Overseas Property

17 Oct 2016: Property News Roundup: New Projects Heat Up and Price Up, Tsueng Kwan O’s Parking Lot Sells at HK$213m

New Projects Heat Up and Price Up New projects are receiving overwhelming subscriptions and developers decided to price up the remaining units. Alto Residences in Tseung Kwan O launched the second batch of 126 units priced 3% higher. Lai Sun Development said more than 3,500 subscriptions have been received. Meanwhile, NAPA received about 180 subscriptions, double the number of units …

Tracy Lam - October 17, 2016

19/9 News Roundup: Chinese home price increases slowing – investors should eye on other growing overseas property markets.

Spacious’ View: Chinese home price increases slowing – investors should keep an eye on other growing overseas property markets.   Smart home development wanted in Mong Kok The Urban Renewal Authority (URA) has told developers to submit expressions of interest before next Wednesday for the development of a 14,951-square-foot project site at Reclamation Street/Shantung Street in Mong Kok. The project …

Tracy Lam - September 19, 2017

3 Top Countries for Happy Retirement

Planning your retirement? Wanting for a brand new place to live? You realize that you concern more about your health as you grow older, therefore the place you live when you retire cannot be highly polluted, adversely influencing your health condition. Also, since you are not working anymore and spending your saving from the past years, the lower the expenses, the …

Kiwiana Wong - May 10, 2017

3/2 News Roundup: Sino Land Won Central URA Project, Nam Cheong Cullinan West Open for Sale this Month

Sino Land Won Central URA Project Sino Land outbid more than 20 other developers to win the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) project on Peel Street in Central. The URA said it received a total of 22 tenders – the highest number on record for one of its redevelopment projects. The URA did not reveal the amount of Sino Land’s winning …

Tracy Lam - March 2, 2017

4/6 News Roundup: March Home Sales Rose 43.6%, Government Warning on Multi-flat Stamp Duty Loophole

March Home Sales Rose 43.6% Sales of residential units in the secondary and primary markets in March rose 43.6%, to 5,856, according to the Land Registry, whose data showed total transaction value for residential units alone was HK$50.4 billion last month, 38.2% higher than February. The number of transactions in the secondary market jumped 71% to 4,085 deals in March …

Tracy Lam - April 6, 2017

5 reasons why living in London is great

A lot of Hong Kongers are living in London, and even more students who had studied abroad in the UK ended up in the capital of the United Kingdom as well. Voted as the top city to visit by Tripadvisor for several years, what is so great about this city and why does everyone want to live there? Since I …

Nam Cheah - May 12, 2016

5 Reasons Why You Should Invest In Malaysia

Malaysia is the third largest economy in Southeast Asia after Indonesia and Thailand. It is now an upper middle income, export-oriented economy, with a vision of becoming a developed economy by 2020. 1. ONE BELT & ONE ROAD Malaysia has a lot to benefit from the OBOR project, as it will create tremendous opportunities in transportation, tourism, trade, and industrial …

Asif Ghafoor - November 25, 2016