Village House



1. **Integration with the natural environment**: Finished village houses usually take full consideration of the surrounding natural environment and use design and building materials that are coordinated with the surrounding landscape to integrate the house with the natural environment.

2. **Simple Design**: The design of finished village houses is usually simple and practical, focusing on functionality and practicality, reducing unnecessary decoration and complex structures.

3. **Comfortable Life**: The design of finished village houses pursues a comfortable and cozy living experience, usually taking lighting, ventilation and space layout into consideration to create a livable living environment.

4. **Building Materials**: Common finished building materials for village houses include natural materials such as wood, stone, and bricks, as well as green vegetation such as lawns and gardens, creating a natural and original rural atmosphere.

5. **Outdoor space**: Finished village houses are usually designed with spacious outdoor spaces, such as courtyards, gardens, terraces, etc., for residents to use for leisure, entertainment and social activities.

6. **Sustainability**: In recent years, more and more finished village houses have begun to focus on sustainable development, using environmentally friendly and energy-saving building materials and technologies to reduce the impact on the environment.

7. This fee is only used for the project deposit. For the total project cost and related terms, please contact the offline staff later. I. The basic concept of land ownership in Hong Kong. Except for the land where St. John’s Church is located, the People’s Republic of China owns all land in Hong Kong. All land. The Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region has the power to lease or grant land for public occupation for a period of time (legally referred to as "leased land"). The Chief Executive, acting on behalf of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, may: i) grant limited-term government leases; or ii) grant limited-term licenses (usually shorter than government leases) to allow individuals or organizations to occupy government land for certain purposes. In other words, a person/organization generally referred to as a "land owner" or "landlord" actually leases land from the government, but the lease term can be very long (for example, 50 years or more). Estate agency services (along with an overview of the sale and purchase process) 

II. Estate agency services (along with an overview of the sale and purchase process) Although the seller may deal directly with the buyer, both parties usually appoint an estate agent and the transaction proceeds through the following stages: Overview of the property sale and purchase process i) The seller approaches a real estate agent/broker to sell the property (i.e., "puts a listing"), while the buyer approaches an estate agent to search for suitable properties. Both parties can appoint more than one real estate agent; ii) The buyer inspects the property and negotiates with the seller or his real estate agent; iii) The seller and buyer sign a preliminary sale and purchase agreement for the selected property, which is usually provided by the real estate agent. The buyer also needs to pay a preliminary deposit (commonly known as "detailed order"); iv) The seller and buyer each appoint solicitors. The seller's lawyer drafts a formal sales contract, which is reviewed by the buyer's lawyer. After both parties reach an agreement on the terms of the contract through their lawyers, a formal sales contract will be signed. The buyer will also need to pay an additional deposit (commonly known as a "big deposit"). The buyer's lawyer will review the title deed provided by the seller's lawyer to ensure that the title is in good condition; v) On the day of completion of the transaction (handover date), the seller delivers the property to the buyer, and the buyer must pay the balance of the property price. The buyer's lawyer drafts the transfer deed, which is reviewed by the seller's lawyer and both parties sign the transfer deed. Whether you are a seller or a buyer, you will usually come into contact with a real estate agent first, so it is necessary to know more about the services that a real estate agent provides.