When the housing market became more uncertain in the United States, I knew that I was going to have to change the way I do business as well as potentially move. I knew that the economic climate would be a very dangerous one to do business in, so I decided that I would transition to Singapore. Singapore has long been the hub of international shipping and trade. As China continues to grow into economic might, it will only continue to become more powerful. Recently, I’ve stumbled onto the belgravia villas in Singapore – which is an excellent condominium village. Real estate here has become cheaper than ever before, with the labor force being paid below what we might consider minimum wage in the United States it has allowed for their construction costs to remain very low – not to mention that they have a huge labor pool that they can freely choose from.