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Villas still give investors home comforts

By Yu Ran | China Daily | Updated: 2011-02-21 07:33

Villas still give investors home comforts

This unoccupied house is in the Jingjin New District in Tianjin, which is said by its developers to be Asia's largest luxury villa compound. It has a vacancy rate of 90 percent seven years after it was built. (File photo, August 2010) Liu Bin / for China Daily

Despite high vacancy rates and concerns over property tax, prices continue to tempt buyers looking for a good return on their expenditure, Yu Ran reports in Shanghai.

Villas still give investors home comforts

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