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Our DB Divas profiled in AroundDB

4 September 2015 - Our fantastic Discovery Bay team was featured in the September issue of Around DB magazine, sharing how they came to settle in the family-friendly district and why they joined OKAY.com. Each of these real estate agents has a diverse professional background and remarkable language skills; the team boasts entrepreneurs, an economi

OKAY.com Selected as Best Property Agent Website

5 May 2015 - OKAY.com is pleased to announce its win for 'Best Property Agent Website' at Squarefoot's Best of the Best Awards 2015 as determined by an expert judging panel and public vote. As one of Hong Kong’s leading property media brands, Squarefoot aims to celebrate the highest levels of achievement and recognize and commemorate MNCs and indi

i-Cable news discusses the online property business model and real estate market with Peter Churchouse and Joshua Han Miller

02 March 2015 – The Hong Kong government recently released a new round of mortgage-tightening measures, claiming an overheated property market requires further cooling measures; yet no solutions were suggested in the 2015-16 budget to directly suppress the soaring property prices.  i-Cable news interviewed Joshua Han Miller, CEO of OKAY.com and Pe

Torbjörn Martin Dimblad set to be a key tech driver in OKAY.com's next stage of growth

HONG KONG, February 12 2015 OKAY.com is excited to introduce Torbjörn Martin Dimblad as Chief Technology Officer.  After establishing a career abroad across North America, Asia and most recently Scandinavia, Torbjörn returns to Hong Kong to share his expertise and forward the growth at OKAY.com.  “I’m incredibly excited by how OKAY.com is changing

OKAY.com CEO in Yahoo Finance: "Purchase ahead of a continued recovery and look longer term"

17 December 2014 - Joshua Han Miller, CEO of OKAY.com, was recently interviewed by Yahoo Finance about his views on the current property market. He expects market activity to continue to increase in the short to intermediate term amidst fluctuations. “The end of the US bond purchase program is a sign of economic stability and recovery.  We’ve seen

OKAY.com featured in iMoney for its innovative business model

21 November 2014 - Joshua Han Miller, CEO of OKAY.com, discussed in an interview with iMoney how the company was established during hard times in the Hong Kong property market, with its disruptive business model standing out from the crowd. Despite the government’s property cooling measures, OKAY.com’s revenue recorded a spectacular increase of 15

OKAY.com Board Chairman to be Keynote Speaker at 11th Annual Women of Influence Conference & Awards

12 November 2014 - Beverly L W Sunn, Board Chairman of OKAY.com and Founder & President of Asia Pacific Properties will deliver the Opening Keynote address at the 11th Annual Women of Influence Conference & Awards to be held at the Four Seasons Hong Kong on 14 November 2014. The theme of this year’s event is “Evolution”, with the session set to fo

From Top 100 Asia Winner to Global Finalist

7 November 2014 – OKAY.com today announced that it has been selected as a candidate for Red Herring's 2014 Top 100 Global award, a prestigious recognition honoring the year’s most audacious and far-reaching private technology companies and entrepreneurs from across the globe. Earlier this year, OKAY.com was recognized by Red Herring as one of the

International Real Estate Expert Martina Ebert joins OKAY.com

HONG KONG, 30 October 2014 OKAY.com is pleased to welcome international real estate expert Martina Ebert, who joins the team as an Associate Director – Residential Division. Martina brings a decade of real estate experience, spanning markets across Hong Kong, Thailand, Macau, and her native Germany.  An established industry leader in the sales and

High property prices will not continue and there is no need for additional cooling measures

4 September 2014 - [Translated from HKET] As property prices are on the rise, the market is concerned about whether the government will impose additional cooling measures. Joshua Miller, CEO of OKAY.com, thinks that the government does not need to impose additional measures, since existing transaction volumes are low, and property prices would not