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Barratt Developments appoints JLL as its sales and marketing agent in HK

JLL will be tasked to promote the developer's UK homes to HK investors.

UK-based residential developer, Barratt Developments. has appointed JLL to be its sales and marketing agent in Hong Kong.

As an agent, JLL will be responsible for promoting the developer's UK homes to Hong Kong investors via numerous platforms and campaigns.

Amongst those that JLL will showcase are the schemes from Barratt London, a division of Barratt Developments, namely No 10 Watkin Road, Upton Gardens, and Hayes Village.

According to JLL, Hong Kong residents are " rekindling their passion for UK real estate investments," with many looking to invest in London.

Mandy Wong, Head of International Residential at JLL in the Asia Pacific said they are expecting "demand to be too high" for properties of Barratt Developments given its wide-range and accessible prices.

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