Hong Kong’s anti-extradition bill protesters setting fire to obstruct the road on Nathan Road in the Mong Kok district on 3 August 2019. Photo: Felix Wong

Lived-in home prices in Hong Kong’s battlefield districts suffer the biggest declines as protest rallies extend into their 14th week

  • The prices of lived-in homes near the Olympic subway station in western Mong Kok district, the scene of clashes between protesters and police, have declined the most since June
  • Prices in the area dropped by between 8 and 10 per cent in August, with prices in the Central Park flats plummeting by 24.3 per cent between June and July, while Island Harbourview fell 11.9 per cent
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Hong Kong’s anti-extradition bill protesters setting fire to obstruct the road on Nathan Road in the Mong Kok district on 3 August 2019. Photo: Felix Wong
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