Monthly Archives: March 2015

Rediscovering the Studio in Hong Kong

Rediscovering the Studio in Hong Kong In a city where space is a premium, clever designers are making the most of the space available to them by creating multi functional open plan designs that can convert from Living Room to Bedroom to Office.  If you’re new to Hong Kong and desperately searching for a place […]

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Qi Homes Appointed Agent of Exclusive Townhouse on the Peak

Qi Homes is pleased to announce they have been appointed agent for exclusive townhouse on the Peak   The exclusive residences are located on  LUGARD ROAD, an exceptional peak location surrounded by low rise individual houses and townhomes.  This home features large reception rooms perfect for entertaining as well as offering multiple outdoor spaces from […]

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Hong Kong Property Mortgage Applications Increase

The number of Hong Kong Property Mortgage Applications Increase up by 22.8% in January 2015 increased month-on-month by 22.8% to 13,608. Reports the Hong Kong Monetary Authority On 27th Feb 2015 Mortgage loans approved in January 2015 increased by 21.4% compared with December 2014 to HK$30.3 billion.  Among these, mortgage loans financing primary market transactions […]

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Hong Kong Goverment Amends Mortgage Insurance Program “MIP”

Hong Kong Government Amends Mortgage Insurance Program “MIP” on Friday to coincide with with changes in the current mortgage loan to value ratios. Refer to our blog https://www.qi-homes.com/blog/hong-kong-government-imposes-new-cooling-measures-to-dampen-property-market Under the current system The Hong Kong Mortgage Corporation Limited (HKMC) provides MIP coverage for mortgage loans starting at 60% loan-to-value (“LTV”) on owner-occupied residential mortgage lending for properties valued below HK$7 […]

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Hong Kong Government Imposes New Cooling Measures to Dampen Property Market

The Hong Kong Government has taken additional steps by  Imposing New Cooling Measures to Dampen Property Market. The news announced by the Hong Kong Monetary Association on Friday see changes to the the loan-to-value ratio for mortgages on residential properties costing less than HK$7 million is capped at 60 per cent, down from the previous […]

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