Hong Kong Luxury Homes and villas

As a global financial and commercial center, Hong Kong has established its corporate role with other high quality and livability indexes as well. Hong Kong has also been hailed as “the Pearl of the Orient” and the “New York of Asia”. 

It is one of the most sought after locations for investment due to its unparalleled proximity to the mainland, Common Wealth law, and English speaking atmosphere. Its economic stability, openness of free market and transparency of market regulations are comparatively superior to other Asian countries. Being a mixture of the East and the West, it owns a unique style for the architecture and design. Hong Kong luxury flats could be seen in different shapes or sizes. 

It tends to build myriad of skyscrapers favoring the surrounding views. Hong Kong could certainly furnish you with an advanced lifestyle for enjoyment. The Hong Kong property market has shown dramatic increases over the last 20 years and there is no end in sight to the property market continuing to deliver high returns.

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An unemployed mainlander accused of attempting to burglarize the house of HK billionaire Li Ka Shing, charges were successfully withdrawn.

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Li Ka-shing confident in future of Hong Kong property market

Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing voiced strong confidence on Wednesday in the prospects of the city’s real estate market.

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Hong Kong buyers seek smaller units

he new build residential real estate market in Hong Kong remained robust in December with small to medium sized units continuing to be sought after.