Shenzhen, often referred to as ‘China’s Silicon Valley’, reported a boom in home sales after being earmarked by Beijing in August last year as a new special economic zone. Photo: Xinhua Shenzhen, often referred to as ‘China’s Silicon Valley’, reported a boom in home sales after being earmarked by Beijing in August last year as a new special economic zone. Photo: Xinhua
Shenzhen, often referred to as ‘China’s Silicon Valley’, reported a boom in home sales after being earmarked by Beijing in August last year as a new special economic zone. Photo: Xinhua

Shenzhen

China’s hottest real estate market freezes over as February home sales plunge 80 per cent amid a dearth of transactions during coronavirus outbreak

  • Technology hub reports 1,667 sales of lived-in homes in February, down from 7,499 units and 10,000 units in January and December
  • Hard to see when the market will bottom out, Midland Realty says

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Shenzhen, often referred to as ‘China’s Silicon Valley’, reported a boom in home sales after being earmarked by Beijing in August last year as a new special economic zone. Photo: Xinhua Shenzhen, often referred to as ‘China’s Silicon Valley’, reported a boom in home sales after being earmarked by Beijing in August last year as a new special economic zone. Photo: Xinhua
Shenzhen, often referred to as ‘China’s Silicon Valley’, reported a boom in home sales after being earmarked by Beijing in August last year as a new special economic zone. Photo: Xinhua
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