Homebuyers seen lining up for Wetland Seasons Park project sales at International Commerce Centre at Kowloon Station on May 30. Photo: Jonathan WongHomebuyers seen lining up for Wetland Seasons Park project sales at International Commerce Centre at Kowloon Station on May 30. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Homebuyers seen lining up for Wetland Seasons Park project sales at International Commerce Centre at Kowloon Station on May 30. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong developers rush sales as buying momentum builds, while city enjoys lull before security law storm

  • Home sales more than doubled in May from April to a one-year high as pandemic restrictions are eased
  • ‘No one knows what will happen later this year as too many variables may affect the market sentiment,’ DBS says
Topic |   Hong Kong property
Homebuyers seen lining up for Wetland Seasons Park project sales at International Commerce Centre at Kowloon Station on May 30. Photo: Jonathan WongHomebuyers seen lining up for Wetland Seasons Park project sales at International Commerce Centre at Kowloon Station on May 30. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Homebuyers seen lining up for Wetland Seasons Park project sales at International Commerce Centre at Kowloon Station on May 30. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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