Hong Kong Property

[Infographic] 5 most expensive homes in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is notorious for its expensive homes, but how much do you know about the 5 most expensive homes in Hong Kong’s history? Well, let’s play detective here and consider our options for a minute. The most expensive area is likely to be Hong Kong Island, although we do occasionally get expensive individual houses in Kowloon and New Territories. …

Asif Ghafoor - June 22, 2015

[Infographic] The real life Hong Kong Monopoly: let’s face the harsh reality

Photo Credit: Justin Cheuk I believe everybody knows the board game Monopoly. A childhood game that we grow up with, we are all familiar with its concept of buying land, building houses or hotels and collecting rent. The ultimate winner is crowned when someone finally declares bankruptcy and the rest tallied up whoever has assembled the most wealth. You are …

Asif Ghafoor - January 22, 2016

[Infographic] What property can you buy with $39,000,000 HKD?

We’re all familiar with the sky high property prices in Hong Kong – sometimes you’ve gotta wonder whether it’s worth spending all that money to live in a shoe-box apartment. Apparently the new development called The Arch located in West Kowloon costs around $39,000,000 HKD. With that huge sum of money, let’s see what can you afford to buy in the …

Asif Ghafoor - July 27, 2015

[Infographic] What property can you buy with $4,099,999 HKD?

Living in Hong Kong can get pretty crowded, which is why some people prefer to live in the New Territories for cheaper rent and a larger living space. On average, an apartment at Tai Po Centre costs around $4,099,999 HKD, but with that amount of money, you could buy a big house in New Zealand or a beach house in Thailand! We …

Asif Ghafoor - July 28, 2015

[Infographic] What property can you buy with $8,800,000 HKD?

Living on Hong Kong Island can be very convenient, but would you rather spend $8,800,000 HKD buying an apartment at Provident Centre or a villa in Argentina? It might not be as much as $39,000,000HKD and more than $4,099,999,999HKD, but the truth is that it is still not going to get you more than 713 square feet 3-bedroom flat. No wonder …

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[Video] King’s Cube may look like a serviced apartment, but it’s actually a sad little subdivided unit

Subdivided apartment. Those who live in Hong Kong are no stranger to this term. It isn’t like most Hong Kong apartments are small enough as it is, the fact that many of these are further subdivided into barely walk-able rooms that offers nothing more than a place to sleep. Sham Shui Po is a district where such subdivided apartments are …

Asif Ghafoor - July 14, 2015

【Where to Buy and Rent?】Why Tai Po District is especially marvellous?

Tai Po District, with an area of some 14,800 hectares in the northeast New Territories, is the second largest administrative district in Hong Kong. This new town of Tai Po now prospers with exciting shopping malls and a variety of shops; whilst its proximity lies the focal point of local manufacturing and service industries – Tai Po Industrial Estates. Outside …

Asif Ghafoor - November 15, 2017