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Help to Buy | The UK government helps you get a property with 5% down

Since April 1, 2021, the British government has implemented a new Help to Buy homeownership assistance policy, which aims to help legal residents in the UK, especially young people who are first-time homebuyers. The program will run for two years, with applications due in March 2023. The policy target is not limited to British citizens, and anyone with a legal residence visa (including BN(O) Visa) can apply.

Help to Buy Program

The Help to Buy (HTB) program is divided into different schemes to suit the needs and circumstances of different homebuyers as below:

  1. Equity Loan
  2. New Buy
  3. Mortgage Guarantee

Therefore, it is important to find out which option is best for you before choosing a Help to Buy program. Among them, the Equity Loan scheme is the most widely applicable home purchase assistance program, so we will focus on it in this article. This policy aims to give appropriate subsidies that help young people to buy their own houses more easily.

“Equity Loan” scheme

This scheme is specifically for first-time buyers with no real estate experience, when purchasing property valued at less than £600,000 (standards vary by region, with a maximum amount of £600,000 in London). By applying for HTB, home buyers themselves need to pay a down payment of 5% of the house price. The government helps homebuyers by providing a housing subsidy, covering 40% of the house price within the London area (20% for other areas). Interest is waived for the first 5 years, and the government will levy 1.75% interest from the 6th year. After that, the interest rate will be adjusted according to the Retail Prices Index every year. Homebuyers have 25 years to repay the loan when the loan term ends or when it is sold.

Applicant qualifications

To apply for the Help to Buy program, the following conditions must be met:

  1. 18 years or older
  2. First time home buyer (never bought any property worldwide)
  3. British Citizen, Permanent Resident or Legal Resident with Visa (including BN(O) Visa)

Restriction of HTB

Although the Help to Buy program is attractive, it has some restriction:

  1. Only for newly completed properties
  2. The total price of real estate in England cannot exceed £600,000 (in Wales, it cannot exceed £300,000). The purchase of a house can only be used for self-occupation and cannot be rented out.
  3. A down payment of 5% of the property value is required
  4. Before selling the house, you must the remaining amount of the Equity Loan to the government (including Interest, etc.)

Before investing, you should fully understand the policies and trends of a country, and then make the right choice. Besides browsing the official UK website to find properties available for purchase with Help to Buy (equity loan), remember to follow us for more information regarding UK real estate.

If you want to invest in UK real estate, remember to follow us for more information. We want to help you make smarter real estate investments. Because before investing, you should fully understand the policies and trends of a country, and then choose the right choice.

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Hong Kong Immigration | UK vs Canada – Which to choose?

In recent years, the United Kingdom and Canada announced plans to facilitate immigration, inciting many Hong Konger to consider immigrating to these two places. However, many people may be rather unfamiliar with these two countries and cultures. In order to help you make decisions and adapt to a new life, we will compare the differences between Canada and the United Kingdom in terms of weather, hospitality, and entertainment factors.

Weather

The weather in Canada is relatively dry, and the four seasons are distinct. When it comes to dry weather, remember to choose some skin care products with strong moisturizing effects when living in Canada.

The weather in the UK is unpredictable and it rains all year round. The sun could be shining at one moment, and the next minute it may be pouring rain (kind of reminds one of Hong Kong, eh?). Therefore, raincoats and waterproof jackets are a must. In addition, the environment is relatively humid, similar to Hong Kong.

Hospitality

Canada is an immigrant country and features a variety of Asian populations, so it is less prone to discrimination. Moreover, after 1997, a large number of Hong Kong people immigrated to Canada, usually living in Vancouver and Toronto, which are the largest settlements of overseas Hong Kong Chinese.

In comparison, the UK has always suffered from a severe problem of xenophobia. In certain pockets of the community, it can be difficult for Asians to integrate. However, as more and more Hong Kongers have immigrated to the UK in the past few years, it’s becoming easier for them to find their tribe and fit in.

Entertainment

Canada is a vast land with four distinct seasons, and activities are mainly outdoors and related to nature. For example, you can enjoy flower-watching in spring, row boats on the lake in summer, watch maple leaves in autumn, and skii down snowy slopes in winter. Outdoor sports include hiking, basketball, cycling, etc.

In contrast, the UK has a stronger artistic inflection, and there are many cultural and artistic activities for the community to engage in or enjoy. These include visiting museums and enjoying musicals. Unlike Canada, where one finds an emphasis on outdoor activities, the UK can perfectly cater to those that seek to explore their minds indoors.

Conclusion

The UK and Canada each have their own advantages and you should choose the country that suits you based on your lifestyle and preferences. Besides the weather, hospitality and entertainment, there are more factors that you should consider. To learn more about the UK lifestyle, watch Cost of Living 2022|The UK vs. Hong Kong.

Whether or not you choose the UK or Canada as the next place to look for an overseas property, we hope these points help clarify what aspects of a country you should be clear about before investing in property. There is no one size fits all answer. 

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China Market Overview | Which counties affected the most?

Through the past years, China tried to tighten housing policies to prevent capital outflow, such as making the process of second hand mortgage loans reasonable. This prevents a large amount of the middle class people from selling their assets in the country to move out to foreigner countries. 

As policies are established, the price of housing in China polarizes quickly, prices of housing start going different directions, but in common, volume in trades drop. First tier cities such as Beijing and Shenzhen continue rising, and second tier cities start to fluctuate, and third, fourth and fifth tier cities face a heavy drop. From the graph below about 2018-2021 10 biggest cities Central business districts second hand housing price rise (%), we can see that Nanjing and Guangzhou City is where the new rich goes, while Guangzhou and Shenzhen City have more young blood flowing in. Cities that might bring your attention are Tianjin City, which has a negative price growth on small and medium housing units; Shenzhen, which is experiencing negative price growth on big housing units, Wuhan, experiencing negative growth from all, and Chongqing, experiencing negative growth on medium and large housing.

Considering geographical and financial factors, we can make some hypotheses on why these cities listed above have such differences in terms of growth in big, medium and small types of housing price.

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Nanjing

As one of the new first tier cities, Nanjing is different from Wuhan and Chongqing. With a special geographical location, mostly low mountains and hills and close to the Yangtze River, it has always been an important political place in Chinese history, so that businessmen or members of the political system would settle in Nanjing. Coupled with the current reduction in mortgage interest rates and the acceleration of bank lending, many investors have also taken action. This explains why Nanjing has such a huge growth in the price of large size housing. 

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Guangzhou

The development of Guangzhou could be seen in the eyes of all, in comparison to other first tier cities, Guangzhou has a lower living cost, and the environment is not that competitive, this is unsurprising that it has had steady growth in these three years. 

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Tianjin

Tianjin is one of the cities with negative growth of small and medium-sized housing in the past three years, which is in line with Beijing’s poverty alleviation policy. Due to the high housing prices in Beijing, many young people are looking for opportunities to work in Beijing, but because the rent and housing are too expensive, they will rent in cities close to Beijing and Tianjin. In recent years, we can see that young people in Tianjin have decided to return to their hometowns due to factors such as the epidemic, which has led to the collapse of small and medium-sized housing transactions.

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Shenzhen 

Shenzhen now reflects China’s overall wealth differentiation, with a large middle class and low-income grassroots, so small and medium-sized housing is showing positive growth. The failure to clear customs to Hong Kong has also led to negative growth in housing prices for large units, which can be understood as the wealthy who sold some of their assets and moved to Hong Kong.

Conclusion

Overall, investing in Chinese real estate is now a really risky move, as policies really affect how the trend goes. Whether or not you choose China as the next place to look for an overseas property, we hope these points help clarify what aspects of a country you should be clear about before investing in property. There is no one size fits all answer. 

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PropTech 2022: Why invest in PropTech Startups?

Today on Denzity Insights, we talk to HKPTA member James Kwan – executive chairman of Jumpstart Media. He’ll give us his take on investing in PropTech Startups, integrating innovation into your business and how PropTech is going to shape the future.

Watch the video above and stick to the very end to catch every drop of his forward-thinking wisdom! Here we’ve highlighted some points from his most poignant insights.

What to look for when investing in PropTech Startups


James admits that PropTech is a new frontier even when it comes to tech innovation, when compared to areas like FinTech and HealthTech. His premier advice for investors is to connect with real estate developers, property owners and asset managers – people who are on the lookout for a big change in the future. It’s a good idea to align with organizations like Hong Kong PropTech Association to see how the local community can help you and inform you.

Popular tech sectors and innovations; Denzity.io

Why you should invest in PropTech

“Out of any country in the world, I think there’s more reason for people in Hong Kong to look at PropTech,” James asserts. He cites our exorbitant real estate prices as one example. As the times change – with recent trade wars and changing economic stances – it’s important to update your “game”, instead of merely sitting on property.

How PropTech could transform Hong Kong

James believes PropTech has the potential to be a big part of Hong Kong’s tech landscape, especially since players in the property world have the money to invest. Already, things are changing. 

Sanitization Robots by Rice Robotics; K11 Musea

When you walk into K11 Musea, you might spot a sanitization robot by Rice Robotics chugging along; K11 Musea add to that UV lighted elevators, AI mask detection machinery and many other technologies. These weren’t on the minds of investors even just a few years ago, but might be the key to staying competitive globally.

Keep up with the Times

Whether it be investors, property developers, large corporations or entrepreneurs, James’ key takeaway is the importance of integrating innovation into the business unit to keep up with the times and push society forward!

Watch our other episodes on the HKPTA here and here.

About the guest

James Kwan is the Executive Chairman at Jumpstart, an Innovation as a Service (IaaS) company that connects the innovation community globally. He also serves as a board member of the Hong Kong PropTech Assocation. The association consists of a team of professionals, experts and entrepreneurs from various industries such as PropTech, media, Real Estate and Finance. Their goal is to create a collaborative ecosystem that brings together property developers, investors, and emerging PropTech startups. They are dedicated to foster communication, drive innovation agenda within the property industry, and encourage technology-enabled solutions to improve lives, businesses, cities, and the environment.

Contacts:

Website – https://www.hkproptech.org
LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/hkproptech/
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/hkproptech/
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What do you need to prepare for pet immigration?

As expected for most people who love pets, they Immigrate with pets everywhere. However, immigration with pets is not the easiest task. There is a lot of paperwork to deal with before boarding your flight and nobody wants to deal with that last minute. Here is a step by step guide on how you can prepare yourself for the UK pet immigration without hassle.

Preparation before booking your flight

Surprisingly, the UK has strict regulation on even the most minute things such as the routes you take when travelling. So always check here to see if the flight you’re planning on booking is approved by the UK government for pet travel. However, during the booking stages of your journey, the people that you would like to check with the most are airline companies, call your respective airline company or go to their website and check with their policies on pet immigration, sometimes they would require separate paperwork that the UK government may not necessarily need, it’s always better to be safe rather than sorry.

Requirements for immigrating

The UK requires you to have the following documents ready for your pet to immigrate:

  1. Complete the pet transfer residency declaration form, which indicates that you do not intend to sell or transfer the pet you plan to immigrate.
  2. Provide a valid health certificate from a registered veterinarian stating that the pet is free from rabies or other diseases 24 hours to 120 hours before entering the UK.
  3. Hold a valid vaccination record to prove that the pet has been vaccinated against rabies at least 21 days before the required.
  4. Implant International Chips for your pet’s microchipping.

If you have any uncommon animals, like rabbit, it is advised that you go to the UK government’s website to check if there are any additional requirements for your pet during the process. 

Training for travel

As pet owners, we always want our pets in the most comfortable positions possible, and I think it goes without saying that throwing one of them into a tiny enclosed space for extensive periods of time would be damaging to their mental health, something that we should try to avoid. Which is why you need to train your pets to get used to these spaces. Purchase the crate that you are planning on using a few weeks beforehand. When first bringing your pet into the crate, put their favourite mat or rug in the crate and keep the door open at all times. The key is to reward them with treats when they are in the crate so that they can begin to grasp the concept of confinement. After a while, try closing the gate for short periods of time so that they can get even more used to the environment, and incrementally increase the periods of time they are in the crate just to more accurately simulate the situation on flight. 

Conclusion

Pets don’t need to be quarantined after boarding a plane to the UK. Pet immigration seems like an impossible feat to a lot of us. However, we here at Denzity want to make this process as convenient as possible. We are sure that this guide would be able to help you miles in your immigration.

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Cost of Living 2022|The UK vs. Hong Kong

With Hong Kong’s inflated property prices and UK’s affordability on the rise, it is more crucial than ever to budget your cost of living. Which option is cheaper? We’ll be examining housing, food expenses, transportation and taxation to find out!

Watch the video above to take a deeper look at each category with us. Here’s a quick summary of our breakdown.

Housing, Rent & Utilities – Go for the UK!

Using a one-bedroom apartment as the benchmark, we can consider two options.

  1. Rental – on average, it would cost you 17, 800 HKD per month in Hong Kong, 600 dollars less than the 18, 600 HKD you would have to fork up in the UK.
  1. Property Purchase – the average property price tag in Hong Kong is DOUBLE that of the UK at 24, 600 HKD per square ft. compared to 12, 000 HKD per square feet respectively.

However, rent and utility prices in the UK vary largely depending on location. Rent in the city center tends to be expensive, while utility prices in rural areas may be higher as facilities tend to be sparser.

Food, Groceries & Restaurants – Depends on Your Lifestyle!

If you choose to cook for yourself, you’ll spend 65.7% more on groceries in Hong Kong than in the UK as Hong Kong imports most of its meats & greens.

In contrast, almost 70% of British land is used for agricultural purposes so you have a wide selection of supermarkets to choose from, and competition keeps prices down.

2000 to 2016 Local Production of Vegetables in Hong Kong; Legislative Council

But what if you were to eat at a restaurant, an average meal in Hong Kong would cost you only 60 HKD, whereas one in the UK would burn a whooping 140 dollar hole in your wallet.

Transportation – It’s a Draw!

Public transport is almost 40% cheaper in Hong Kong but owning a car is a whole different story.

While vehicle prices are similar in both places, petrol in Hong Kong costs 5 dollars more per liter than in the UK. On top of that, it’s just much harder and more expensive to park in Hong Kong.

Taxation & Hidden Costs – Tied Again!

Hong Kong has one of the lowest taxation rates in the world. The standard salary tax stands at only 15%.

Income tax rate in the UK on the other hand STARTS at 20%, with the ability to go up to 40% or even 45% depending on individual income. 

Tax Bands in the UK 2021 to 2022; gov.uk

The caveat is that Hong Kong has a so-called “Hidden Tax” because what you save in taxation merely bleeds away into payments on expensive rent and housing mortgage costs.

Make the Right Decisions

It’s important to consider your lifestyle and income when making the decision to move to a new country. Watch the video above to get a detailed view!


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Why you should invest in Salford

When you ask the people where to invest in the UK, the general opinion is always London. However, we recommended you take a look at Salford, which is located in Manchester in Northern England. In recent years, Salford has continued to develop, creating a large number of job opportunities, the overall labor power and housing demand is increasing, with convenient transportation, it is definitely the best choice for investment.

Convenient

Geographically speaking, Salford is very close to big cities like Manchester. This strong link to a major city implies its prowess in reach. Transportation is made easy because of this linkage. Starting from Salford Central Railway Station, one stop to Victoria Station (Manchester’s transport hubs), and then transfer to Light Rail. Then you could easily reach Manchester’s Chinatown, Soho’s Northern Quarter, Spinningfields and shopping districts. Convenience means that you are allowed to live in further areas, while still being able to come in contact with modern society. This is something that the general public desires, and in other words, something that would be worth investing in.

Job Opportunities and strong signs of development

Up and coming businesses are always tight on money, as such, saving whenever they can is something that companies want to do when starting out. Thus why London is out of the picture. Unless you have a large stream of revenue to begin with, London just isn’t worth it anymore. As such, places such as Salford are slowly creeping into the eyes of startups. With good connections to the city while being far enough for lower standards of living is more than desirable. As more and more companies move into Salford, it would evolve into a central business district of its own. Even now, Salford is home to over 8700 businesses and employs more than 127000 people, with big name companies such as Talktalk and Vodafone. Being this top business hotspot, Salford is soon to see more growth as it becomes more and more business centric. 

Rise in reward

By the end of the day, what matters more is numbers. As smart investors, we are used to hearing promising investment opportunities that somehow lay flat. Which is why we need numbers, concrete data to back our investments up. According to data from the British Government’ HM Land Registry, starting from March 1, 2020, the overall average residential property price in Salford will be approximately 170,000 pounds (1.62 million Hong Kong dollars), an increase of 1.53% month-on-month and year-on-year. It recorded an increase of 2.92%.  In terms of long-term appreciation, London property prices have not risen as much as Salford, Manchester or even Greater Manchester.

Conclusion

We believe that there are a lot of hidden hotspots in the UK, for example Salford and Liverpool. Sometimes, it’s easier to look for what everyone trusts. However, going against the norm is what we as Denzity also believe in. Just because most people believe in something doesn’t mean the savvy investor has to follow.

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Denzity 2021 Wrap-Up

Denzity 2021 Wrap-Up

Denzity completes another year of operations in 2021, finding success in many different avenues of content creation. product development and presence in the PropTech space. Watch the video below to catch up with all that has happened this year!

It’s been a long, but fruitful journey since Denzity’s inception and we would like to thank all of you for coming along for the ride.

Our Content

While we started with simple zoom chats over different property markets and PropTech concepts, we have come a long way to shooting high-production videos and inviting many different guests (KOLs like Jo Lam, Andrea So, Larry Hung) to discuss topics related to Real Estate and beyond – PropTech, digital marketing, funding and financing.

Our Product

Along the way, we’ve heard your feedback and those of our peers/advisers. We’ve come closer and closer to shaping what our product is going to be (don’t tell anyone, but we’ll be launching it very soon in 2022!). Here’s a hint: there’s been a dearth of efficient and accurate information online when it comes to property purchases and we want to solve that issue for investors and homebuyers by providing them with a real-estate focused media and search platform!

PropTech

Our CEO and founder Darren Wong has been involved heavily in the PropTech scene, first founding the Hong Kong PropTech Institute and publishing the white paper “PropTech Landscape in Hong Kong.” Towards the end of the year, he signed onto the Hong Kong PropTech Association to help with research and content creation.

Our Thanks

Our deepest gratitude goes out to the entire team at Denzity, Bryan (our resident art director and Darren’s brother), our advisors such as Akina, and all the friends supporting us from the sidelines. Thank you so much!

Watch the video to catch every single detail and hear from Darren directly!


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Tried of WFH?|Hong Kong’s Co-working space is thriving again?

On the last Denzity Insights episode of 2021, we sit down with Tinnie from The Center Space. She tells us about the current state of coworking spaces, how she runs Hong Kong’s highest co-working office and the future of work arrangements! Let’s dive right in.

The Center Space first opened its doors to professionals in August. Since then, they have come a long way. Here’s a quick summary of our discussion with Tinnie!

What do you think of the impact Covid has had on coworking spaces?

According to Tinnie, business has been booming, and the space has managed to reach 90% occupancy in under four months. The factors driving demand are employees looking to work away from home after being cooped up for 2 years and businesses that seek hybrid work solutions to facilitate a variety of team compositions. Flexible lease terms mean that someone can rent a facility for simply a month or purchase an entire year’s usage.

What does the Center Space do differently compared to other coworking spaces?

A key attraction is the Center Spaces’ location, perched as it is atop The Center, on the 76th floor. Members can oversee the city sprawled out beneath them. Tinnie explains that the space also provides a sense of spaciousness and community as its 24,000m2 area holds fewers desks than its competitors, whereas 30% of the floor map belongs to communal spaces.

How have you designed the place for the experience you want to provide to customers?

The thinking behind The Center Space’s design is to provide the customer with a hotel-style experience. As Tinnie exclaims, one shouldn’t feel that they’re in an office space, but a hotel or business lounge. Even their hiring was geared towards this goal, as the Center’s employees all come from a hospitality background and 5-star hotels.

Conclusion

Watch the entire video to catch Tinnie’s exact thoughts.

About the guest:

Tinnie Choi,Head of Sales and Operations

Tinnie Choi is the Head of Sales and Operations at The Center Space, a versatile workspace located at the heart of Central that combines functionality & design. In the months since the Center’s launch, she has been helping a lot of businesses from start-ups to established enterprises by providing them with customized workspace solutions. The Center Space provides many different servies such as hot desks, various office space configurations, virtual office set-ups, event spaces and much more. To best engage with her clients, Tinnie prefers greeting them on the 76/F at The Center and discussing their business needs over a nice cup of Barista coffee.

Connect with Guest

Contact Number: 2163 7688

Email Address : growth@thecenterspace.co

Official Website – www.thecenterspace.co

LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-center-space


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