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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Pearl Liu

Pearl Liu

Based in Hong Kong, Pearl covers the property market in the city and China and follows major listed developers. She previously worked at The Straits Times and has also contributed stories to China Daily.