A man wearing face mask walks past a clean woman at a downtown street in Hong Kong on February 17. The Covid-19 disease is likely to spur wider application of technology in real estate market, according to JLL. Photo: AP
Gavin Morgan
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Gavin Morgan

Lessons from Sars: How will the real estate change and respond to the Covid-19 outbreak

  • Hong Kong’s office and retail sectors are unlikely to reverse their slump soon, while demand for office in mainland China could rebound
  • The outbreak will lead to increased application of technology in real estate to enhance work safety, such as robotics, IoTs and health care facilities
A man wearing face mask walks past a clean woman at a downtown street in Hong Kong on February 17. The Covid-19 disease is likely to spur wider application of technology in real estate market, according to JLL. Photo: AP
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