AsiapropertyHQ.com is not licensed to deal with any property situated in Hong Kong. We are not an estate agent or salesperson.
AsiapropertyHQ.com helps property buyers better understand ownership rules, taxes and buying processes in Asia. We also provide information about projects, developers, real estate agencies and other relevant companies in Asia.
We have also helped both residential and commercial property investors connect with agencies and consultants in the region.
Our partner network covers specialized real estate agencies and consultants, primarily focused on foreign buyers. Our partners cover both residential and commercial property across the Asia Pacific region:
- The Philippines
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
Our readers can connect with our partners using the forms available on the website.
We’re always looking for new partners to add to our network. We’re primarily looking for companies that are specialized in a certain property class and country.
Is AsiaPropertyHQ.com a real estate agency?
No, we are not a real estate agency. We provide articles, videos, webinars, ebooks, courses, and other online media for Asia property investors. However, our partner network covers real estate agencies and consultants in Asia.
How does your business model work?
We receive a commission from our real estate partners when someone using our contact forms decides to buy property through one of our partners. We also offer advertising services to real estate agencies and property developers.
Do AsiapropertyHQ.com offer any guarantees or insurance for property buyers?
No, we don’t offer any kind of insurance or compensation, due to losses caused by the agency, developer, banks, government or any other party that may be involved in the buying process. All transactions are subject to the terms agreed upon by the buyer and their real estate agency/consultant. We have no direct insight into the agreed terms or the process.
What risks should I be aware of before buying property in Asia?
a. Developers may go bankrupt, thus halting ongoing construction. Real estate agencies and other service providers may also go bankrupt or suspend operations for other reasons.
b. Land ownership disputes, and other disputes that may involve national governments, banks, developers and other entities.
c. Changes in national foreign property ownership laws
e. Currency fluctuations
g. Capital controls and changes in capital control regulations
Where can I find your Terms of Service?
Follow this link to read our Terms of Service.