Meriton launches Chinese Website

Already offering the services of bi-lingual agents across its business, Meriton has now launched its new Chinese website www.meriton.com.au/cn

Covering all the information already available on the English Meriton website, the Chinese version will make navigating the search for property much easier.

According to Meriton boss, Harry Triguboff, building the Chinese website was very important to streamline the process when searching for, and purchasing, property.

“You don’t want to battle with language barriers when you are looking to buy property,” Meriton managing director, Harry Triguboff said.

“There are more Chinese coming into the country every day and they are looking for somewhere to buy either to live or as an investment.

“The familiarity of their own language while viewing property should make their task easier,” he said.

Chinese Australians are considered one of the largest groups of overseas Chinese people and the largest community in Oceania.

“The Chinese love it here,” Mr Triguboff said.

“They love the space, the larger size of our apartments, the expansive views of our magnificent harbour, the height of our apartments and most of all they can breathe fresh air.

“Many who come to visit, end up coming back to stay.

“In what is widely referred to as the Asian Century, we must embrace this community and encourage others who wish to immigrate,” he said.

In 2018 we will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the first officially recorded Chinese migrant, Mak Sai Ying. Many others followed during the great Gold Rush of the early 1850s looking to make their home and fortune.

Through their hard physical work and the determination to make a good life and provide a good education for their children, Chinese Australians have excelled academically. This is the year of the monkey which symbolises cleverness.

This country has felt deep appreciation for the genius of surgeons such as heart surgeon the late Victor Chang and neurologist, Charlie Teo who have saved, and through their research, continue to save countless lives.

“I would like to take this opportunity to wish the Chinese a very safe and happy Lunar New Year.

“I think this will be a very good year,” he said.

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