Taiwan confirmed its place on the lifestyle and real estate frontier when it was announced that one of Asia’s largest lifestyle and property show will be staged in Kaohsiung, Taiwan over a three-day weekend period, October 30 to November. The show is the region’s only luxurious lifestyle and integrated property event, attracting local and international investors, owners and developers together with top manufacturers in lifestyle products from all over the world. It’s an international event focused on residential and commercial property sales and luxurious lifestyle products.
The exhibition aims at attracting investments from domestic as well as international investors to explore the vast opportunities and wide range of residential and commercial properties in the international real estate industry. The event’s effort in bringing real estate developers and investors under one roof is expected to generate favorable business for the participants. Besides properties, investors will be able to view the latest in luxurious lifestyle products on display
Over 80 international real estate firms and lifestyle product companies from the US, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Hongkong, China and the Middle East have expressed firm interest in attending the show, which will be held at the Kaohsiung Exhibition Centre, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, Republic of China.
“With Taiwan’s close proximity to mainland China, more and more wealthy Chinese are traveling to Taiwan and now looking at the benefits of owning a property aboard and buying the latest in luxurious lifestyle products,” said Sophie Xiao, the show’s event director. “Whether it is a holiday or retirement home, or it’s a purchase to let in a major city or simply an investment, the show will offer you the widest choice of property ever offered in Asia.” – Jan 25, 2015.
According to the China Private Wealth Report, by China Merchants Bank (CMB) and Bain & Company: “Sixty-three million Chinese have sufficient wealth to purchase international property, including 2.8 million high-net-worth individuals. Over 60% of these high-net-worth Chinese are already engaged in overseas investment, immigration or education. The key motivations for buying property overseas are for children’s education, wealth security and preparation for retirement.”
In addition to first time investors, the event will attract seasoned investors looking to increase their property portfolio. And, perhaps, add a yacht or a sports car to the inventory.
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