Hong Kong is a famous Asian business and financial hub, with a high demand for office space. Continuing demand, especially from Mainland China companies, encourages investors to open a company for rental and leasing activities in Hong Kong. A company that engages in these types of activities will act as an intermediary for the foreign company or individual looking to rent an office or a residential apartment.
A growing trend for companies in Hong Kong is the use of flexible working spaces of co-working spaces. Investors can also explore this business option by acquiring a suitable premise and turning it into an attractive co-working space for entrepreneurs and self-employed individuals.
Our agents who specialize in company formation in Hong Kong highlight the main issues to consider for those investors who wish to open a rental/lease company in Hong Kong.
Renting property in Hong Kong
Hong Kong companies that specialize in providing renting/leasing services can offer options to both corporate and individual clients. Hong Kong is a city with high demand on the residential and commercial real estate market.
The Central District in Hong Kong remains one of the most sought-after locations but also one of the locations with the highest office rent prices in an Asian city. However, those interested in renting an office in Hong Kong have different other options and a rent/lease company in Hong Kong will help its clients find a suitable office location, according to budget and other conditions.
The Special Administrative Region also has a high demand for small flats, with a strong rental market for small flats, targeted especially by young professionals who are employees in Hong Kong.
Opening a company in Hong Kong
Investors who want to open a Hong Kong company that is used for renting and leasing activities should follow the main company formation steps. These include choosing a unique business name and a suitable type of company. Moreover, the Hong Kong company must have a bank account and a registered office.
All companies in Hong Kong are registered with the Companies Registry and one of our Hong Kong company formation agents can help you during this step.
Contact us for more information and advice on how to start a company in Hong Kong.