Newsletter Maxxelli Chengdu May 2009

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Newsletter Maxxelli Chengdu May 2009

  1. 1. Maxxelli Real Estate SUZHOU | WUXI | CHENGDU | HANGZHOU | CHONGQING April 2009 www.maxxelli.net | info@maxxelli.net Residential | Industrial | Commercial MAXXELLI REAL ESTATE UPDATE MAXXELLI SPOTLIGHT MAXXELLI HOT PROPERTY MAXXELLI FOCUS Waterfront Second-tier cities in China - more life quality? Chengdu, Jinjiang Foreigners moving from the traditional “Big Three” Beijing, Apartment Shanghai and Guangzhou to second-tier cities like Chengdu, 3 bedrooms Chongqing, Suzhou, Hangzhou and Wuxi often experience a 175sqm change in life quality: The amount of English speakers is lower than in the already more internationalized cities, and access to good medical facilities and international schools is Waterfront a concern of many relocating expatriates. Chengdu, Jianjiang However, many foreigners living in second-tier cities Apartment experience an increase in life quality. Not only are these cities 2 bedrooms much more developed and provide a higher living standard 110sqm than expected. They are also less polluted, have a comparatively smaller population, and the pace of living is Waterfront tends to be slower. Often second-tier cities are located close to beautiful travel destinations, and weekend-trips out of town Chengdu, Jianjiang promise unique natural and cultural experiences. Apartment 2 bedrooms Many expatriates feel more comfortable in a smaller foreign 168sqm community since making bonds with others is much more essential than in the already more developed first-tier cities. Lasting friendships between people from France, USA, Sunshine 100 Poland and Spain develop much more quickly just because Chongqing, Nan’an of the fact that they have one thing in common: they are all living in the same city that only waits to be explored. apartment 1 bedrooms 132 sqm EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH Haitang Xiaoyue Eden Gan joined Maxxelli Chengdu in July Chongqing, Nan’an 2008. As After Sales Agent she takes care of Maxxelli clients’ needs after move-in. apartment Eden is a very diligent and responsible 4 bedrooms colleague and we would like to recognize 230 sqm her for her outstanding work. CITY EVENTS SUZHOU | WUXI | HANGZHOU | CHENGDU | CHONGQING Chengdu: March 31, 2009. The European Chamber in Chengdu held its 2009 board member elections in Kempinksi Hotel. Congratulations to chairman Mr. Paul Sives (Proton Products), and the board members Mr. Anthony Chau (KPMG), Mr. Arnaud Dupont (Carrefour), Mr. Oliver Hickfang (Allianz), and Mr. Tian Gang (Veolia Water) in Chengdu, and Mr. Franck Naulleau (Intercontinental Hotel) in Chongqing! Chengdu: April 1, 2009. A survey on foreigners’ experiences while relocating to Chinese second-tier cities has been launched. Sharing your feelings can help newcomers to benefit from better service in cities like Chengdu and Chongqing in the future, regardless whether your relocation to China has been a good or a troublesome experience. To fill out the survey, please click here. Chongqing: March 28, 2009. Maxxelli Chongqing hosted its first in a series of events geared towards bringing the expatriate community together this weekend at the Made in Kitchen restaurant. A total of 80 foreigners attended the event and enjoyed the great food and entertainment. Please keep your eyes open for upcoming events. Chongqing: April 23, 2009. The European Union Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a real estate seminar covering both the office and residential markets in Chongqing presented by CB Richard Ellis and Maxxelli Real Estate. For more information please contact the European Chamber Chengdu. Visit Our Webpage Click Here All contents on the newsletter has been compiled carefully, but the responsible persons make no guarantees of accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the information on this newsletter. Therefore no responsibility or liability for damages or losses resulting from the use of this newsletter is accepted.

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