Tips for buying property in Taiwan after “reunification” with China break records

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Posts about how to choose accommodation after “provincial reunification” with mainland China have gone viral in the Chinese blogosphere. The authors recommend joining the army, and then go to Taichung City to choose housing.

After the visit of the speaker of the lower house of the US Congress Nancy Pelosi, advice on investing in real estate in Taiwan “after reunification” with China has become very popular in the Chinese blogosphere. The authors of the publications urge people to boldly participate in the reunification, and then go to buy a house in the city of Taichung, an industrial and at the same time popular tourist city in Taiwan. This is reported by Vice.

In November 2021, real estate blogger “Uncle Kai from Wuhan” published an article titled “How to choose a house in Taiwan after reunification”. This article was recently republished on the QQ blogging platform. The author asked readers not to ask why he is posting this material. “This is just an article that analyzes the investment benefits of buying a house in Taiwan. The content is aimed at potential buyers,” he explained.

Amid the strained relations between Taiwan and China, especially after the landing of Nancy Pelosi's plane last Tuesday, an article with the same title on the Weibo platform became quite popular and gained more than a million views, other users reposted the post.

Advice for buying property in Taiwan after 'reunification' with China breaks records

There are several sections in the article: “Current State of Urban Development in Taiwan Province”, “Current Status of Taiwan's Housing Market” and “Which housing should I choose?”

The material presents statistical data, information about the population and GDP, provides a comparison with data for Shanghai. Lists the most popular cities in “Taiwan Province” in terms of economy and property selection. There is mention of how real estate prices have risen, with metropolitan Taipei being called the most expensive region, even more expensive than Shanghai. The pros and cons of each of the Taiwanese cities are listed. The author chooses the city of Taichung.

Find a wife or join the army

“If reunification starts, we have reason to believe that real estate prices in Taiwan will fall by more than 12%. In this case, the average price in Taichung will be about 12,000 yuan per square meter ($1,776). This is the cost of a good place in such a city with huge development potential will be very profitable,” the post reads.

After outlining investment goals, Uncle Kai asks how to buy a home at the right time, and gives two tips.

Advice for buying property in Taiwan after 'reunification' with China breaks records

First, you can join the army to forcefully resolve the conflict with Taiwan. “Once the reunion starts, feel free to participate, and then go to Taichung to buy a house,” he advised. Another option is to find a wife in Taiwan and start a small business. “When it's time to reunite, you can buy a few properties and then just wait until you get rich,” the author of the post noted.

Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan

Nancy Pelosi's flight to Taiwan has become the most tracked flight in FlightRadar24's 16-year history. It was followed by more than 700 thousand users. At the same time, in the Celestial blogosphere, the tags “Pelosi” and “World War III” have become very popular. Pages of the site began to load slowly or did not open at all when the people of China began to share their thoughts on the visit of an American official to Taiwan.

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