A Union flag flies from a pole as construction cranes stand near skyscrapers in London. Hongkongers have bought more than 7,000 homes in the UK since China imposed a security law in Hong Kong on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse A Union flag flies from a pole as construction cranes stand near skyscrapers in London. Hongkongers have bought more than 7,000 homes in the UK since China imposed a security law in Hong Kong on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse
A Union flag flies from a pole as construction cranes stand near skyscrapers in London. Hongkongers have bought more than 7,000 homes in the UK since China imposed a security law in Hong Kong on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse
Raymond Chong
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Raymond Chong

For Hongkongers, a trusted developer is key when pursuing a dream home in the UK market

  • Buyers should make sure that stage payments and a watertight legal agreement are in place. It is advisable to appoint your own lawyer, rather than accepting one recommended by the developer
  • Hold the money in escrow until stage payment conditions have been met

A Union flag flies from a pole as construction cranes stand near skyscrapers in London. Hongkongers have bought more than 7,000 homes in the UK since China imposed a security law in Hong Kong on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse A Union flag flies from a pole as construction cranes stand near skyscrapers in London. Hongkongers have bought more than 7,000 homes in the UK since China imposed a security law in Hong Kong on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse
A Union flag flies from a pole as construction cranes stand near skyscrapers in London. Hongkongers have bought more than 7,000 homes in the UK since China imposed a security law in Hong Kong on June 30. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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