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

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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