Prices of Hong Kong’s lived-in homes have fallen 7.2 per cent in the past four months. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong tops the table as world’s most expensive housing market for 9th straight year

  • It would take on average 21 years to save enough money to buy a home in the city, according to the Demographia International Housing Affordability Study
  • In second place is Vancouver where it would take an average of 12.6 years to get on the property ladder
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Prices of Hong Kong’s lived-in homes have fallen 7.2 per cent in the past four months. Photo: AFP
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