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Yoho Town

Q & A with our experts, April 17, 2013

Q: I'm an expatriate from Europe. I plan to buy a flat in the Hong Kong Parkview estate for my own use. It will cost about HK$19 million. How much stamp duty do I need to pay and are there any other new rules I should be aware of?

Wednesday, 17 April, 2013, 5:31am

Q & A with our experts, April 10, 2013

Q: I'm renting a three-bedroom flat at City One Shatin. I'm interested in buying a flat in the district. However, the asking price of a similar flat is about HK$7 million, which is beyond my budget of about HK$5.5 million. Are there flats in the district that match my budget? If not, is it a good idea to buy a two-bedroom flat at City One Shatin?

10 Apr 2013 - 5:43am

Company digs deep to get residents into environment

Staying green has always been an element of living in Yuen Long's YoHo Town, which scooped up this year's Hong Kong Eco-Business Awards grand award for getting residents involved in innovative environmental activities.

20 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

In Brief

Vendor resists armed robbers

27 Apr 2007 - 12:00am

Creative selling enriches market

HK businesses are broadening their spectrum of promotions, from property to everyday products

HONG KONG'S ABILITY to keep pushing creativity to new levels is demonstrated every year in the entries received for the HKMA/TVB Award for Marketing Excellence.

19 Oct 2004 - 12:00am

Top marks for innovative YoHo campaign

Telling it like it is turns potentially dreary New Territories' apartments into lifestyle homes to be coveted

IN A PROPERTY-CRAZED CITY like Hong Kong, anyone who lives here must have seen thousands of ads selling properties. Most tell you no more than how big they are, what perks you get and how it makes you feel like you are living anywhere else but Hong Kong.

19 Oct 2004 - 12:00am

Discount YoHo flats to deepen price war

Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) is releasing the first batch of units at its YoHo Town project in Yuen Long at a low $1,560 per square foot, as the price war among developers intensifies.

3 Jul 2003 - 12:00am