Joshua Han Miller 孫漢忠CEO
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Biography

Joshua brings over 20 years of finance, strategy and real estate experience to OKAY.com. His focus is on building disruptive, scalable operations that empower Hong Kong real estate professionals to better serve their clients.
 
Since becoming CEO in 2011, Joshua’s commitment has been to use technology to build a superior real estate platform for home-seekers, property owners and agents alike.
 
"I start every day thinking about how we can do things better. The real estate market is fraught with inefficiencies that are avoidable. Information should be more readily available. Agents should work in an environment that creates the right incentives for transparency and professionalism. People should be able to see their agent as a trusted guide and partner in the process, not as a necessity without alternative.
 
We've built OKAY.com on superior technology that empowers agents with more information, raising the standards of professionalism and attracting the best agents in the industry. Our mobile platform gives our agents flexibility and the ability to respond faster to clients. They're more successful because of this, and their clients are the ultimate beneficiaries of a better way of engaging in real estate.
 
I love that we do things differently and have a terrific team focused on changing this industry for the betterment of all participants."
 
Prior to joining the company Joshua spent 5 years with OKAY.com's related entity, Asia Pacific Properties Ltd. ("APP"), a leading residential and corporate relocation firm in Hong Kong and China. At APP he ran the Commercial Real Estate Division and the overall operations of the group in Hong Kong and China. Joshua was also the Chairman of Asia Pacific Leadership Committee for the Worldwide ERC® (Employee Relocation Council, 2012-2014) and regularly speaks at conferences on the industry's trends. Joshua is on the Board of the Norwegian Chamber of Commerce.
 
Before moving into the real estate industry, Joshua was a Vice President with Morgan Stanley, where he spent 8 years working in the Global Capital Markets and Investment Banking divisions in Hong Kong and New York. Born in the U.S. (Hawaii) and raised in Hong Kong, Joshua obtained his MBA at the MIT Sloan School of Management, and his BA at Dartmouth College.
 
Joshua's other passions are enjoying time with his wife and children, fly-fishing, traveling to remote places and a great cup of coffee.
 
Joshua speaks English, Mandarin and Norwegian.

 

Articles

Does the Fed's Recent Interest Rate Cut Affect Hong Kong’s Property Market?

By Joshua Han Miller  26 August 2019 - On July 31, the US Federal Reserve cut interest rates for the first time in more than a decade, citing muted inflation, concerns about the global growth and trade uncertainty. Given we have already been in a (very) low interest rate environment for a decade (since the 2008 GFC), will this rate cut affect the Hong Kong real estate market?   The widely expected 0.25% rate cut to a range of 2.0-2.25% marks the end (or a pause in) of a U.S.
Aug 26 2019

OKAY.com CEO Joshua Miller Featured on Mid-levels Magazine

  8 August 2019 - In an interview with Mid-levels Magazine, OKAY.com CEO Joshua Miller shared his thoughts on rental trend in Hong Kong. here are some of the highlights:   Rents in Hong Kong have continued to inch upwards this year, fueled by broadly positive sentiment in the overall markets (including the financial markets).  We did see a brief abatement during the height of the extradition bill concerns driven by general uncertainty though this has largely passed.  
Aug 8 2019

Should People in Hong Kong be Investing in Property Amidst the Protests?

  2 August 2019 - The question of timing in terms of investing in real estate is always worth asking, though the answer is often elusive.  This is especially true in times of uncertainty – like the one Hong Kong is facing now.     The recent turmoil in Hong Kong – first sparked by political concerns and now developing into broader disruption – is difficult to assess in terms of risks to real estate. When the extradition bill and resulting protests first began, I posted an ar
Aug 2 2019
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