12 September 2018 - OKAY.com’s Director (Residential Division) Andrea Adams Ott was featured on iCable’s Hong Kong property program “Property Outlook” (「樓盤傳真」) on 8 September 2018, where she showcased an apartment in Village Terrace 27-29, Happy Valley.
23 August 2018 - OKAY.com’s Director (Residential Division) Belinda Woo was featured on iCable’s Hong Kong property program “Property Outlook” (「樓盤傳真」) on 18 August 2018, where she showcased an apartment in Villas Sorrento, Pokfulam. The advertised 3 bed/3 bath unit is well-located along Mt Davis Road, with stunning sea and green views. Resident
8 August 2018 - OKAY.com property agent Ruby Suen appears on Property Outlook on iCable sharing the points to note when buying an apartment through company share transfer. 1. Check for hidden liabilities or litigation2. Overseas registered companies must be handled by international law firms3. The registered company needs to be
10 July 2018 - OKAY.com CEO Joshua Han Miller shares with 932 Magazine how the company's technology and its game-changing internal platform TITAN have sharped the industry.Click here to read the full article (only available in Chinese).
8 June 2018 - In an interview with China Daily, OKAY.com CEO Joshua Han Miller explains how the company's technology, coupled with its information-sharing and incentive-based culture, has given it a competitive edge. To further remedy the local imbalance in supply and demand, he also reveals OKAY.com's plans to focus more on developing advanced an
19 September 2017 - OKAY.com is pleased to announce the promotion of Lily Wong and Andrea Ott to the position of ‘Director – Residential Division’. The appointments follow a record year for the company.Lily Wong has been a respected figure in the Hong Kong real estate industry for over 30 years, having held senior positions in major luxury broker
15 September 2017 - Just as you finalize your flat or negotiate your new lease, you'll be compelled to talk about management fees. According to SCMP, management fees are reasonable in Hong Kong considering the benefits they provide tenants and landlords. People can expect to pay 10 percent of the total rental figure.As with property prices themse