Established in 1995, Landscope enjoys an excellent reputation with a leading position in the luxury property market in Hong Kong. It possesses the most comprehensive database of 120,000 affluent clients who form the tip top of Hong Kong's seven million populations, and a unique database of China's 2,000 billionaires.
The Landscope team comprises only the best salespeople in the industry. The average sales experience is over 13 years. With its highly respected team constantly praised for their professionalism, integrity and service attitude, the Company has set many records in Hong Kong's real estate history. In 1997, it made the record sale of Hong Kong's largest single house at HK$728.8 million (6-10 Black's Link, The Peak). In 2000, it brokered the sale of the largest purpose-built apartment for HK$162 million (The Penthouse at Aigburth, Mid-levels), setting a historical record for apartment. The following year, Landscope handled the leasing of the second largest purpose-built apartment (The Penthouse at Tregunter III, Mid-levels).
The pioneering website, www.landscope.com, is the most respected property website in Hong Kong, recognised by Web Marketing Association in the US with a Standard of Excellence award in 2009. The website incorporates many cutting-edge technologies and web solutions. The Landscope Databank, a self-developed property database featuring state-of-the-art technology, is also amongst the most advanced in the property agency industry.
The Key, a monthly magazine by Landscope mailed to over 60,000 VIP clients, has the largest circulation amongst all property related and lifestyle publications in Hong Kong. It is the first of its kind in the Hong Kong market and has been maintaining its leading position by constantly upgrading the design and contents.
The professional services arm, Landscope Surveyors, is the leading expert in business disturbance claims and statutory compensation claims. The firm has been engaged in numerous claim cases representing either the private sector or the government, and its expert opinion and methodology have been adopted by the courts in various precedent-setting legal cases. The surveyors are often employed to carry out property valuations for diversified purposes including listing valuation, mergers and acquisitions, disposal, rating, stamp duties and tax computations. They also frequently advise on investment strategies, planning approvals, development proposals and feasibility studies.