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Asia dominated the list of the world's most expensive property markets. Hong Kong held its position as the most expensive city for the fifth consecutive year, while Singapore came in second and Shanghai was ranked third.

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According to the report, the average price of a home in Hong Kong in 2019 is more than $1.2 million. High demand and short supply have driven property prices to "unaffordable" levels in recent years, with the territory planning to build an $80 billion artificial island to help fix the crisis.

"In general, we are seeing house price growth slow across our cities as we move towards the end of a long property cycle," Jennet Siebrits, head of residential research at CBRE UK, said in a press release Thursday. "We expect increasing interest rates to be affecting cities in the U.S., and various cooling measures (to be) affecting the Asia Pacific region."

There are 4 categories of stamp duty when buying a residential property in Hong Kong; Ad Valorem Stamp Duty (Original AVSD), New Ad Valorem Stamp Duty (New AVSD), Buyers Stamp Duty (BSD) and Special Stamp Duty (SSD).

If a Hong Kong Permanent Resident already owns a residential property in Hong Kong, they are now liable to pay the New AVSD of 15% when acquiring a second residential property, regardless of the price. This also applies to additional car parking spaces bought separately:

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Many Chinese and Hong Kong nationals may find this an intriguing option because of the relatively cheaper housing prices in the United States (compared to metro areas of other western countries) and the availability of coastal area properties in many country locations. However, the property market in the United States differs significantly from one place to the next.

For someone unfamiliar with the US real estate process, the process of purchasing property might be overwhelming. Likewise, buying property in the United States from China or Hong Kong may appear to be a daunting task.

China is experiencing a property bubble concerns, which was further heightened by the Evergrande issue. In contrast, US real estate investment is relatively stable and secure investment coupled with capital appreciation in USD. In addition, the EB-5 Visa program in the United States rewards larger and more prominent real estate investments for Chinese investors eager to create jobs. Chinese nationals currently account for nearly three-quarters of all EB-5 visa holders in the United States.

You can generate positive cash flows (after paying for your mortgage) in the US real estate market, making it a highly desirable investment. In addition, the property prices in the US are comparatively cheaper than central areas of other global cities, an icing on the top!

In such situations, taxpayers may deduct any expenses incurred while renting the property from their rental income and are taxed on their net rental income, including cost deductions, rather than a 30% flat rate on gross rent. To avoid being taxed 30%, a taxpayer must fill out form W-8ECI and submit it to the individual who is paying the rent.

If the property is sold for more than $300,000 but less than $1,000,000 and the buyer plans to live there, the buyer will only have to pay 10% withholding rather than 15%. If the sale results in a capital gain, you will owe US taxes, which FIRPTA tax withholdings will offset.

According to the IRS, the buyer or a member of the family must intend to live in the property for at least half of the number of days any person uses it over the first two 12-month periods after the date of transfer.

Yes, Chinese citizens can buy a house in the US. There are no restrictions on foreigners buying property in the US, and there is a large and vibrant market for people looking to invest in US real estate. In addition, the process of buying a house in the US is relatively straightforward, and there are many resources available to help foreign buyers navigate the process.

Through R+P, Hong Kong has demonstrated how integrating railway expansion with property development can help make public-transit systems financially self-reliant while also promoting sustainable urban growth. Can other cities replicate this model?

For acquisition of residential property, you are also required to pay, in addition to AVD of 15%, a BSD at a flat rate of 15% of the transaction consideration or the value as assessed by the Rating and Valuation Department, except: -

That means, a corporation or non-HKPR buying a residential property will be subject to payment of Stamp Duty at the total of 30% of the transaction consideration or the value as assessed by the Rating and Valuation Department.

While AVD and BSD are targeted at the acquisition of a property, SSD is targeted at the disposition of a property within a certain period of time. Residential properties acquired by an individual or a company on or after 27 October 2012 and resold within 36 months will be subject to the SSD, unless an exception applies. The applicable SSD rates on a property will depend on the date of acquisition of the property and the holding period of the property by the seller. Below is the relevant rate of SSD chargeable: -

2. Change of Residential PropertyBesides, if a HKPR is acquiring a new residential property with the intention to dispose of his existing residential property, he/she will still be subject to the New AVD. However, the Ordinance introduced a refund mechanism to the effect that Scale 2 Rates would be levied on the second residential property acquired by HKPR(s) who have sold the original residential property, thereby only temporarily owning two residential properties. If he can prove that the existing residential property has been disposed of within 12 months from the date of acquisition of the new property, then he/she may seek a refund of the difference between payments made according to the Scale 1 Rates and the Scale 2 Rates on the second residential property.

In this case, it is also notable that the application for refund of Stamp Duty must be made not later than 2 years after the date of the instrument under which New AVD Rate was charged, or not later than 2 months after the date of the conveyance on sale (assignment) under which the original property is transferred or divested, whichever is the later.

After the aforesaid introduction of the new Stamp Duty regime, i.e. BSD and SSD for residential properties, double Stamp Duty up to the rate of 8.5% for non-residential properties, and AVD at the rate of 15% for residential properties, it has become more and more prevalent for property buyers to purchase real property (particularly luxury residential property) by acquiring the entire issued share capital of the property holding corporation for the purpose of avoiding the payment of higher rates of Stamp Duty.

The sale and purchase of shares only attracts a total Stamp Duty of 0.2% of the amount of the consideration or of its value at the date on which the contract note falls to be executed plus a HK$5.00 fixed Stamp Duty on the executed instrument of transfer. Therefore, due to a much lower rate for the Stamp Duty compared to conveyance on sale of immovable property which is liable to pay various types of Stamp Duty as aforesaid, Stamp Duty may generally be saved by transferring the shares of the corporation holding the property rather than by conveyancing the property itself.

In relation to legal due diligence, typical aspects of the company which should be investigated during the due diligence exercise include the title and ownership of shares (Register of Members, complete chain of transfer documents (where there are previous transfers), such as original instruments of transfer, bought and sold notes and share certificates), completeness of corporate and statutory documents and records (e.g. company kit, registers, minutes book), compliance with filing requirement under the Companies Ordinance (Cap. 622) and whether the company is subject to any litigation or winding-up orders, whether the company has any assets other than the subject property. Other aspects of the company include its insurance, employment, material contracts, tenancies/leases and environment etc. should be investigated during the due diligence exercise. 041b061a72

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