An aerial view of residential properties in Tai Koo and Kornhill on the eastern side of Hong Kong Island. Photo: Winson Wong An aerial view of residential properties in Tai Koo and Kornhill on the eastern side of Hong Kong Island. Photo: Winson Wong
An aerial view of residential properties in Tai Koo and Kornhill on the eastern side of Hong Kong Island. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong tops global list of most expensive housing market again as protests make little dent

  • It takes a family 20.8 years of savings to afford a home in Hong Kong, little changed from 20.9 years in 2018, study shows
  • Ranking is unlikely to alter as unaffordability score is almost twice the scores for Vancouver and Sydney

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
An aerial view of residential properties in Tai Koo and Kornhill on the eastern side of Hong Kong Island. Photo: Winson Wong An aerial view of residential properties in Tai Koo and Kornhill on the eastern side of Hong Kong Island. Photo: Winson Wong
An aerial view of residential properties in Tai Koo and Kornhill on the eastern side of Hong Kong Island. Photo: Winson Wong
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