The evening skyline of Hong Kong’s central business district, where months of street protests and coronavirus pandemic have alerted real estate funds to seek out bargains. Photo: Handout The evening skyline of Hong Kong’s central business district, where months of street protests and coronavirus pandemic have alerted real estate funds to seek out bargains. Photo: Handout
The evening skyline of Hong Kong’s central business district, where months of street protests and coronavirus pandemic have alerted real estate funds to seek out bargains. Photo: Handout

Investment funds eye deeper discounts, fire sales as distress mounts in Hong Kong property sector

  • A lot of capital waiting to pick up Hong Kong assets at 30 to 40 per cent discount, according to CBRE
  • Supply of distressed assets is limited, logistics properties in demand amid lockdowns

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The evening skyline of Hong Kong’s central business district, where months of street protests and coronavirus pandemic have alerted real estate funds to seek out bargains. Photo: Handout The evening skyline of Hong Kong’s central business district, where months of street protests and coronavirus pandemic have alerted real estate funds to seek out bargains. Photo: Handout
The evening skyline of Hong Kong’s central business district, where months of street protests and coronavirus pandemic have alerted real estate funds to seek out bargains. Photo: Handout
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