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    For a city where space is limited in Hong Kong, making effective use of space and making it appear larger than it is is a common request from homeowners. To match their lighthearted and casual lifestyle, this young couple worked with Inch Interiors to achieve their dream of a calming oasis to unwind in at their new 445-square-feet two-bedroom abode in Tuen Mun.
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    In the pursuit of a better quality of life, an increasing number of homeowners nowadays are considering turning their homes into smart homes. However, creating a smart home calls for smart decisions, and not everybody knows what to do or what to look out for. German Cheung, director of smart home solutions provider Elevant-Garde, has some useful tips to offer. To begin, he wants to reassure that smart home systems in fact don’t require a huge bandwidth on your home internet, and with the advancement in modern internet technology and the ubiquity of a WiFi network, most Hong Kong homes can easily be transformed into smart homes.
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    With COVID-19 sweeping Hong Kong, we are doing everything we can to slow down the spread of the virus. Apart from taking care of our personal hygiene and avoiding crowded spaces, indoor air quality is another area that we should pay extra attention to. A growing number of people are buying air purifiers in recent years to protect the health of themselves and their families. The increase in awareness has seen an increase in various air-purifying products—large, mini, portable and countless new bacteria-killing technology that you’ve never heard of, making picking an air purifier a daunting and confusing task for many.
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    Overseas property investment

    With the continuous expansion and integration of the Greater Bay Area, several Hong Kong banks have recently introduced new mortgage services that aim to help local clients obtain mainland mortgages or refinance their existing properties in Mainland China. As the city is in the midst of an economic downturn, some clients have been enquiring about the possibility of cashing out funds from their real estate in the Mainland for more liquidity. If you’re thinking about the same thing, here are a few things you need to know before refinancing your property.
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    Move-in guide

    In cities and places where real estate and space are a premium, the luxury of having a large wardrobe or walk-in closet are essentially a luxury. Here are some top ideas to help you maximise your wardrobe space.