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London produced in 2015 about £378 billion, over 22% of UK GDP, while the economy of the London metropolitan area—the largest in Europe—generates about 30 per cent of the UK's GDP.

As of 2015 the residential property in London is worth $2.2 trillion – same value as that of Brazil annual GDP. The value of the property are still increasing.

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong has a capitalist mixed service economy, characterised by low taxation, minimal government market intervention, and an established international financial market. Excellent place for property investment.

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Tokyo has the largest metropolitan economy in the world. 51 of the companies listed on the Fortune Global 500 are based in Tokyo, almost twice that of the second-placed city. Many investor and capitalist invest real estate here.

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As Taiwan's business, financial, and technology hub, Taipei has been at the center of rapid economic development in the country and has now become one of the global cities in technology and electronics. Also, the economy continues to expand at about 5% per year, with virtually full employment and low inflation.

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Real estate, renting and business activities is a large sector in Bangkok's economy. As the economic centre of Thailand, and the heart of the country's investment and development, the property in Bangkok are valuable to investment.

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Tourism is now the largest single industry in terms of income, and as a result, Bali is one of Indonesia's wealthiest regions. The increasing number of tourist enhance the value of the property in Bali.  

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Phnom Penh

In the past few years the property business has been booming, with rapidly increasing real estate prices. Many new shopping retails have opened as well as western-style. Many international brands had opened too. Phnom Penh is coming a central of many international financial banks and shopping centers in the middle of South-east Asia lately.

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