A person wearing a protective mask pushes a stroller past residential buildings near the West Kowloon station in Hong Kong, China, on Wednesday May 6, 2020. Photo: BloombergA person wearing a protective mask pushes a stroller past residential buildings near the West Kowloon station in Hong Kong, China, on Wednesday May 6, 2020. Photo: Bloomberg
A person wearing a protective mask pushes a stroller past residential buildings near the West Kowloon station in Hong Kong, China, on Wednesday May 6, 2020. Photo: Bloomberg

Hong Kong’s pre-owned home sales dry up, forcing many owners to settle for losses as capital shifts to new abodes

  • Five flats changed hands across 10 major housing estates in the city on Saturday, the lowest weekend transaction rate in six months, according to data by Midland Realty
  • A separate data set by Ricacorp Properties reported 93 sales across 50 estates last week, for the lowest rate since February

Topic |   Hong Kong property
A person wearing a protective mask pushes a stroller past residential buildings near the West Kowloon station in Hong Kong, China, on Wednesday May 6, 2020. Photo: BloombergA person wearing a protective mask pushes a stroller past residential buildings near the West Kowloon station in Hong Kong, China, on Wednesday May 6, 2020. Photo: Bloomberg
A person wearing a protective mask pushes a stroller past residential buildings near the West Kowloon station in Hong Kong, China, on Wednesday May 6, 2020. Photo: Bloomberg
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