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Xuhui real estate and property markets have been considered to being compared with Shanghai’s core region of culture and education and economic growth, Xuhui was named after Chinese scholar-bureaucrat Xu Guangqi and his offspring. It is located at the southwestern area of Shanghai city. Many well-known integrated universities were situated here, such as Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Shanghai Normal University. The transportation is also well-developed inside the Xuhui district, people takes it easy to go to Minhang, Fengxian, Pudong New Area, Jinshan, Qingpu District.
Besides, Xuhui property market reflects its focus on the development of information technology, modern biomedicine, nanotechnology and new materials and other high-tech industries. The employment rate is high among the country. That’s why, living here could guarantee you with a good job opportunity. The average housing price is acceptable as you can enjoy coastal and hill panoramic views for a far more affordable rate than Shanghai and definitely better than Hong Kong. Rental return are also very high due to the high working population and high education level in this emerging property investment region in China.
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