Chinese property portal hires former Move exec as first ‘President of the Americas’

Juwai is stepping up its presence in the U.S. market due to strong demand from luxury Chinese investors
  • Juwai, the leading Chinese real estate portal, has appointed U.S. venture capitalist Matthew Moore as its president of the Americas.
  • Moore will be looking to work with real estate brands, brokerages and agents helping them connect with Chinese buyers.
  • also announced partnerships this week with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties, California Desert MLS and Luxury Portfolio International.

Learn the New Luxury Playbook at Luxury Connect | October 18-19 at the Beverly Hills Hotel, the Chinese international property portal, made a big commitment to the U.S. housing market today by appointing venture capitalist and former Move Inc senior executive, Matthew Moore, as its first-ever President of the Americas. "China is the no. 1 investor in the U.S. property markets today and its level of investment will continue to increase over the next decade. Matthew's role is to help real estate professionals make the most of this growing opportunity," said Charles Pittar, CEO of Chinese investors purchased $28.6 billion of U.S. real estate last year -- one-third of all international sales, according to the National Association of Realtors. President of the Americas Matthew Moore As President of the Americas, Moore will run Juwai's North American team responsible for sales, marketing and industry relations. He was previously executive vice president of sales and marketing at Move Inc. until 2012 -- and Top Producer...