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New Bespoke Service for Asian people Relocating to Ireland

New Bespoke Service for Chinese people investing in Ireland
New Bespoke Service for Chinese people investing in Ireland
​New Bespoke Service for Chinese people investing in Ireland

Five Star International is innovating yet again with a new bespoke service for Asian people relocating to Ireland and investing in Ireland.

Tina Yu has been assisting Asian investors coming to Ireland & the UK for some time; an exciting new partnership with Tina will provide Five Star clients with assistance on real estate, translation, relocation and education under one umbrella.

This new synergy will help source exceptional 5-star properties for sale and rent in Ireland and provide Chinese investors coming into Ireland and the UK with a smooth transition in terms of relocation, education and property services.

Originally from Dalian, Liaoning Province, China, Tina Yu has been based in Ireland for 20 years and became an Irish citizen this year. She has worked extensively with Chinese high-net-worth individuals investing in Ireland and the UK.

She has vast experience in providing exceptional personalised concierge service, and locating super-prime real estate. She is trusted with language education visas and other essential services to smooth transitions and complete deals.

"I am delighted to be working with Five Star International. In the past five years, many new investment families from China have settled in Ireland', explains Tina. "There are also many Chinese businesspeople, tourists and international students arriving one after another. I advise them on all the settlement details and services. This service frees them from worries before and after they enter Ireland. In recent years, new investment immigrant clients need very high-end services, such as help across all the elements of relocation from the study, work, food, clothing, housing, business and more. This allows my clients to adapt to the culture in Ireland over a shorter period."

In 2021, the goods traded between China and Ireland were valued at 22.9 billion U.S. dollars, up 27 per cent compared with the previous year. In addition, 5.9 billion U.S. dollars worth of goods were traded between the two countries in the first quarter of 2022, an increase of 14 per cent year-on-year.