The British Consulate General in Admiralty, Hong Kong. Hongkongers are buying up UK homes after the UK government eased the path to permanent residency for BN(O) passport holders in July. Photo: Sam Tsang The British Consulate General in Admiralty, Hong Kong. Hongkongers are buying up UK homes after the UK government eased the path to permanent residency for BN(O) passport holders in July. Photo: Sam Tsang
The British Consulate General in Admiralty, Hong Kong. Hongkongers are buying up UK homes after the UK government eased the path to permanent residency for BN(O) passport holders in July. Photo: Sam Tsang
Raymond Chong
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Raymond Chong

For BN(O) passport holders, the rising star of Southeast England is a great relocation option

  • Reading town makes up for its tiny size with excellence in education records on national stage
  • Property prices along the Crossrail project operated by MTR of Hong Kong have surged since the project was approved in 2009

The British Consulate General in Admiralty, Hong Kong. Hongkongers are buying up UK homes after the UK government eased the path to permanent residency for BN(O) passport holders in July. Photo: Sam Tsang The British Consulate General in Admiralty, Hong Kong. Hongkongers are buying up UK homes after the UK government eased the path to permanent residency for BN(O) passport holders in July. Photo: Sam Tsang
The British Consulate General in Admiralty, Hong Kong. Hongkongers are buying up UK homes after the UK government eased the path to permanent residency for BN(O) passport holders in July. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Raymond Chong

Raymond Chong

Raymond Chong is chief executive officer at mortgage referral brokerage firm StarPro Agency