Hong Kong is fast becoming a popular home destination among expats; with its beautiful climate, excellent facilities and generally developed and fast-paced economy, many people are migrating to and settling down in Hong Kong. The locals of course, knew this a long time ago. Hong Kong is a good place to build a home and family. For anyone trying to decide what to look for in a good Pokfulam apartments and house in order to settle down, here are some pointers:
Think Safety and Security
The security of your neighbourhood should be of the utmost concern to you since it is where you will (hopefully) be spending a lot of time. Hong Kong is clearly divided into commercial, residential and entertainment sections; most businesses are located in the commercial areas. Residential areas are usually safe as they contain mostly homes. The suburbs in particular are ideal for bringing up a family. When inspecting a house, look around at the neighbouring houses to see whether they are kept in good repair, whether they have a lot of security systems, whether the occupants seem like respectable folk. There are some streets that are openly disreputable and have a high incidence of crime – avoid these like the plague.
Think Gorgeous View
What is the point of living on an island if you cannot get a good view to go with your house? Stubbs road apartments are lucky enough to be located slightly higher than the rest of the locale, with the result that they get a view of the island and the sea from a different point of view to what everyone usually sees. If your apartment or house is not facing the sea, it is probably facing the hills that surround this area, which means the view is equally gorgeous. Several apartment blocks in this road have been designed specifically with the view in mind and therefore have good views of the vista below.
Think Convenience and Comfort
As you inspect houses and try to decide on which should be your home, think about the ease of access that that particular house will accord you. Most road apartments in Hong Kong are built on the principle that residents should be able to have the conveniences of transport within close reach.