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It’s the awful truth, but Hong Kong’s housing is one of the city’s major and most pressing problems. A lethal combination of stringent government regulations on land development, low-interest rates, and currency stability means housing demand is always on the rise. Rents consistently rank among the most expensive in the world; for the ninth year in a row, Hong Kong’s property market is rated the world’s most unaffordable by the 15th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey: 2019.
RedBox Storage CEO, Simon Tyrrell shares with ISS (Inside Self-Storage) readers on the ‘Momentum Yet Struggle in Hong Kong and Obstacles remain even as consumer demand rises’
Winter. It’s the season for so many fun things: Christmas, entertaining, snow holidays, big jackets, Chinese New Year … ah, the list goes on and on. With all that fun comes a lot of gear. For most of us, storing snowboards, skis, snow equipment and the like is simply not possible in our limited Hong Kong flats. We’re hard-pressed to find the storage space to suitably stock Christmas and Chinese New Year decorations, let alone bulky sports gear! So, how do other families manage it? They keep their things in an offsite location. We spoke to MAY TSUI, an expat who stores her stuff at RedBox Storage.
We are pleased to announce with effect from 01 September, 2019, we acquired Minibox Self Storage, a reputable self-storage business serving its clients since 2002.
It’s their first-ever trip overseas, and this Laos U16 women’s rugby team are on their way to take part in the world’s largest all-girls rugby tournament, right here in Hong Kong!