Explore OKAY.com’s latest property news and trends across the Hong Kong, China and Global property markets. With expert commentary and opinion, we keep you up to date on property happenings both near and far.
10 May 2019 - Whether you are moving to the southside for your children’s schooling or you like the relaxed vibe of the sunshine and beaches, you are now ready to explore. You may be living in the city for awhile now so this could be a big change for you and this would mean you are trading the convenience of instant shopping and MTR stops for mor
3 May 2019 - In Hong Kong, working out in gym is undoubtedly a come-in-handy thing as there are diversified fitness centers distributed in most districts. However, not everyone tends to run in an air-conditioned environment. Instead, they may want to take a breath of fresh air given that they have already working under the air-conditioning for the
17 April 2019 - With the first quarter of the year just behind us, it’s already been a roller coaster of a year. January saw a resurgence in global optimism, though that momentum has almost immediately come into question. Heightened political uncertainty in many parts of the world, combined with faltering corporate earnings have led many to expec
4 April 2019 - Hong Kong’s property market is ready to soar back in the Year of the Pig after a steady decline of 10-20% since August 2018. New single-block developments remain higher demand among young buyers. In March, Henderson Land has unveiled its brand new single-block development project, The Consonance, with a price range of HK$5.2 to HK$7
4 April 2019 - OKAY.com’s Director (Residential Division) Andrea Ott was featured on TVB’s Hong Kong property program “Closer Look At Property” (「樓市點睇」) on 1 April 2019, where she showcased an apartment in Cherry Crest, Mid-levels West.
29 March 2019 - OKAY.com’s agents Hiroko Byrne and Amelia Ng were featured on iCable’s Hong Kong property program “Property Outlook” (「樓盤傳真」) on 23 March 2019, where they showcased an apartment in Redhill Peninsula, Tai Tam.
5 March 2019 - There is a real laid-back, relaxed fishing village vibe in Sai Kung. Couples and families are moving into the neighbourhood in search of quality homes, open space and tranquillity, or perhaps a bit more space to raise their kids. While you may already be quite familiar with this favourite weekend getaway, these are 8 things to know
1 March 2019 - Kowloon station is one of the busiest transportation hubs in Yau Tsim Mong district. Not only does it connect Kowloon and Hong Kong Island, but it is also next to Austin station of the West Rail Line and the West Kowloon Terminus of Express Rail Link, allowing Hong Kong citizens and tourists to navigate around the city. Facilities
4 February 2019 - Since the early colonial days, the Mid-Levels has been the place of residence of government officials and the wealthy ones. Today, it is still an area where billionaires and celebrities alike choose to live, including Hong Kong actor Cheung Ka-Fai, Hong Kong’s former chief executive Tung Chee-Hwa, the family of the late Hang Seng
9 January 2019 - Mid-Levels West is an affluent residential area on the Island side – we all know that. But before moving to Mid-Levels West, these are a few things you may want to know. 1. World’s Longest Outdoor Escalator Built in 1993, the escalator starts at Queens Road Central and goes all the way up to the Mid-Levels, linking the busines