Hong Kong property, as an asset class, remains attractive. Photo: Sun Yeung Hong Kong property, as an asset class, remains attractive. Photo: Sun Yeung
Hong Kong property, as an asset class, remains attractive. Photo: Sun Yeung
Victoria Allan
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Victoria Allan

In a whiplash-inducing Hong Kong property market, tenants paying less are better than no tenants at all

  • Hong Kong is proving itself to be among the safest of safe havens
  • Savvy landlords understand that a willingness to compromise right now is to their benefit in the long term

Hong Kong property, as an asset class, remains attractive. Photo: Sun Yeung Hong Kong property, as an asset class, remains attractive. Photo: Sun Yeung
Hong Kong property, as an asset class, remains attractive. Photo: Sun Yeung
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