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Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a colorful, chaotic, fantastic place to live and work. This cosmopolitan city and tropical paradise is the best place for expats to advance their careers. Especially when non – residents generally have similar rights and regulations as local residents. One major difference by property buying that non - residents need to look out for is the Buyer Stamp Duty (BSD), where non-Hong Kong Permanent Residents are required to pay an extra 15% of the market value of the property within 30 days of the chargeable document.

Hong Kong is a strong real estage market. Hong Kong´s residential property market has risen relentlessly for several years. From 2008 to 2013, house prices skyrocketed by 134% (95.7% inflation-adjusted), driven higher by a flood of money from developed markets´ central banks in the wake of the global financial crisis. However, the market slowed sharply in the first half of 2014, with house prices rising only by 2.9%, due to government cooling measures. But the housing market bounced back quickly in the first half of 2015. Hong Kong’s currency peg to the dollar kept borrowing costs near record lows, fuelling continued property demand.

Year 2016 will provide a good buying opportunity, as prices have slumped almost 10 percent since September 2015 and may fall another 20 percent in 2016. Property buying can be excellent investment as Hong Kong’s rental market is consistently part of the world’s most expensive rentals.