Market Beats | Amazon raises base salary; Spirit Airlines merges with Frontier; U.S. housing market worries young homebuyers; Bitcoin price returns to $44,000

—— Amazon is raising base salary cap to $350,000 From $160,000; JPMorgan says buy stocks as rate Hikes; Frontier to buy discounter Spirit Airlines; Americans who say it’s a good time to buy a home hits all-time low; Bitcoin notches longest rally Since September; Peter Thiel to step down from Meta’s Board; Flexport raises $935 million in new funding round.

Market Beats | Amazon market value soars by $200 billion; BlackRock enters TikTok; Nike invests $75 million in WNBA; U.S. adds 467,000 jobs

—— Amazon’s market value soars by $200 billion in one day; BlackRock enters TikTok to target Gen Z; Nike invests $75 million in WNBA; U.S. payrolls surge more than expected; Snap’s stock jumps 50% on first profit; Aramco plans its secondary offering; Apple releases its new iPad and iPhone.

Insights | Q2 2016 New York Real Estate Market Overview

Recently, a series of new reports on the New York real estate market Q2 2016 were released by Douglas Elliman, a well-known real estate brokerage company in the United States, and Miller Samuel Real Estate Appraisers, a market research partner. This article will give you an overview of the Brooks mentioned in these reports. Forest, Manhattan, and market movements in Queens.

Insights | 8 questions from Chinese investors to buy a property in the U.S.

Many Chinese investors have asked us questions about buying a property in the United States, such as whether they can buy a house in the United States, whether American properties are expensive, or whether they can get a green card when buying a house in the United States. After sorting out the question list, CrowdFunz would like to list and answer those most frequently asked questions.

Insights | Tax notes for foreign investors who use companies to invest in real estate

In recent years, Chinese companies or investors have become more and more enthusiastic about overseas investment. However, as long as there is an investment behavior, one must face tax issues related to the investment income. This article will briefly describe the tax advantages that you can enjoy when using corporate entities to invest in real estate in the United States as a foreign investor.