," he says," to buy property in the US". It’s Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York. This Beijing lawyer and a few dozen other well-to-do Chinese signed up for a real estate tour of the US. Many wealthy Chinese flush with cash are looking for investment opportunities. So why not buy a second home here in China, because the Chinese like a good deal. With the US housing market down double digits, they are coming here ,shopping for a bargain.

(This is a two-bedroom, three baths)

Looking to spend between 500, 000 and a million dollars, these potential buyers are lookign at everything from four closet homes to high-rise condos with a view of all the American icon, the statue of liberty. For others who are not ready to jump to the plane of the US, American brokers are setting up shops inside China with models, DVDs and brochures.

Which property do you think is more preferable to you? I think this one.

I think Chinese are the clever ones, they are coming now. We are down in prices , but not down in values. They are buying.              

For Americans, better buy disastrous housing market. That may not be a bad thing. We welcome it. Remember how scared we were when Japanese were buying out New York City.looke, Welcome to the Chinese.

   Mr.yin thinks New York is very cool. When he buys a piece of America, he wants to sleep on that. But with more than three and a half million homes for sales in the US, he may be just the beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.

BBC news, New York.

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After months of bad news for the US housing market, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks for buyers from thousands of miles away, 3.9 million of houses for sale in this county met their basement prices. And now this deal has caught the eyes of investors from China. This is David report from both countries.Packing for the first trip to America, ? is not heading to America for business or fun. He's house hunting. It is a good time, he said, to buy property in the US. It's Los Angeles, San Fransico, Las Vegas, New York. This Beijing lawyer and a few dozen of other well-to-do Chinese signed up a real estate tour of the US. Many wealthy Chinese flushed with money are looking for investment opportunities. So why not buy a second home here in China? Because Chinese is like a good deal.,but the US housing market down double digits, they are coming here shopping for a bargin. Looking for the spend between 500000 and 1000000 dollars, these potential buyers have looked at everything, from four closed homes to high rise condomes that was built all over the American icon , the Statue of Liberty. For others are not ready to jump on a plane to the US, an American broker are setting up sharp inside China with a model dvd tour and brochures. I think Chinese are the clever ones. They are coming now. We are down in prices, but not down in value. They are buying. For Americans, better buy the disaster of housing market, that may not be a bad thing. Mr. Yeng thinks New York is very cool. For he buys a piece of America, he wants to sleep on that.But with more than three and a half million of homes for sale in the US, he maybe just the beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.
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After a month of bad news for the US housing markets, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away, 3.9 million houses are for sale in this country, many in bargain basement prices. And now these deals have caught the eye of investors from China. Packing for his first trip to America. Yin Guohao is not heading to the US for business or fun. He is house hunting. It's a good time to buy property in the US. It's Los Angeles ,San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York. This Beijing lawyer and a few dozen others well to do Chinese signed up for  a real estate tour on the US. Many wealthy Chinese ,flush with cash ,are looking for investment opportunities. So why not buy a second home here in China? Because  the Chinese like a good deal. With the US housing market down double digits, they are coming here shopping for a bargain. “This is a two bedroom ,there baths…” Looking to spend between 500,000 and a million dollars, these potential buyers have looked in everything from foreclosed homes to high-rise condos with a view of an American's icon: the Statue of Liberty. For others not ready to jump on the plane to the US, American brokers are setting up shop inside China with models, DVD tours ,and brochures. “Which property do you think is more profitable to you? “”I think this one.” “I think Chinese are the clever ones. They are coming now. We are down in prices. We are not down in values. They are buying .”  For Americans battered by a disastrous housing market. That may not be a bad thing.“We loved it .We welcome it. Remember how scared we are with the Japanese buyers buying up the New York City. Look! Welcome to the Chinese.”  Mr. Yin thinks New York is very cool. Will he buy a piece of America? He wants to sleep on that .But with more than 3.5 million homes for sale in the US, he may be just the beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.
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After months of bad news for the US housing market, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away. 3.9 million houses are for sale in this country ,many in bargain basement prices. And now these deals have caught the eye of investors from China. ABC’s David Curley reports from both countries.


Packing for his first trip to America, Yin Guohao is not heading to the US for business or fun. He is house hunting. It's a good time, he says, to buy property in the US.” It's Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York,” This Beijing lawyer and a few dozen other well-to-do Chinese signed up for a real estate tour of the US.


Many wealthy Chinese ,flush with cash ,are looking for investment opportunities .So why not buy a second home here in China? Because the Chinese like a good deal. With the US housing market down double-digits they are coming here shopping for a bargain.


“This is a two bedroom/ , three bath/...” Looking to spend between 500,000 and a million dollars .These potential buyers have looked in everything, from foreclosed homes to high-rise condos with the view of that all American/ icon, the Stature of Liberty.


For others not ready to jump/ on a plan to the US, American brokers are setting up shop inside China with models, DVD tours and brochures. "Which property do you think is more preferable to you?" "I think this one."


"I think Chinese are the clever ones. They are coming now. We are down in prices. We are not down in values. / They are buying."


For Americans, better buy disastrous housing market/. That may not be a bad thing. “We love it .We welcome it. Remember how scared / we were the Japanese / buying out the New York City. Look! Welcome to the Chinese.”


Mr. Yin thinks New York is very cool. Will he buy a piece of America? He wants to sleep on that. But with more than 3.5 million homes for sale in the US, he may be just the beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.


David Curley, ABC News, New York.


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[ 本帖最后由 greatsea 于 2009-3-13 16:36 编辑 ]
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After monthes of bad news for the U.S. housing market, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away, 3.9 million houses are for sale in this country, many bargain basement prices. And now the deals have cought the eye of investers from China, ABC's David Kurli reports from both countries.
Packing for his first trip to America, Yin Guohao is not heading to U.S. for business or for fun, he's house hunting."It's a good time" he says,"to buy property in the U.S."
" It's Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York."
This Beijing lawyer, in a few dozen other well-to-do Chinese, signed up for a real estate tour of the U.S.
Many wealthy Chinese flushed with cash, are looking for investment oppotunities, so why not they buy a second home here in China? Because the Chinese like a good deal. With the U.S. housing market down double digits, they are coming here, shopping for a bargain.
Looking to spend between 5 hundred thousand and a million dollars, these potential buyers have looked at everything, from four-closed homes to high-rised condos where they viewed at all America's icon -- the statue of liberty.
For others not ready to jump on a plane to the U.S, America's brokers are setting up shops inside China, with models, DVD tools and br_,
"Which property do you think is more preferable to you?"
"I think this one"
"I think Chinese are the clever ones. They are coming now. We are down in Prices, we are not down in values. They are buying."
For Americans, better by disasters in house market, that may not be a bada thing.
"We love it. We welcome it. Remenber how scared we were when Japanese buying our New York City? Look, welcome to the Chinese."
Mr.Yin think New York is very cool, while he buy a piece of America, he wants to sleep on that. But with more than three and half million homes for sale in U.S, he may be just the beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.
David Kurli, ABC NEWS, New York
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After months of bad news for the US housing market, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks for buyers from thousands of miles away. 3.9 millions of houses are for sale in this country, many in bargain basement prices. And now the dealers have caught the eyes are investors from China.

 

Packing for this first trip to American, YGH is not heading to the US of business for fun, he is house hunting.  “It’s a good time”, he says, “to buy property in the US”. It is Los Angles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York. This Beijing lawyer, and a few dozen other well to do Chinese, signed up for a real estates tour of the US.

 

Many wealthy Chinese, flush with cash, are looking for investment opportunities, so why not buy a second home here in China? Because the Chinese like a good deal, with US housing market down double digits, they are coming here shopping for a bargain. Looking to spend between five hundred thousands and a million dollars, these potential buyers have looked at everything from four closet homes to high-rise condos with a view of that all America icon, the status of liberty. For others not ready to jump on the plan of the US, American brokers are setting shop inside China, with models, DVD tools and brochures.

“Which property do you think is more profitable for you? “ “I think this one”.

“I think the Chinese are the clever ones, they are coming now. We are down in prices, we not down in values. They buy”.

For Americans, better by disaster of housing market, that might not mean a bad thing.  

“We love it and welcome it. Remember how scared we were when Japanese was buying out New York City block? Welcome to the Chinese. “

Mr H thinks New York is very cool, when he buy a piece from American, he wants to sleep on that. But with more three and half million homes for sale in the US, he may be just the beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.


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After months of bad news for the US housing market, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away. 3.9 million houses are for sale in this country ,many in bargain basement prices. And now these deals have caught the eye of investors from China. ABC’s David Curley reports from both countries.

 

Packing for his first trip to America, Yin Guohao is not heading to the US for business or fun. He is house hunting. It's a good time, he says, to buy property in the US.” It's Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York,” This Beijing lawyer and a few dozen other well-to-do Chinese signed up for a real estate tour of the US.

 

Many wealthy Chinese ,flush with cash ,are looking for investment opportunities .So why not buy a second home here in China? Because the Chinese like a good deal. With the US housing market down double-digits they are coming here shopping for a bargain.


“This is a two bedroom, three bath...” Looking this spent between 500,000 and a million dollars .These potential buyers have looked it everything, from foreclosed homes to high-rise condos with the view of that all American icon, the Stature of Liberty.

 

For others not ready to jump on a plane to the US, American brokers are setting up shop inside China with models, DVD tours and brochures. "Which property do you think is more preferable to you?" "I think this one."

 

"I think Chinese are the clever ones. They are coming now. We are down in prices. We are not down in values. They are buying."

 

For Americans, better buy disastrous housing market. That may not be a bad thing. “We love it .We welcome it. Remember how scared we were the Japanese buying out the New York City. Look! Welcome to the Chinese.”

 

Mr. Yin thinks New York is very cool. Will he buy a piece of America? He wants to sleep on that. But with more than 3.5 million homes for sale in the US, he may be just the beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.

 

David Curley, ABC News, New York.

 

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After months of bad news for US house marketing perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks to the buyers from thousands of miles away.3.9 million houses are for sale this country many in bargain basement prices.And now these deals have caught the eyes of investors from China.ABC David Kerly reports from both countries.

 

Packing for his first trip to America,Ying Guo-hua is not heading to US for business,or for fun,house hunting.

 

It's a good time he says to buy property in the US.

 

It's Los Angeles,San Fronsisco,Las Vegas,New York.This Beijing lawyer and a few dozen well-to-do Chinese, signed up for a real estate tour of the US.

 

Many wealthy Chinese flushed with cash are looking for investment opportunities,so why not buy their second home here in China? because the Chinese like a good deal.With the US housing market down double digits they are coming here shopping for a bargain.

 

Looking to spend between 500 thousand in a million of dollars.These potential buyers have looked for everything from full-closed home to high-rise condos with the views of all American icons - the Statue of Liberty.For others not already jumped on the plane to the US.

 

American brokers are setting up shop inside China with models,DVD tours and brochures

 

"Which property do you think is more profitable to you?" "Em..I think this one"

 

"I think Chinese are clever ones,they are coming now.we are down in prices we are not down in value they are buying"

 

For Americans better buy the disatrous housing market,that may not be a bad thing"

 

"We love it,we welcome it, remember how scared the Japanese buyer buying out the New York city look,welcome to the Chinese."

 

Mr.Ying thinks the New York is very cool.Will he buy a piece of America? He wants to sleep on that.But with more than 3.5 millions homes for sale in the US.He may be just the beginning of wave of Chinese buyers

 

David Kerly ABC News,New York.    

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 Runenblaze 于 2009-3-13 19:25 编辑 ]
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After months of bad news for the US house market, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming, thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away. 3.9 million houses are for sale in this country, many bargain basement prices.And now these deals have caught the eyes of investors from China.ABC's David reports from both countries.

 Packing for his first trip to America, Yingguoha is not heading to the US for business or for fun.He is house hunting. "It's a good time," he says," to buy property in the US. "It's Los Angeles,Sanfrancesco, Lasvegas, New York."

This Beijing Lawer and several other well to do Chinese signed for a real estate tour of the US. Many wealthy Chinese flush with cash are looking forward to  investment opportunities. So why not buy a second home here in China, because the Chinese like a good deal. With the US housing market down a double digits they are coming here, shopping for a bargain.

" This is two bedrooms with a bath."

 Looking to spend between 500 thousand and a million dollars, these potential buyers have looked at everything from foreclosed homes to high rise condos with a view of  that American icon, the statue of liberty. For others not ready to jump on the plane to the US, American brokers are setting up shops inside China, with models, DVD tours and brochures.

homewor

After months of bad news for the US house market, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming, thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away. 3.9 million houses are for sale in this country, many bargain basement prices.And now these deals have caught the eyes of investors from China.ABC's David reports from both countries.

 Packing for his first trip to America, Yingguoha is not heading to the US for business or for fun.He is house hunting. "It's a good time," he says," to buy property in the US. "It's Los Angeles,Sanfrancesco, Lasvegas, New York."

This Beijing Lawer and several other well to do Chinese signed for a real estate tour of the US. Many wealthy Chinese flush with cash are looking forward to  investment opportunities. So why not buy a second home here in China, because the Chinese like a good deal. With the US housing market down a double digits they are coming here, shopping for a bargain.

" This is two bedrooms with a bath."

 Looking to spend between 500 thousand and a million dollars, these potential buyers have looked at everything from foreclosed homes to high rise condos with a view of  that American icon, the statue of liberty. For others not ready to jump on the plane to the US, American brokers are setting up shops inside China, with models, DVD tours and brochures.

" Which property do you think is preferable to you?"

" I think this one."

" I think Chinese are the clever ones, they are coming now. we are down in prices. We are not down in values. They are buying."

 For Americans, better buy a disasterous housing market. That might not be a bad thing.

 “We love it .We welcome it. Remember how scared  we were when the Japanese buyers were buying half of the New York City. Look! Welcome to the Chinese.”

 Mr.Ying thinks New York is very cool.Will he buy a piece of America? He was to slip on that. But with more than three and a half million homes for sale in the US, he may be just the beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.

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After months of bad news for the US housing market, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away, 3.9 million houses are for sale in this country _____, bargain places and prices. Now these deals (have cought they are) have investors from China. (ABC daily course report from both countries.)

    Packing for his first trip to America, Ying GuoHao is not heading to the US for business or fun. He is house-hunting.

    "It's a good time" He says," to buy property in the US."

    This Beijing lawyer and a few dozens other well-to-do Chinese signed up a real-state tour of the US.

    Many wealthy Chinese, flush with cash, are looking for investment opportunities. So why not buy a second home here in China? Because the Chinese like a good deal. With the US housing market down double digit, they are coming here, shopping for a bargain.

    Looking the span between 500,000 and 1 million dollars, these potential buyers have looked everything, from four-closed homes to high rise condos with the view that all America eye contact of the statue of Liberty. But others are not ready to jump up on the plane of the US .

    American brokers are setting up shops inside China, with models, DVD tours, and brochures.

    "I think Chinese are the clever ones. They are coming now. We are down in prices, but not down in values. They buy."

    For Americans, better buy disasters housing market. That not mean a bad day.

    "Remember how scared we were when the Japanese buying out the New York city ? Look, welcome to the Chinese."

    Mr Ying thinks New York is very cool. While he buys a piece of America, he was to sleep on that. But with more than 3 and a half million homes for sale in the US, he may be just a beginning of way of Chinese buyers.

 

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after months of bad news for the us housing market, perhaps a good news may be coming, thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away. 3.9 million houses are for saling this country many in bargain basement prices now these deals have caught the eyes of investors from China. abc reports from both countries.

 

packing for his first trip to America. Yin Guo hai is not heading to the us for business or fun. he is house hunting.

 

"it's a good time he says to buy property in the us".

"it's Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York."

this Beijing lawyer and other well to do Chinese, signed up for a real state tour of the U.S.

 

many wealthy Chinese, flush with cash are looking for investment opportunities, so why not buy a second home here in China? because the Chinese like a good deal with the us housing market down double digits they are coming here, shopping for a bargain.

 

"this is a two-bedroom, three-bath.."

looking to spend between 500,000 and a million dollars, this potential buyers have looked at everything. from foreclosed homes to right-rise condos with the view of that all-American icon, the stature of liberty.

 

for others not ready to jumped on a  plane to the U.S. American brokers are setting up shop inside china, with models, DVD tours and brochures.

 

"which property do you think is more profitable to you?"

"I think this one"

"I think Chinese are the clever ones, they are coming now. we are down in prices, we are not down in values. they are buying."

 

for Americans better buy disaster housing market that may not be a bad thing.

we love it, we welcome it. remembering how scared we were the Japanese buying out the New York cities. welcome to the Chinese.

 

Mr. Yin thinks New York is very cool. or he buy piece of America, he wants to sleep on that, but more than three and a half million homes for sale on the U.S, he may be just a beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.


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After a month of bad news for the US housing markets, perhaps a bit of good news could be coming. Thanks to buyers from thousands of miles away, 3.9 million houses are for sale in this country, many are at bargain basement prices. And now these deals have caught the eye of the investors from China. ABC’s David Curley’s report from both countries.

Packing for his first trip to America, Ying Guohao is not heading to the US for business or fun. He is house learning. “It's a good time” he says, “to buy property in the US”. “It's Los angles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, New York…”, this Beijing lawyer and a few dozen other well-to-do Chinese, signed up for a real state tour of the US. Many wealthy Chinese, flush with cash, are looking for investment opportunities. So why not buy a second home here in China, because the Chinese like a good deal. With the US housing market down double digits, they are coming here, shopping for a bargain. “This is a two-bedroom, three-bath…”

Looking to spend between 500,000 and 1,000,000 dollars, these potential buyers have looked at everything from foreclosed homes to high-rise condos with the view of that all American's icon, the Stature of Liberty. For others not ready to jump on the plan to the US, American brokers are setting up shops inside China, with models, DVD tours, and brochures. “Which property do you think is more preferable to you?” “Um, I think this one.”

“I think Chinese are the clever ones. They are coming now. We are down in prices. We are not down in values. They are buying.” For Americans, battered by disastrous housing markets, that may not be a bad thing. “We love it, we welcome it, remember how scared we were when Japanese buying out New York City? Look! Welcome to the Chinese.”

Mr. Ying thinks New York is very cool. Will he buy a piece of America? He wants to sleep on that. But with More than 3.5 million homes are for sale in the US, he may be just the beginning of a wave of Chinese buyers.

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