Is English your second language? No nice way of phrasing that.
If you name the company here, the forum can respond with their current and maybe even future office locations.
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Let's remain on topic for the OP...
Have a look at websites such as https://www.spacious.hk/en/hong-kong, Rent / Lease Homes - Squarefoot - Hong Kong Apartments, Homes, Real Estates for Rent and of course geoexpat. Unless you want to live in a studio or a shoebox, you'll be looking at about $20k+ for HK Island. Agree with other posters to stay in temporary accommodation first, it'll give you time to find a neighbourhood you like and want to settle in. Most leases here are for two years and hard/expensive to get out of.
You can afford to pay for a serviced apartment for 3-6 months, that will give you time to settle and decide where to live. It's much better than trying to sit at your computer in the states and decide where to live. Boring answer, but I believe its the best. Myself I wrote a lot here before moving out and did a lot of research at my computer. In the end it was not worth that much in comparison to on-the-ground seeing apartments and neighborhoods.
Op should keep in mind he is going to potentially owe state and federal US taxes. If you earn more than 115k USD, you will owe federal taxes and with you keeping your house you will owe state as well (assuming you currently live in a state that collects income tax).
In any case, getting to the heart of the matter:
i see a ton of gweilo guys here dating women they couldn't've dreamed of scoring with back home. i've got no practical tips for you in this regard, but i do think you should go ahead and set your sights a little higher.