19-Year-Old Nana Ouyang Ready to Purchase Million-Dollar Home

Earning 80 million yuan in half a year, 19-year-old Nana Ouyang (歐陽娜娜) is already looking to purchase her first million-dollar home.

The young musician and actress was recently spotted with her mother and assistant in Beijing, where they were shopping for luxury apartments. They surveyed the area for two hours before leaving.

Despite her wealth, Nana is very conservative in her spending and would not lavishly waste her expenses. She has been spotted numerous times riding the subway for convenience.

Born in Taiwan, Nana is the niece of Ouyang Fei Fei (歐陽菲菲), a best-selling singer in Japan and Taiwan during the 80’s. Nana started learning at the age of four, including the cello at age six. When she was 12 years old, she held her first solo recital debut in the Concert Hall of Taiwan, being the youngest cellist to do so. She started her acting career in 2014, debuting in the film Beijing Love Story <北京爱情故事>.

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This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

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  1. Great, sensible girl. Dont waste your hard earn money….you can never predict what the future entails.

    1. @foodie To be fair, luxury apartments are just “speculative investments”. The pool of people who can afford them is rather small so if she is buying one for investment purposes, it’s a poor choice.

      However, if she is buying it to live in, then it’s perfectly fine as long as she is physically and mentally able to keep working to generate the cash flows to maintain the upkeep of the house.

      1. @rika Luxury apartment for investment purpose is Poor choice, LOL, I have to disagree on that. My portfolios are over 60 apartments over in 6 Countries that generator profits thru rental or sales. Not a single of my investments have been poor choice.
        Just study your market well. I am still able to sell my HK properties with very good returns in these climate. So I really have to disagree with your comment.

      2. @rika Back to the point if research is done properly, apartments can be very good investments. My money was earned from one purchased in South East Asia 30yrs ago and grew from there. I started with very little too. And I only purchase apartments not landed property.
        Thus your comment is subjective.

  2. If I made 80 mil in half a year, I would be buying multi million dollar homes. Housing in Beijing is as high as Manhattan, a million would probably get her a small studio home at best. I am doubting the real figures in this article.

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