A shop standing vacant next to one of Hong Kong’s largest chain of jewellers, devoid of customers, in Causeway Bay on 31 October 2019. Photo: Nora Tam A shop standing vacant next to one of Hong Kong’s largest chain of jewellers, devoid of customers, in Causeway Bay on 31 October 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
A shop standing vacant next to one of Hong Kong’s largest chain of jewellers, devoid of customers, in Causeway Bay on 31 October 2019. Photo: Nora Tam

Investments in Hong Kong’s offices, shops and homes slowed to a standstill as Covid-19 outbreak adds to market’s woes

  • February’s transactions fell 13 per cent from last year to 3,572 deals, the lowest monthly tally in four years, comprising both newly launched property and lived-in homes
  • On the high end of the market involving offices, shops or homes exceeding HK$100 million in value, only 17 deals changed hands last month

Topic |   Hong Kong property
A shop standing vacant next to one of Hong Kong’s largest chain of jewellers, devoid of customers, in Causeway Bay on 31 October 2019. Photo: Nora Tam A shop standing vacant next to one of Hong Kong’s largest chain of jewellers, devoid of customers, in Causeway Bay on 31 October 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
A shop standing vacant next to one of Hong Kong’s largest chain of jewellers, devoid of customers, in Causeway Bay on 31 October 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
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