City Docklands launches offices in Asia

Romesh Navaratnarajah15 Sep 2017

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The UK remains a popular destination for property investors from Singapore and Hong Kong.

London-based estate agency City Docklands Limited recently launched its Asian business, City Docklands Global, with offices in Singapore and Hong Kong.

City Docklands offers Asian investors with UK properties full management services, including professional advice on maximising yields from the property, twice-yearly property visits with a detailed update for the landlord, as well as management of payments and taxes for the property – at comparably better rates.

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“I am delighted to be opening our satellite offices in Singapore and Hong Kong to directly serve our clients and offer them even more accessibility. From finding the best deals and screening potential tenants, to picking you up from the airport and finding temporary storage for your furniture, we’ll go above and beyond just finding you a space and giving you the keys,” said City Docklands director John Murphy.

In conjunction with the opening of the new offices, City Docklands Global is offering an exclusive package whereby investors can sign up for the company’s full property management services for only 8.88 percent (VAT not included) of each property’s rent for the entire duration of the contract.

Comparably lower than current market rates of 10 to 15 percent for similar services, this rate will be guaranteed to clients who sign up before 30 September.


Romesh Navaratnarajah, Senior Editor at PropertyGuru, edited this story. To contact him about this or other stories, email


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