What is the best value location in HK for 30-40k p.m?

Reply
Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 1 2 3
  1. #21

    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Location
    a sunny un spoilt paradise
    Posts
    7,378

    I think the best advice, is for Nomads to take a look at the area's mentioned, and see what area feels the most comfortable for him, and especially his family. His family will be the ones who will be living in the area most, and i cannot stress enough, how important it is to make sure the family is happy and content within the area chosen to live.

    Sai Kung wouldnt be so popular amongst expat families with kids if it wasnt offering a lot more than many parts of HK, especially in terms of what you get for the $$$. The community there makes the area very enjoyable, having lived there ourselves for a few years, I can say that the commute time is not important. What is important is you enjoy living where you choose first, and adapt a fair and reasonable commute compromise regarding all the other lifestyle benefits.

    It might be worthwhile to type the area's that have been mentioned into some online photo websites like Welcome to Flickr - Photo Sharing or PBase.com and get a visual feel for the area's geographic orientation.

    Once Nomads is here on the ground, he can take a look first hand and get a feel for the location, and decide if its worth the commute, or not.

    Thats about all I can really say regarding this. But I still maintain that Jade Villa's and Costa Bello offer the best rental property bang for buck in Sai Kung, if the budget is 35 - 45K per month inc car parking.
    Both Villa estates have private swimming pools, Costa Bello also has right on the water front Sai Kung harbour views, you can literally fish from, and both estates have 24/7 security on site.

    Last edited by Skyhook; 13-04-2008 at 08:43 PM.

  2. #22

    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Location
    Fo Tan
    Posts
    2,389
    Quote Originally Posted by tzechuk:
    Personally I wouldn't move to Hong Lok Yuen. The houses there are old and they are actually quite run down.. plus they don't look good.
    The ones we saw there would certainly fit that description. That's why we don't live there (plus having to get to the train).

Reply
Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 1 2 3