Overseas Property

A Step By Step Guide to Buying Japan Property

Investing in Japan property is something that has grown in popularity in recent years. With its steadily increasing house prices, soaring tourism trade, and the ease at which foreigners can invest here, its an obvious choice for those looking for property abroad. Aided by its rich and unique culture and stunning scenery, land prices across Japan have been on the …

Bella Ma - June 5, 2019

What Home Sellers Should Know About Hong Kong Property Investors

Once a game for only a few, outbound property investment has gained popularity among the mass market in recent years. Property investors are looking at overseas real estate as a way to skirt high domestic home prices and diversify their portfolios. If you are a developer with a new property development or an indie home seller in the existing home …

Bella Ma - April 3, 2019

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Asif Ghafoor - August 2, 2018

Public Housing = Poor Living Conditions? These Asian Countries Say No!

In Hong Kong, living in public houses is a symbol of lower-income residents. But the case differs in Singapore, Taiwan and Korea. Public housing in these countries are tourists’ favorites and the living environments are good. Do you know what are the differences between government housing in these places? Hong Kong There are two types of public housing in Hong …

Doris Liu - January 9, 2018

Austrian Property Price feat. Vienna’s Distinct Price Growth

Austrian property prices have been rising in the past year. Its residential property price index rose by 7.3% in 2016, indicating the accelerating economic growth of the country. Though the prices stabilized a bit in the second half of 2016 after the strong growth in the first half (an increase of 9.5% in the second and 7.2% in the third …

Kiwiana Wong - June 8, 2017

5/23 News Roundup: Tin Shui Wai Second Home Reaches HK$10,567/sf, Chinese Estates to Bid for London’s Walkie Talkie Skyscraper

Tin Shui Wai Second Home Reaches HK$10,567/sf A featured rooftop unit in Kingswood Villas was sold for HK$4.66 million, or HK$10,567 per square foot, breaking the record of the highest cost of this blue-chip housing estate in Tin Shui Wai. The buyer was not stopped by the newest cooling measure by HKMA and purchased the 441-square-foot two-room units by a …

Tracy Lam - May 23, 2017

Real Unique Hotels in the Netherlands

When it comes to “unique hotels”, we usually think of the exclusive interior designs, uncommon services, notable history of the hotel building, special themes, to name but a few. However, what I am talking about here in this post, is that “everything can be converted into a hotel”! To be more accurate, all kinds of public transportation. What does this actually mean? …

Kiwiana Wong - May 12, 2017