Whether Hong Kong can hold on to the spot as the world’s most expensive place to buy a house is uncertain. Photo: Roy Issa Whether Hong Kong can hold on to the spot as the world’s most expensive place to buy a house is uncertain. Photo: Roy Issa
Whether Hong Kong can hold on to the spot as the world’s most expensive place to buy a house is uncertain. Photo: Roy Issa

Protest-wracked Hong Kong still world’s priciest housing market in 2019 as Asian cities dominate top five, says CBRE survey

  • Asian cities made up four of the top five most expensive housing markets last year, according to a report by the property consultancy
  • CBRE and Savills see Hong Kong staying at the top of the table, despite the coronavirus and the recent re-emergence of anti-government street rallies

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Whether Hong Kong can hold on to the spot as the world’s most expensive place to buy a house is uncertain. Photo: Roy Issa Whether Hong Kong can hold on to the spot as the world’s most expensive place to buy a house is uncertain. Photo: Roy Issa
Whether Hong Kong can hold on to the spot as the world’s most expensive place to buy a house is uncertain. Photo: Roy Issa
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